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What is SVCD?

SVCD stands for Super Video CD. A Super VCD is like a VCD but the video is stored in MPEG-2 (as in DVD).  Therefore SVCD movies can contain from 35 to 74 minutes video. The video is also stored in higher resolution, 480x480 for NTSC and 480x576 for PAL.

Where Can I Get An SVCD Player?

All CD-ROM/DVD-ROM can play SVCDs with a software DVD and SVCD Player (for example Video Player ) and many stand alone DVD Players and SVCD Players.  Also playable on compatible DVD players.

Where to find SVCD movies online to download easily?

Over 30,000,000 people using this service are downloading their favorite Movies in VCD & SVCD format. The Members Area will provide you with all the tools you need to start downloading as many VCDs, SVCDs, Videos and DVD quality movies as you can handle. Also learn about SVCD 2 DVD MPG.
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svcd to dvd mpgAbout NTSC & PAL...
This is not as confusing as you may think. Basically, there are two TV video standards, NTSC and PAL. NTSC is used in North America & Japan. PAL is common in Europe, Asia & almost everywhere else in the world. (France & former communist-bloc countries use SECAM; Brazil utilizes PALM).

Most hardware devices (DVD or VCD players) that play PAL video resolution on a NTSC monitor correctly will cut 24 lines of resolution from the top and bottom of a PAL image. Almost all our VCDs are in PAL resolution. This is usually not an issue, because not much details are lost by such truncation.
Note : NTSC has 352 x 240 video resolution and PAL's video resolution is 352 x 288. However, the PAL to NTSC video conversion / truncation problem does not exist when viewed on a PC monitor as the PC is able to display the whole image. Most TVs and DVD players are multisync now. Therefore,they can play both NTSC & PAL format. Thus you should not have any problems playing PAL VCDs on these players.

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