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We use 625 line, 25 frames per sec with the PAL colour sub-system

 

Either send it over as an avi file that he can watch on the computer (or render himself) or use the 'PAL' settings on the render at your end to make the DVD

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thanks so much--ill give it a try.bob

 

PAL in the UK also.

 

NTSC in the USA.

 

But my dvd player said something about i can only burn

so many PAL disc before it stops or gets stuck that way.

 

Not sure whay so i dont burn them anymore

i only burn NTSC.

 

When i send to the UK i just send avi file

or data disc they can burn themself.

But they send me pal stuff and i guess

my PC is region free it plays on my

PCs dvd player.

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PAL in the UK also.

 

NTSC in the USA.

 

But my dvd player said something about i can only burn

so many PAL disc before it stops or gets stuck that way.

 

Not sure whay so i dont burn them anymore

i only burn NTSC.

 

When i send to the UK i just send avi file

or data disc they can burn themself.

But they send me pal stuff and i guess

my PC is region free it plays on my

PCs dvd player.

 

I think you are confusing "region" codes with the NTSC-PAL video system. They have nothing to do with each other. On some players you can change the region code only a certain number of times. Burning to a PAL or NTSC system should not "get stuck" on a particular system after a number of burns. When you receive a "home-burned" DVD it is region free and will play on almost any DVD player. Your DVD player is propably able to play both NTSC and PAL DVDs, which more and more players are able to do. Perhaps your friends DVD player in the UK is also able to play both systems so you don't have to worry about which system to burn. I send DVDs regularly to Germany and they have no problems with my NTSC DVDs and they in turn send me PAL DVDs which I can play on my computer and stand alone DVD players.

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We use 625 line, 25 frames per sec with the PAL colour sub-system

 

Either send it over as an avi file that he can watch on the computer (or render himself) or use the 'PAL' settings on the render at your end to make the DVD

thanks so much--ill give it a try.bob

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