Better way to convert PAL->NTSC

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by stankley, Jul 22, 2003.

  1. stankley

    stankley Guest

    I have a PAL DVD which I wish to convert to NTSC. It contains 6
    movies. I've tried using DVD2AVI feeding TmpGenC and then authoring
    the resultant MPEG's to a DVD.

    The problem is that this is horribly time-consuming (takes about 90
    mins to convert each 30min video on my 1.5GHz). Furthermore, it
    requires each of the 6 movies to be manually started - I don't see a
    way to set it up to run overnight and process all 6.

    Anyone have any suggestions for a better approach?
    stankley, Jul 22, 2003
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  2. stankley

    Chimera Guest

    sounds about right, video conversion takes friggin ages! you can create job
    lists in tmpgenc, so I'd recommend you look into that and go for the
    overnight option. Do it once, do it properly!
    Chimera, Jul 23, 2003
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