Tag Archives: DVD player software

An comparison between the internal structure of CD and DVD discs

Apr 29th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,801 views |Comments Off

The minimum pit length CD 0.834um, Road spacing 1.6um.
DVD of the minimum pit length of 0.4um, Road pitch 0.74um.

Simple method to distinguish between D5 and D9

Apr 28th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,336 views |Comments Off

As some unscrupulous dealers in the market are selling D5 in the name of D9 for big profit, newbies are easily being cheated, here are several simple and practical identification method:

1) See the color of signal plane: Read More »

What should we do if we bought a defective DVD player?

Apr 14th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,745 views |Comments Off

In order to adress this issue more effectively, I will cite a friend’s personal experience and give an analysis for it.

Case narration: A couple of weeks ago I bought a DVD player. It worked for the first few times I used it but now it just won’t work at all. I took it back to the shop but the salesperson told me that as it was working when they sold it to me, the company is no longer responsible for it. Furthermore, the sales-person also implied I might have damaged it. I know I have used the DVD player properly and that I have not damaged it. What can I do? Read More »

What is the special feature of Dolby Pro Logic II?

Apr 13th, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,635 views |Comments Off

Ask: From the product description of DVD X Player, and you put that:”DVD X Player support Dolby Pro Logic II.” But I have no idea what is so special with that?

Answer: In fact, with Dolby Pro Logic II technology, when you push the play button, instead of hearing ordinary two-channel audio, you’ll find yourself enveloped in seamless, natural surround sound. It have three main features: Read More »

How to play DVD, MPEG2 in Windows/Mac/Linux?

Apr 12th, 2010by dvdxplayer 3,199 views |1 Comments

In Windows
In order to play a DVD in Windows, you need a DVD Player software, then insert the DVD in your DVD-ROM and click Play using any player like DVD X Player, BlazeDVD 5 or WinDVD.
To play MPEG2 with Windows Media Player you need a DVD Player software installed or a MPEG2 Codec. Read More »

An introduction of the relationship between DVD and Blu-ray Disc?

Apr 09th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,822 views |1 Comments

The Blu-ray Disc (BD) format, released in 2006, was developed by most of the same companies that developed DVD. It’s the new age “HD” version of DVD, where HD means both high definition and high density (more storage capacity).

Blu-ray Discs come in 25- and 50-Gbyte capacities, which can easily hold hours of high-definition video at resolutions of 1280×720 or 1920×1080 with multichannel audio tracks in compressed or uncompressed format. Read More »

How to extract capacity of more than 4G files?

Apr 08th, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,682 views |Comments Off

As the rule lies, FAT32’s single file capacity limitation is 4GB (FAT16 is 2GB, NTFS is 64GB). In other words, you can’t store a over 4G capacity file on a FAT32 formated disc. So you have to change the hard disc format to NTFS.

NTFS FAT32 conversion method:
1, Use WINXP or WIN2000 (WIN2003) system disk format
2, In WIN2000 WINXP or systems select\ NTFS format Read More »

How to remove region code/protection with DVD X Player?

Apr 05th, 2010by dvdxplayer 3,494 views |1 Comments

Ask: What procedure do I have to go in order to watch a region coded DVD disc with DVD X Player?
Answer: You don’t have to do anything special to watch a region coded DVD, because it can remove the region code automaticly. What you need to do is just insert the DVD and run DVD X Player and watch it! That’s it.

Is it time to let Blu-ray take the place of DVD?

Apr 03rd, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,675 views |Comments Off

In recent years, Blu-ray DVD and player have become a hot topic over the world. People happy for it, people expecting for it, thouhg some DVD dealers may feel their days are gone. What is it all about? Let’s ready an article which were writen by Matt Soergel from jacksonville.com and posted at April 3, 2010 – 12:25am. Read More »

How to troubleshoot Windows XP-based computer can not read CD or DVD problems? – 4

Apr 01st, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,472 views |Comments Off

Method 7: Close unnecessary software (DVD X PlayerDVD Player software)
Step 1: Restart your computer, do not start unnecessary software
NOTE: For information about how to use least driver when start Windows, please try the following link to view the Microsoft Knowledge Base articles. Read More »