I've been downloading PAL movies(I can't find them in NTSC). Is there anyway i can make them region free, so they will play in a NTSC dvd player without converting them over via a slow software program. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
The best way is to get a DVD player that will play PAL .Even then you have to rip & burn them to make them region free PAL. OrYou can rip them to an external harddrive or media player .Then play them from the harddrive strait to the television.My widescreen has a USB input I use . I don't have but some PAL burned disc that I tested with but those work. There is just not a simple way to do it.
Whoever told you that fairytale???
Regioning has absolutely nothing to do with PAL or NTSC!
Hey chef would downloaded movies even have a region ?
The only movies I download are free ones from YouTube .Usually they're xvid .avi with ocassional .mkv or h264 .No PAL ones yet & only a few with NTSC in MediaInfo.
"movies" not, but images and ISOs holding a full VideoDVD or BluRay Video Disc: yes, of course.
There are also VOD services that stream/deliver that kind of stuff with DRM and all that crap.