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A.I region 2 time delay

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by m.d, Jun 13, 2002.

  1. m.d

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    Hi, I don't know if anyone else has noticed this but the region 2 A.I disk turns out to be shorter in length for the film, as opposed to cinema release and region 1. In certain scenes if having watched the theatrical release you may be able to notice that scenes are speeded up. This is visible at the end when the camera goes to shots while dialogue is spoken that should be in other shots. Didn't want to point them out, so not to ruin the film.
     
  2. European

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    ...erm... all other things being equal, every movie on a R2 DVD (or VHS tape or, for that matter, LD) will be "shorter" (= have a shorter runtime) than the same movie on an NTSC DVD (or NTSC tape or NTSC LD), due to PAL speed-up (approx. 4%), which in turn is due to the fact that PAL DVDs (and PAL tapes and PAL LDs) show movies at 25fps, instead of the 24fps that would be the correct speed...

    . . . :eek: . . .
     

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