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07-06-2003, 08:18 PM
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I am in the UK and have PAL (25fps) DVD sources.
Do you have to use FORCE FILM with a PAL (25fps) source.
I don't think I have to but I'm not 100% sure, could someone please confirm this for me.

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Originally Posted by beany101uk
I am in the UK and have PAL (25fps) DVD sources.
Do you have to use FORCE FILM with a PAL (25fps) source.
I don't think I have to but I'm not 100% sure, could someone please confirm this for me.

Thanks in advance.
FORCE FILM is an NTSC related topic.
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07-07-2003, 06:17 AM
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Thanks, I just wanted to be sure.
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