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Set DVD video bitrates when ripping DVD

Aug 08th, 2011by dvdxplayer 3,669 views |Comments Off

How to easily and freely set DVD video bitrates when you are ripping the DVD movie? It’s super easy to set DVD video bitrates if the DVD ripper software you are using with a built in video bitrate calculator. Here I recommend a DVD ripper freeware which supports setting video bitrate as you wish when you are ripping your DVD movie. This DVD ripper freeware named CloneDVD from the website http://www.dvd-x-player.com/ . The operation of setting DVD video bitrate with CloneDVD is super simple. Read More »

Free Crop DVD Movie to 16:9 Aspect Ratios

Aug 06th, 2011by dvdxplayer 2,604 views |Comments Off

Are you looking for the program that will crop your DVD video to 16:9 aspect ratios when you are ripping the DVD movie? After cropping the DVD video into the 16:9 aspect ratios , you can cut off the top and bottom black side bars, and enjoy the full screen display.

Some DVDs are made in a way that is suitable for playing back on 4:3 TV. So you will get the black bars which are added at the top and bottom of the picture. If you want to display the DVD movies at full screen in order to make full use of the wide screen display, you need to crop the DVD movie to 16:9 aspect ratios. Read More »

Enjoy Dolby Pro Logic II Surround on PC with DVD X Player

Aug 05th, 2011by dvdxplayer 4,326 views |Comments Off

What is Dolby Pro Logic II?

Dolby Pro Logic II delivers convincing, natural, realistic surround sound, provides compelling 5 channel surround sound, and complements Dolby Digital 5.1 decoding.

In detail, Dolby Pro Logic II is developed to enjoy a surround listening experience from stereo content. It delivers five full-range channels (including two surround channels) which are derived from spatial cues that occur naturally in stereo recordings, soundtracks, and broadcasts. Read More »

Gets 5.1-channel Dolby Digital when Watching DVD on Computer

Aug 04th, 2011by dvdxplayer 5,893 views |Comments Off

Dolby digital 5.1 surround channels produce multichannel audio for delivering a cinematic audio experience. Dolby digital 5.1 provides rich and enveloping sound which adds impact and realism on the movie. If we can get the Dolby digital 5.1 on computer when seeing the DVD movies, we will feel we are in the cinema. Our computer will be the home theater. Read More »

Remove RCE Protection from DVD

Aug 03rd, 2011by dvdxplayer 12,077 views |3 Comments

What is RCE?

RCE, region code enhancement, is an additionally layer of protection which is designed on region 1 DVD discs to prevent users from playing them in DVD players and drives. RCE is located on the DVD title and works to confuse a multi-region DVD player or region free DVD players so that they are unable to play the DVD disc. The error message will show if the multi-DVD player cannot play the RCE protected DVD disc. Read More »

Watch DVD Movies with 16:9 Aspect Ratio

Aug 02nd, 2011by dvdxplayer 2,898 views |Comments Off

What is aspect ratio?

The aspect ratio of an image is the ratio of the width of the image to its height. The most common aspect ratios in the presentation of films in movie theaters are 1.85:1 and 2.39:1. 4:3 and 16:9 are two common video graphic aspect ratios. 4:3 is a universal video format of the 20th century. Read More »

YouTube Video Player Customization

Aug 01st, 2011by dvdxplayer 2,744 views |2 Comments

There are some ways to tell you how to customized YouTube video players. When you embed a video from YouTube you can change the size, color and other features of the YouTube video player. Here’s how:
Difficulty: Easy
Time Required: Five Minutes
Here’s How: Read More »

How to copy iDevice video recordings to your PC

Jul 31st, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,945 views |Comments Off

At a recent carshow, I used my iPhone to shoot some nice car. Later I wanted to show the videos to my kids–not on my tiny iPhone screen, but on my computer’s nice big monitor. Just one problem: how?

If you’re new to capturing video with your iPhone, iPad 2, or fourth-gen iPod Touch, you may have discovered there’s no obvious way to copy those mini-movies from your device to your PC. (Note: For purposes of this tutorial, I’m focusing squarely on Read More »

What Is Region Coding? and What Is A Code-Free DVD Player?

Jul 29th, 2011by dvdxplayer 2,345 views |1 Comments

Region coding is a controversial system enforced by the MPAA (Motion Picture Association Of America) that controls the distribution of DVDs in World Markets based on feature film release dates and other factors.

The World is divided into several DVD regions. DVD players can only play DVDs that are coded for a specific region. In other words, you cannot buy a DVD in Japan (which is in DVD Region 2) and play it on a DVD player in the U.S., which is in DVD Region 1. Read More »

3 steps to transfer RM (RMVB) videos to 3GP for your Nokia

Jul 29th, 2011by dvdxplayer 2,605 views |3 Comments

RM or RMVB is the common video format for Real Media player. But how to play these RM or RMVB files on my Nokia?

In this tip, I will introduce you how to convert RM or RMVB files into 3GP for your Nokia smart phone with only 3 steps under the help of Aviosoft 3GP Video Converter from Aviosoft, Inc. Read More »