For those gamers who like to import games or travel frequently, learning how to manually convert PS2 games between PAL and NTSC can save a lot of time and money on buying new versions of the same game. The conversion process is simple and will work with any game.
Things You'll Need
- ADR Patcher
- ISO file of the game you want to convert
- Blank DVD-R
Download and launch ADR Patcher (see Resources).
Select the browse button and find the ISO you want to convert.
Change the conversion setting to ".PS2 PAL -> NTSC PATCH ROUTINE (NO Y POS)."
Click "Begin Search." When prompted, click "Patch."
Burn the patched ISO to a DVD-R. It will now work on an NTSC television.
Tips & Warnings
- Using a higher quality DVD-R will increase the chances of a successful ISO burn.
How to Convert PAL to NTSC
PAL is part of the MPEG-2 video compression format that is commonly used in many parts of Asia and Africa. PAL videos...
How to Play PS2 NTSC Games on a PC
Some computer owners are always looking for ways to make their computers more versatile. One of the ways computer owners--especially if they...
How to Play PS NTSC-J Games on a PS2 or PS3
Japan has produced many video games for the PlayStation that have did not reach the market in North America. Many of those...