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Pal or NTSC

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#1 DougB


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Posted 31 January 2009 - 10:00 PM

I am currently using a programme to download Photo's to a Video show,it is called Photo Story, in doing this I need to know whether my DVD Burner is Pal or NTSD is there a way to find this out Unfortunately have lost bookwork .When I bring up Nero to see it tells me source is ASUS DRW -1814 BL hope I have given enough info apparently picture quality relies on finding this out hoping for help


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Posted 01 February 2009 - 08:55 PM

If you're in Australia like your profile says, you'll want PAL. The DVD burner in your computer won't make much difference - it'll burn either one. PAL & NTSC refer to whether it will play properly on your TV. The american standard is NTSC, Australian standard is PAL.
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