I have a friend whose bride and groom wedding film is created. No problem (some have already done). The particular in this case is that the bridegroom of Bolivia (South America) and his family comes s.der wedding could not be there. In January, the bride and groom to fly to Bolivia and then wants to show the movie (in a library where supposedly PC and beamer is available).
Now my questions: Bolivia has the NTSC television standard, the film in the original miniDV PAL 16:9. Does it make sense here the film to NTSC conversion? Even then if he s.einem PC and projector is playing? I just remembered that I can convert it in but not really control the outcome. And yet the media: DVD alone is something to me uncertain. My idea would be the movie to burn to DVD (PAL 1x) (1x NTSC) and in addition to an external 2.5 "hard drive with USB2 to transfer. Has someone already done and experience you will find this" hedging "make sense? The best would be if the bride and groom themselves like a laptop would take, but that they understandably do not want.
Thank you for your suggestions and tips Dani
Antwort von PowerMac:
(...) Even then if he s.einem PC and projector is playing? (...)
Antwort von beiti:
DVD alone is something to me uncertain. My idea would be the movie to burn to DVD (PAL 1x) (1x NTSC) and in addition to an external 2.5 "hard drive with USB2 to transfer. Has someone already done and experience you will find this" hedging "meaningful?
A multiple security I find it very useful, especially when fully open, which technology to play is available. I have been adventurous things with beamers experienced, and knows that a "Plan B", if used faster than we thought. Since the film is in 16:9, I would possibly still a letterbox version, if the projector does not 16:9-switching can (I think not, but you never know, could be synonymous to a control problem when a layman the thing to be running). The best man gives the people a clear sequence, eg: "Attempts to resume normal play PAL DVD. If this fails, take the NTSC DVD. If the picture is distorted and you can not find the switch, take the letterboxed DVD "(etc.)
Antwort von Markus:
... (1x PAL), (1x NTSC) ...
Good idea, because in Bolivia are two common standards NTSC: NTSC-M, as in North America and NTSC-N, which is in frame rate and Resolutionunserem PAL system corresponds, but the NTSC color coding uses.