Category Archives: Glossary & FAQs

Anything you need to know about glossary and FAQs.

Talk about DVD-R Drives

Jul 21st, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,634 views |Comments Off

Technology inevitably arrives with more questions than answers. Even as the tools available to us turn out to be more and more sophisticated, questions frequently remain about how they relate to the tools in the past, how they’re better, and how they are able to accomplish the same tasks and more.

A prime instance can now be seen almost everywhere, as personal computers are shipping with digital video disc drives rather than the more common cd drive, such as all those with DVD-R abilities similar to CD-R Read More »

How to copy protected DVD on Windows?

Jul 19th, 2011by dvdxplayer 8,829 views |1 Comments

When copying a DVD, it says the DVD is protected. Do you encounter the same trouble?

What is copy protected DVD?

As is known, the world of DVD is divided into 6 regions all over the world. Detailed information of the 6 regions is as below: Read More »

What is DVB-T?

Jun 11th, 2011by dvdxplayer 2,963 views |Comments Off

DVB-T is an abbreviation for Digital Video Broadcasting — Terrestrial; it is the DVB European-based consortium standard for the broadcast transmission of digital terrestrial television that was first published in 1997 and first broadcast in the UK in 1998. This system transmits compressed digital audio, video and other data in an MPEG transport stream Read More »

What is NTSC?

Jun 11th, 2011by dvdxplayer 8,449 views |1 Comments

NTSC, named for the National Television System Committee, is the analog television system that is used in most of North America, most of South America (except Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and French Guiana), Burma, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines, and some Pacific island nations and territories (see map). The first NTSC standard was developed in 1941 and had no provision for color television. Read More »

What Is Music Pirating?

May 17th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,132 views |Comments Off

Pirating is copyright infringement. Piracy has occured for thousands of years. The on the net Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation work and the digital Millenium Copyright acts of 1996 lay out the federal definition of piracy and the sanctions faced by people today that pirate music.

Since the start of the Interet, illegal distrubution of songs has become an issue. These sites do not charge users to obtain songs as well as aren’t authorized to distrubute the music. Read More »

Downloading TV Shows: Doing it the legal way

May 16th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,784 views |Comments Off

Forgot to arranged the recorder and missed your favored display again? You no longer have to wait for a rerun or rebroadcast weeks afterwards to catch up on missed episodes. Comparable to viewing recorded or DVR programs, viewers are turning to their computers and the internet to catch up on the most recent episodes. However, because belonging to the controversy over downloading songs from your Internet, quite a few folks wonder “is it legitimate to download tv programs”? depending on whom you request this question, the answer is mixed. From a copyright perspective, it is only considered illegal if certain rules are not followed. Read More »

Computers: The risks of Internet downloads & precautions to take

May 14th, 2011by dvdxplayer 1,785 views |Comments Off

the wonders of the Internet. That magical spot that holds solutions to questions, allows you to definitely connect with friends, analysis information, shop for gifts, and download information.

Transferring a file through the web for your personal computer is called downloading. Downloading also refers to duplicating data from one source straight for your personal computer or other programmable device. the most common types of documents downloaded are computer software applications, app updates, games, music, videos, and documents. Read More »

Why do we choose DVD X Player?

Aug 13th, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,472 views |Comments Off

Due to high definition and huge capacity, DVDs are widely welcome all over the world. I have large numbers of DVDs that contain classical movies which are favored by the people all over the world. But unfortunately, because of the region-limited some of them are not played with my DVD player. Read More »

Pan & Scan

Jun 28th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,775 views |Comments Off

Pan and scan is a method of adjusting widescreen film images so that they can be shown within the proportions of a standard definition 4:3 aspect ratio television screen, often cropping off the sides of the original widescreen image to focus on the composition’s most important aspects. Read More »

An introduction of VCD

Jun 27th, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,004 views |Comments Off

VCD (Video Compact Disc) is a CD that contains moving pictures and sound. VCD share many similarities with regular audio/music CDs. A VCD can hold up to 74/80 minutes on 650MB/700MB CDs respectively of full-motion video along with quality stereo sound. VCDs use a compression standard called MPEG to store the video and audio. Read More »