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Old 03-21-2007, 09:06 PM   #11
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nevermind lol you answered the question I just didn't read close enough my mistake
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nevermind lol you answered the question I just didn't read close enough my mistake
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which program are you actually using?
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super dvd creator 9.2, it worked really well for the trial so now i'm doing the whole dvd
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you shouldt be disapointed i like it, i only find that its probabley best to use it while not online unless you have alot of ram, if you find that your audio and video go out of sinc then try running it while not online,. its basicly trial by error,. WINAVI converts the files in half the time super dvd creator does so when yourve got the hang of converting i suggest you try using that WINAVI.(only a suggestion)
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Old 03-21-2007, 09:28 PM   #16
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k, hope my audio isn't off i've been going off and online the entire time its been converting and it just popped oiut of the dvd drive so time to go test lol!
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if you have wide screen do NTSC i you have ordinary tv use pal, its asking you what output size you want you picture wide screen 16.9 or pal 4.3 standard tv
Thats wrong info mate NTSC and PAL are video standards used in different parts of the world. If you try to play a PAL disc on an NTSC screen it wont work. They also use different frame rates. You can have PAL widescreen and NTSC widescreen. Theres also another format called SECAM. Have a look here.
http://www.high-techproductions.com/pal,ntsc.htm
http://www.puremotion.com/forum/view...1cd2f700a039a0

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Thats wrong info mate NTSC and PAL are video standards used in different parts of the world. If you try to play a PAL disc on an NTSC screen it wont work. They also use different frame rates. You can have PAL widescreen and NTSC widescreen. Theres also another format called SECAM. Have a look here.
http://www.high-techproductions.com/pal,ntsc.htm
http://www.puremotion.com/forum/view...1cd2f700a039a0

Fullscreen and widescreen
http://askville.amazon.com/askville/...questId=819813
You know more about it than i do raffaz i oppoligise to hascet for that info i was under the impression what i said previous was right i had no idea of them not playing other countries sorry
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Old 03-22-2007, 07:00 PM   #19
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No probs mate, were all here to learn
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