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Thread: will a PAL DVD play on my PC.

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    worldpease's Avatar always annoying
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    As you ppl know, Im in Mexico (NTSC standar), and Im almost finish downloading
    a PAL dvd, but I just found out about it being PAL.
    I have a Sony Player, a Philips DVP Divx Player, and Samsung HT'P38, and that I know,
    none of these will playa a PAL movie, so I was wondering,
    will my PC play a PAL dvd?

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    from my knowledge, PC DVD-ROMS play either PAL or NTSC.
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    PAL will work.

    It even works on most DVD players for TVs. Try it before thinking that it won't work.

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    I've played a pal dvd on my dvp642..so your philips should handle it..

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    if you want to convert it to ntsc, you can find a guide here
    http://www.videohelp.com/guides.php?...lect=4;41#4;41

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    worldpease's Avatar always annoying
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    Well, it did!
    On my PC and all the players too,
    Ooh, by the way, the movie is 'Derailed' and thought I prefer the original english
    audio, I checked the spanish audio and almost die of laughter,
    european(spain) spanish is very diferent from latin american.

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