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Old 11 Aug 2010, 04:16 AM   #1
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Default PAL to NTSC Menu

I have a home made folder that contains all the DVD files .vob, IFO, ect. The folder is in PAL format as it came from the UK. It is a edited sporting event with 7 chapters and the menu screen comes up and alows you to select any of the 7 days. I need NTSC video so I processed the folder with Procoder 3 but the menu was not included. How do I convert to NTSC and retain the menu and its funcions?
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Old 30 Dec 2010, 05:00 AM   #2
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Smile-2 Conversion...

I use IFOEdit to make the conversion to NTSC from PAL.
The simple instructions can easily be found on the 'net...
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