PAL vs. NTSC DVD â€“ How to Convert PAL DVD to NTSC DVD From: http://www.leawo.org/tutorial/convert-pal-dvd-to-ntsc-dvd.html
"I have a PAL DVD, but I want it to burn this PAL DVD to NTSC as my DVD player plays only NTSC DVD discs. I have American blank DVDs so would it convert PAL DVD to NTSC upon burning, or would it make the DVD a PAL because of what I’m burning to it? In any case, is there a simple way to copy PAL to NTSC DVD?" PAL and NTSC are 2 main different television broadcasting systems that are used by most countries. DVD players in different countries are sold in accordance with the DVD video mode (PAL or NTSC). DVD player could only play back DVD discs that have are encoded with the same DVD video mode. Therefore, if you want to watch PAL DVD disc on NTSC DVD player, you need to convert PAL to NTSC DVD first. This guide provides a simple introduction on PAL and NTSC, and detailed solutions to convert PAL DVD to NTSC in different ways. • Part 1: PAL vs. NTSC DVD
• Part 2: Convert PAL DVD to NTSC • Part 3: Burn Video to PAL/NTSC DVD
Part 1: PAL vs. NTSC DVD NTSC is the color encoding system used by DVD players and until recently by broadcast television in North America, Japan, and most of South America. PAL is the color encoding system used by DVD players and broadcast television in Europe, most of Asia and Oceania, most of Africa, and parts of South America. For years now, DVD players (and many DVD recorders) have been built from one-size-fits-the-world kits, manufactured and assembled cheaply in China. This has actually been of tremendous benefit to the video world. These players/recorders share the same MPEG decoder chips capable of playing both PAL and NTSC video. With very few exceptions, most players sold in NTSC countries have been able to play region-free PAL for at least five or six years now (since about 2003). PAL players all play NTSC, using the PAL-60 quasi display very similar to analog Brazilian PAL. The only caveat with playing a "foreign" disc is that the disc needs to be made region-free. If your DVD disc is not region free, to play PAL DVD on NTSC DVD player, you need to convert PAL DVD to NTSC DVD and vice versa.
Part 2: Convert PAL DVD to NTSC and Vice Versa To convert PAL DVD to NTSC or vice versa, the best way is to copy PAL DVD to NTSC DVD disc, with nothing inside DVD disc changed but only altering PAL system to NTSC system. Very few DVD copy software could finish this task, but you could turn to Leawo Blu-ray Copy, a professional Blu-ray copy software and DVD copy software combo to help copy Blu-ray/DVD without quality loss. It could work as a PAL to NTSC DVD copy program to easily convert PAL DVD to NTSC on your computer, with no loss of inner content. The below guide shows you how to convert PAL DVD to NTSC DVD in detailed steps.
How to Convert PAL DVD to NTSC DVD Disc
How to Transfer NTSC ISO Image File to NTSC DVD Disc If you happen to get an NTSC DVD ISO image file and want to burn it to NTSC DVD disc, or if you only have one DVD recorder drive, the below steps would be helpful for you to copy PAL DVD disc to NTSC DVD. This section is a complement and perfection to the above guide.
Note: 1. Make sure you have set the output DVD video mode as "NTSC" (mentioned in Step 1).
2. Leawo Blu-ray Copy gets both Win and Mac versions. So if you run on a Mac, you can turn to Leawo Blu-ray Copy for Mac. This guide is applicable to both versions.
Part 3: Burn Video to PAL/NTSC DVD You could use DVD copy software to copy and convert PAL DVD to NTSC. Also, you could create PAL/NTSC DVD disc from various videos by using DVD creator programs, like Leawo Blu-ray Creator.
Leawo Blu-ray Creator could perform as a professional DVD burner to help you convert and burn video to PAL or NTSC DVD disc easily. It enables you to freely convert any video youâ€™ve captured with your smartphones and camera or videos downloaded online to DVD disc in either PAL or NTSC mode
in a few simple clicks.
How to Create PAL/NTSC DVD Disc with Leawo Blu-ray Creator
Note: 1. To burn video to PAL/NTSC DVD disc, insert a blank writable PAL or NTSC DVD disc into the
recorder drive first, set output disc type according to the inserted disc at the bottom in Step 1, set the inserted disc as target under "Burn to" option in Step 4. 2. In Step 3, you could rename titles, adjust the title position and content, text font, size and color,
load background image/video/audio, edit the content on chapter list pages, etc. 3. Leawo Blu-ray Creator has both Windows and Mac versions. The Mac versions is similar to the
Windows version in program interface and operation.
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