Aussie PAL OK here

letitbleed

Active Member
Just been looking at www.ezydvd.com.
Was just wondering if DVD's encoded for Aussie PAL are ok in UK
 

Bone Daddy

Active Member
No problems at all,used EZY-DVD quite a few times and their service is fantastic and the prices are always nice and cheap :)
 

letitbleed

Active Member
Thanks for that, will give them a go.
What are their delivery times like ?:)
 

LV426

Administrator
Staff member
There is no problem with the TV standard used on aussie DVDs - it's identical to ours, (ie. PAL).

Australia ARE however in a different region to us. They are 4, we are 2.

The majority (but not all) Aussie DVDs have a dual (or more) region code meaning that they will play OK on unmodified Region 2 equipment. However, there ARE occasional titles that ARE single coded for R4 - in which case a multiregion player is needed.

The EzyDVD website quotes region codes from the disc packaging. In many cases, this does not tell the true story - they often quote R4 (only) when, in fact the disc includes R2.

A reliable source of accurate region information is the Australian review/comparison website....

www.michaeldvd.com.au

If you have an R2 only player - check your intended purchase out here before buying. Or, get your player modified. The savings that can be made by buying in Oz will quickly cover the cost of a region free mod, if you need one.
 

letitbleed

Active Member
Thanks Nigel ,I'm ok as I have a multi-region player.
Also thanks for clearing up the PAL issue as I was unsure as to whether it was same as here.
 

Bone Daddy

Active Member
Delivery most of the time is excellent,bettering half the suppliers in this country,I order on a sunday night and have gotten them as early as wed` - thats good going in my books.
 

GrahamC

Novice Member
Hi all, got to agree on the delivery times. One DVD I sent for got here in 4 days, amazing and I have never had one take more than a week normal 4-6 days.
 
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Squirrel God

Guest
Some Aussie disks are NTSC encoded. Only a few mind you, but in those cases the DVDs would appear to be identical to the R1 and probably are R0 encoded.
 

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