so are they all NTSC?
paul at GROMIT.DLIB.VT.EDU
Fri Sep 23 14:49:51 EDT 2005
On Thu, Sep 15, 2005 at 02:01:07PM +0100, M Holmes wrote:
=> Rik Rx writes:
=> > The DVD's were all encoded NTSC REGION 0
=> > so (in theory) they should be playable
=> > worldwide.
=> So if we wanted to get the music copied digitally to CD for the car?
The audio is encoded as a separate stream from the video, so PAL
vs. NTSC is not an issue when just trying to extract the audio. Note,
however, audio on DVD-Video is usually encoded at a 48 KHz sample
rate, so you would have to resample to 44.1 KHz when recording it as
CD audio discs for the car. It's pretty easy to do that, though.
e-mail: paul at gromit.dlib.vt.edu
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