The film is distributed at
cost, currently through our offices at Oxford.
The film is available as a DVD, in PAL or NTSC format. NTSC is the format used mainly in North America, Japan and Taiwan. PAL is the format suited for Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and most other countries. See below for a list of countries sorted by format.
|£11 DVD + £3 p&p + (£2.45 VAT @17.5% if relevant) = £14 (£16.45 VAT inc.)|
1) Online: Click here to pay online via the University of Oxford secure payment site (opens in a new window).
Please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org if you experience any problems.
2) Cheque: Use the order form. Please send the cheque in Pound Sterling or add an additional equivalent of £6 (the amount that we are charged by the bank to convert).
3) Bank Transfer (BACS):
within the UK: Cut & paste and e-mail/fax the completed order form to email@example.com. You will receive (by post) an invoice with details which will enable you to make a BACS payment. If you also fax us a copy of your remittance advice (Fax: -44- (0)1865 272118) it will speed up the dispatch of the film.
from outside the UK: Our experience is that the banks both charge you to send and us to receive. The total bank charges therefore add up to slightly more than the price of the video itself (all that just to press a few buttons)! Therefore we do not offer International Bank Transfer as an option.
Languages: The film is currently in English. We would hope however to be able to produce a DVD with subtitles in several languages. If you have an adequate biological background and are fluent in any other language we would love to hear from you (see the "Languages" section).
DVD Film Cover:
If you happen to damage the film cover, you can print a new one by dowlloading the printable files below.
View image full screen: (63 Kb).
Printable jpg image (1.2 Mb)
NTSC vs PAL: which countries use what?
Below is a list of countries sorted by format (from www.terrascope.org/NTSCvsPAL.html).
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Trinidad & Tobago
United States of America
Papua New Guinea
United Arab Emirates
* France uses the SECAM format but the readers can read PAL.
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