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  • (uncountable) Phase Alternating Line, or Phase Alternation Line. (TV standard)
  • (countable) Programmable Array Logic.


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  • Pal mode: Switches NTSC to PAL, will freeze NTSC machines.

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  • My guide is mainly for pal-ntsc where the pal video almost always have that higher and unnatural pitch due to being speeded. most people dont notice or care about 4\% speeded up sound for ntsc-pal anyways. playing NTSC discs on PAL equipment often results in jerky / juddery artifacts, Forum

  • PAL/NTSC Conversion - The BDP-83 supports NTSC and PAL systems for both disc playback and video output.

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  • PAL: PAL is a service that provides air transportation for parcels on a space-available basis.

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  • DVD players with built-in PAL to NTSC capability include the Malata N996 or 960, and any in the Sampo line.

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  • (It was in PAL mode, and our TV equipment wouldn't play it.)

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  • The DVD will be widescreen in PAL format, and will only play on Region 2 DVD players; this means it won’t play in DVD players in the U.S. or Japan (they play NTSC format, not PAL), but most computers will play any region and any format without issue, so you’re not completely SOL (to use another acronym).

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  • I do not produce copies in PAL, though I could, but it’s just too much of a pain in the ass.

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  • The program, called PAL, also operates during the school year after class.

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  • And if you're using anamorphic PAL, which is basically stretched PAL with black lines added in post-production at the top and bottom, I'm not sure how you should capture the footage in Snapz Pro X.

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