Question about Televison & Video
I created a VHS tape while in Japan using a camcorder that naturally used the VHS coding technology found in Japan. When I tried playing the tape on my VHS player back home in the United States it was scrambled because I understand we have a different coding technology for VHS. Is there a way to convert the tape to the American VHS coding standard? How?
The video standard in Japan is PAL while it is NTSC here in the USA. You should be able to locate a VCR than can play both. If you'd rather not purchase a new VCR, some locations that create DVDs from VHS tapes can usually also read PAL tapes.
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