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Old 07-26-2009, 10:50 AM   #1
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I just recently recieved a DVD from Australia. I attempted to play it on my DVD player and the word 'err' came up. It will not play. The DVD itself says it is a DVD-R 16x. Do I have to convert it to play it. It plays just fine on my computer which is an XP. Please tell me how to convert the DVD so that it is playable in the USA DVD players. Thankyou for your time!!!!

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Info for you: http://www.digicast.com.au/videoprod...ostandards.asp

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Probably PAL instead of NTSC. If you have a computer with a DVD drive just watch it on there (you may need a region killer). If you have time, a DVD burner, and DVD authoring software, rip the DVD (still need region killer I think) and output it as NTSC.
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I think this violates copyright.
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