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Terminator 3 T-HOPE Edition — Page 4

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Originally posted by: Doctor M
Of course I could be talking out of my butt. Can anyone confirm that the PAL T3 has audio speedup?

I have no idea about audio pitching etc, so I can't answer the question.
Why should the PAL T3 audio be speedup? I mean, the original rip is from the PAL DVD. Now I made a NTSC version, so shouldn't the question be if the NTSC is slowed down?

Again, I have no idea about audio pitching, so I could be completely wrong now. But to me, it looks like the audio is in synch with the video in both the PAL and NTSC version.

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Movie films run at 24 frames per second. PAL is 25 frames a second. There are multiple ways to achieve 25 from 24.

The most common is to run the film faster resulting in a shorter movie runtime (by about 4%). What also happens is the pitch starts to go up (like fast forwarding an audio tape while listening).
In some cases they will use digital processing to correct this, but I find that to be more the exception than the norm.

Your method of using pulldown is just find for achieving synchronized audio and video, but it also has no effect on the actually run time/play speed/audio pitch.

If T3's PAL DVD release did not correct for the higher pitched audio, using pulldown flags will not correct it.
In none of these cases will the actually audio synchronization be effect.

I hope this makes more sense than my last post.

Dr. M

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Here you all go: the NTSC Version 2.0 of my T3 T-HOPE Edition.
Finally I can close this chapter and start a new one. I just quickly checked the DVD and it looks liked it works. The fancut marker is not perfect because it was transfered from the PAL to the NTSC version, but I don't care.

Go there where the demons roar!

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anybody still got the cut and can share it to me pls? 😃