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  1. MrClean

    Help converting PAL to NTSC when burning DL DVDs

    I found a great tutorial at videohelp called 'Converting a PAL DVD to NTSC DVD using CCE' Thanks mmalves!
  2. MrClean

    Help converting PAL to NTSC when burning DL DVDs

    Hi Pain_Man, I'm glad someone else knows what I mean with the whole conversion thing. Thanks for the info on Blaze Media Pro. I'll have to check it out. I have a 3.4GHz Machine now with 1GB of RAM, so it may take a while. Does Blaze come with instructions? Thanks again. I'll let you know how it goes.
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    Help converting PAL to NTSC when burning DL DVDs

    Thanks mmalves! I saw Precoder 3, but was curious if the older version was still available. I am goinf to be trying one of the suggestions from the site you gave me last night too - thanks again!
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    Help converting PAL to NTSC when burning DL DVDs

    Thanks blutach. Actually, I think the whole DVD market is backward with its Regions and PAL vs. NTSC. There are a ton on films I wopuld love to buy and watch that are in PAL format and it just makes it a little tougher, but I digress... I'm having a hard time finding 'Procoder 2'. Does anyone have a link?
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    Piecing together a DVD

    Hello again. I have several DVDs I made of recordings directly from TV. Many of the episodes are in the wrong order or several different shows are on one disk. Does anyone know of a good tutorial that discusses how to take the Titles or Chapters you want from several disks and rearrange them before the final burn on another DVD? Also, I would like to know if there is any good information on how to make my own DVD menu that will actually work properly. Thanks for anything you can tell me. Mike - aka MrClean.
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    Help Burning DL DVDs

    By the way, only use Verbatim DVD+R DL media (it's the only good one), and burn at 2.4x for best results. I bought some Memorex DVD+R DL already. Do you think I should return them?
  7. MrClean

    Help converting PAL to NTSC when burning DL DVDs

    Thanks again mmalves - I'll check out that site.
  8. MrClean

    Help Burning DL DVDs

    Thanks for your response! I know the disks can't be protected and I have looked through the Guides section. I was just a little nervous about trying dual-layer since it is brand new to me. I would also like to preserve the menus, subtitles, extras, and anamorphic widescreen if possible. Thanks again - Mike.
  9. Hello, I have several DVDs that are in dual-layer PAL format that I can only watch on my computer or on a portable DVD player that I can hook-up to my TV. I would like to make back-ups of these discs for two reasons 1) I have 3 kids who have destroyed previous disks, and 2) I would like to convert the DVDs to NTSC format so I can watch them on my higher-end equipment instead of just the two choices. If someone has done this before I would appreciate any advice or help you were willing to offer. Would someone mind sending me a How-To guide or Instructions? I have a seperate post regarding the proper way to burn backups of a dual-layer DVD onto another dual-layer DVD. Thanks for your time! Mike - aka MrClean.
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    Help Burning DL DVDs

    Hello. I Just got a Dual-Layer DVD burner and would like to make backup copies of some of my more prized DVDs - many of which are dual-layer. Would someone mind sending me a How-To guide or Instructions, so I don't end up making a bunch of expensive coasters? I have burned several using DVD Shrink and Nero onto DVD-R disks, but with my HDTV I would like to try and conserve as much of the quality as possible. Also, if anyone knows how to preserve the anamorphic widescreen setting (or set it) I would love to know. I will have a seperate post for a question on converting PAL to NTSC. Thanks for your time! Mike - aka MrClean.

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