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DVD X Player help you decode while playing movies

Jun 18th, 2013by Boren 14,967 views |Write a Comment

As we know the movies altogether is divided into 6 Region, the region cod problems when playing movies is a

very disappointing thing. So how can we solve the problem of the region code? First of all, we need to know what

is Region code?

DVD region code is made jointly by the U.S. eight pictures, in order to protect the rights and interests of the

regional screening at the movies. Six regions of the world, and restricted circulation of DVDS in each region

to set the film area code. In this way,each area of the theater or home users will not be able to through a parallel

input or cheap cheap CD areas, and must follow the normal pipeline, thus to ensure the rights and interests of

themselves.

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Where Can I Get a Free DVD Decoder for Windows XP?

Apr 05th, 2012by Boren 3,524 views |Comments Off

A DVD decoder is also known as MPEG-2 decoder. The contents on DVD-video are encoded in MPEG-2 format. To play these files in a player, you need a compatible DVD decoder installed on your computer to decode those codecs.

If you encounter an error message that indicates your computer is missing a codec, you are probably attempting to play, burn, or sync a file that was compressed with a code that the DVD player doesn’t contain by default. In most cases, you need to download and install a DVD decoder. Read More »