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SC Section 5: "4.9.3 Video Tapes (1) The Organiser of a First Category Event must give the Original/Master video tapes of the competition, together with the summary score sheets and other pertinent documentation, to the FAI Controller at the conclusion of the competition and must ensure that each delegation can purchase copies of the same."
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Available in either VHS video tape (PAL or NTSC) or DVD media (PAL only), this video contains raw unedited competition jumps (intending to include all teams and all rounds) with no music. DVDs have an XTRAS folder containing the 2004 competition rules, the draw for the compulsory rounds, and the scores. VHS video tape(s) will play the discipline by round. DVD(s) will play the discipline by round. The menu will allow easy access to any round and the next/previous chapter buttons will navigate forward/backward through the jumps. DVD(s) are PAL only and compatible with ALL REGIONs. $30.00 USD for one discipline or $75.00 USD for all three disciplines. Add $5.00 USD for shipping within the USA and $10.00 USD for international shipping outside the USA.
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Please check that your DVD player is compatible with DVDs burned on DVD-R media. Many NTSC DVD players in NTSC countries will play PAL DVDs, so check your manual and/or local electronics store.
For viewers in the United States, testing revealed that PAL DVDs work in many of the DVD players (in a price range from $50 USD to over $600 USD with few to many features) on the display shelf in electronics stores. Also, PAL DVDs will play on a computer. When playing the first DVD in a new computer, a commercial movie of your region should be played to regionize your computer to your location before you play any "ALL REGIONS" DVDs such as this one.
Care for your DVDs: When removing the DVD from its case, always press the center button to release the DVD. Never use force to remove the DVD from the case. The DVDs have no labels affixed to them nor any writing on them. The thickness of the label can interfere with compatibility with some DVD players or worse cause a DVD to not be properly balanced. Ball point pens, hard tipped writing instruments, and some markers can damage DVDs. Use only an approved marker (oil-based soft tip) only on the label identification side of the DVD. Always return the DVD to its case when done viewing.
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