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    Change Regions from Pal to NTFC???

    Hey guys,

    My girlfriend and I have DVD's that are rare and only produced in the PAL/UK format. Is there a good piece of software that will convert these so we can watch?

    Thanks!

    Sharon

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    Succeded in braking Windo TZ Veteran Dehcbad25's Avatar
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    aren't DVD looked by region codes?
    UK should be region 2 I believe, and USA is region 1.
    AnyDVD will remove the region code checker to play DVDs. I watch Japanese DVD which are also region 2. I know there are also a couple of other programs as well

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    are these to be watched on your standalone dvd player?
    if so,there's likely to be a hack for your player.
    with mine,the drawer needs to be open and then input 4 digits,
    this then takes you to the region page,
    then select region free.

    dont know if that helps any.

    ill be back soon,
    just watching some paint dry.

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    If you are still curious about this, I actually wrote a tutorial for converting from PAL > NTSC (or vice versa) on my blog:

    http://rcamp.name/blog/?p=18

    I would just copy & paste, but I have screenshots on the blog post that will be helpful. You need to rip the DVD to your hard drive for this to work; I didn't cover those steps in my tut, so if you need help with that, just let me know.

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    offtopic:
    Well the simple method would be to either fly to UK or buy a TV from there

    ontopic:
    FF's tutorial is very handy.

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