Post by Trumpy's Magic Snout on Mar 31, 2007 8:08:30 GMT -5
They are both slightly different frame rates. If you watched an NTSC copy of the film with a PAL Rifftrax it would probably drift more often. The way I noticed it was with my Simpsons DVDs. I have a couple of seasons imported from the States and the sound plays slightly slower than the British ones I have. Because of Perfect Sync Technology it probably isn't much of a problem though, just pause one every time it goes slightly off.
It always comes crashing down around your ears. At least they may have hurt their bums on my monitors.
A PAL video has more frames per second than an NTSC video. So yeah that makes the sync a little bit off between the two. Therefore (I just realized you don't get to use the word 'therefore' that much in daily conversation so I just wanted to say it), RiffTrax makes two of them.
"I had the popular Jerry Orbach hairstyle back then."
yeah pretty much all covered there. If you are watching PAL and listening to NTSC the rifftrax will fall behind, if watching NTSC and listening to PAL the rifftrax will be fast. The % I use is around 4.178% or something, it's written down at home.