• We need YOU to help the next generation of students in the community for the new syllabus!
    Share your notes and trial papers on our Notes & Resources page
  • Like us on facebook here

Urgent (1 Viewer)

studiousbiatch

New Member
Joined
Feb 22, 2005
Messages
29
Gender
Female
HSC
2006
My movie is in NTSC format. all 5 copies of them. i have 1 in PAL format, but it is extremely fuzzy and has my first name on the opening menu. my teacher rang the BOS to see which formats were acceptable and they said they didnt specify except that it is "in a format that plays readily on a dvd player commonly used in Australia"- general much!?

anyway ive tested it on 3 dvd players and it has worked fine.. and testing on 2 more this afternoon...

its due tomorrow. will i be okay or should i hand in the PAL format as well, even though its blurry and has my name?
 

BradCube

Active Member
Joined
May 16, 2005
Messages
1,288
Location
Charlestown
Gender
Male
HSC
2006
I would be handing it in on PAL as well definatley. It is the format used in Australia primarily. Why is the PAL footage fuzzy? Did you shoot on an NTSC cam? If so how are you converting the footage from NTSC to PAL?

But yeah, send in the PAL copy as well just incase their DVD players and TV's do not support NTSC. You may be able to attatch a note explaining what has happened and asking them to try the NTSC disc first?
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)

Top