NYCB Swan Lake
Posted 25 March 2002 - 05:55 AM
It needs to sent to England (do not worry about NTSC video formats and other compatability issues - I will send you back a DVD in the American NTSC format!).
Anyone interested - please email me on email@example.com
BTW for the person who sends me it - I will put on DVD anything they want - either just send it to me or let me know what it is as I might have it.
Posted 28 March 2002 - 09:38 AM
Do you make DVD copies off of tapes? Other DVD's?
You said you could make the DVD for USA formatting (zone 1). Can you take any tape/DVD from any area and copy/format it for zone 1?
You mentioned $45 for shipping and handling. I don't mean to quibble but isn't that a bit high? I don't know how much blank DVD's cost so that may factor in (didn't even know there were blank DVD's). Should we send you blank DVD's for what we want copied?
What is the quality of the copied DVD's? Do you lose something in the duplication?
I might think of other questions. Thanks so much for the offer, Eugene.
Posted 28 March 2002 - 10:29 AM
Regarding DVD copying - there several machines that record material on to DVD - but not from DVD to DVD as there is copy right protection. You can record off the TV or video. There is no loss of quality and the sound is excellent! I am gradually putting all my videos on DVD to ensure permanant preservation.
An NTSCvvideo source can be recorded to DVD but that DVD can only be played in an NTSC compatable DVD. European PAL videos covert to PAL compatable DVD. I cannot make a European PAL video to NTSC DVD. This is not a problem for European DVD as most are NTSC compatable.
Blank one-write DVDs cost $12-15 and give about 2 hours at best quality!
Posted 28 March 2002 - 01:34 PM
Posted 05 April 2002 - 05:56 AM
It's wonderful! I can watch Balanchine Celebrations over and over without worrying about wear and tear.
Eugene, can you tell me what you have. We can definitely do some exchanges. There may be titles that we don't have in the States.
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