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Tandberg 3000MXP: converting from NTSC to PAL

Hi all,

I'm using Tandberg 3000MXP. Now I want to connect a recorder to system (via video out port on 3000MXP) but it only works with PAL output. I searched on Internet and there's someone that suggested this way:

Go into the boot-prompt and type the following command:

set-access qwertsys

sys-palntsc pal

res-access

xcommand boot

I'm not sure these commands are correct because I can't find them in any official document of Cisco.

Anyone can confirm this.

Thanks.


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Cisco Employee

Hi

Try following ,

https://IP address of codec /setproductversion.ssi

You will find option to change PLA / NTSC , reboot required after that .

Commnad you have mentioned are hidden commnads for codec , you will not find in admin guide .

Kind regards,

Dharmmesh

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Http:// xxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/setproductversion.ssi

xxx- Ip address of codec .

Kind regards,

Dharmmesh

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Cisco Employee

Hi Tien,

These are the following procedure to convert the device from a NTSC unit to a PAL unit :
 
          Using a serial connection:
1.     Connect the RS232 serial cable to the unit.
2.     Open a HyperTerminal (windows std. app) and connect at the correct port @ 9600baud.
3.     Reboot the codec.
4.     Hit CTRL + BREAK when the codec starts.
5.     Wait for the $-sign .
6.     Type " palntsc pal "  to change it to PAL.
 

                  Using Telnet:  Use the following hidden command to get it converted:

                  NTSC to PAL           

             1)      Telnet to the unit.

             2)      Type the following: set-acc qwertsys

             3)      Type the following: sys-palntsc pal

             4)      Type the following: xcommand boot.

                  Using Web GUI:   Use the following ip address to convert:   http://ipaddress/setproductversion.ssi

                  You will get an option to convert NTSC and PAL button.

Thanks,

Prashant Rawat