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- June 23, 2008 at 6:00 PM #41526videonoviceParticipant
I need help in a hurry as the DVDs need to be done by Wednesday (06-25-08) evening or sooner.
I have beenvideoing (vx2100)and burning to DVD High School events including Basketball games, Football games and some school functions. An exchange student is in many of these videos and I would like to give the student a copy of some of the events prior to return to their home country.
What if anything, do I need to do so they will be able to view these videos inJapan?Precise info would be appreciated. I take these videos straight from camera to a standalone video recorder at the present time and make copies with Nero 7 Ultra.
I have done no editing to date but have just purchased a new computer and Photoshop/Premier Elements to start my learning process.
I believe Japan uses NTSC encoding as well. So you shouldn’t have to do anything. Just to be safe, burn a copy of the videos in PAL and NTSC.
I think that’s the issue when making things work in other countries.
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