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How to Make Your DVD Player Region Free?

Feb 20th, 2012by Boren 3,345 views |Comments Off

DVD players are implemented with region code. A traditional DVD player will not play discs from another region after the code setting has been changed for five times. When searching for your DVD player region free solution on the Internet, the best way is not to spend your hard-earned money. And here, I will briefly look over the solutions available to help you make your DVD player region free. Read More »

Enjoy Theater-like 5.1 Multi-channel Audio and 7.1 Multi-channel Audio

Feb 18th, 2012by Boren 3,615 views |Comments Off

5.1 multi-channel audio refers to stereo audio program intended to be monitored through six channels: five full frequency range (20Hz to 20KHz) channels intended as Front Left, Front Center, Front Right, Left Surround, and Right Surround, and one frequency limited (below 120Hz) channel for the LFE (Low Frequency Effects), or Subwoofer track. This format is also typically referred to simply as “5.1.” Read More »

How to Play WMV File on Windows Operation System?

Feb 10th, 2012by Boren 2,374 views |Comments Off

WMV, short for Windows Media Video, is a video format developed by Microsoft. The WMV format allows large video files to be reduced in size or compressed to better support use over the Internet or a network while maintaining quality. WMV files can be played by players such as MPlayer or Windows Media Player, the latter being only available for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh systems. WMV deals with all types of video content and combine an audio stream of Window Media Audio.

How to play WMV file on Window Operation System?

If you are using a computer that is running the Windows operating system, chances are that Windows Media Player can be installed on the computer, but you may reinstall the software when you double click the WMV file that you want to display and find it does not work. Read More »

Can DV File Be Played on PC?

Feb 07th, 2012by Boren 4,678 views |Comments Off

DV file refers to digital video file, which is video clip from digital video camera. When out for journey or for job, people usually take along a DV to record some splendid moments. A DV is easy to take with and easy to use. Video is the simply media to keep the precious memory. When we want to revive the journey on a computer, transfer DV file to PC and play on PC is the problem we have to face. Can DV file be played on PC? Read More »

Throw away traditional DVD player and get more featured DVD player software

Feb 03rd, 2012by Boren 2,430 views |Comments Off

dvd_x_playerA DVD player is an electronic device to play discs contained both on video and audio. From 1990, DVD has become a new digital format that changed the way you entertain yourself in your house. It mixes feature-rich software, incredible picture and quality audio. As long as DVD technology is getting advanced, it makes this format even better today.

Firstly, DVD players are traditional and use analog video connection. And soon DVD brought new dimension to the market. Component video provided more bandwidth for color resolution and required less processing from the end display. Component video offered far more detailed and vivid image. Even then, the output image quality was below the expectation of the customer. Read More »

How much do you know about DVD decoder?

Jan 30th, 2012by Boren 2,928 views |Comments Off

Suppose you have newly bought a computer recently, the chance is very high that it comes with a DVD player and drive preinstalled. But to make sure you can successfully watch DVD movies, maybe you need to get a suitable DVD decoder installed in your computer.

Though many operation systems have built-in DVD decoders, it’s better for you to understand how the DVD decoding process works, just in case you will be able to explain it to technician and able to feedback or discuss with other in forums online. It will sound cool to those who have no idea of it. Read More »

Free tips to find the best video player software

Jan 27th, 2012by Boren 2,049 views |Comments Off

Videos are now available anywhere on Internet. It is a good method to promote products or company. As long as videos are popular on Internet, a lot of companies are willing to design the best video player software that enables you watch videos faster and clearer.

If you are looking for the best video player software, here in this article, there are a few tips that may help you on how to find the best video player software. Read More »

Factors to be considered when buy a DVD player

Jan 25th, 2012by Boren 2,366 views |Comments Off

Are you looking for a new DVD player? If yes, you have to pay attention to the terms of people manufacturing, marketing and reviewing players use these days to describe their products. Terms show us the changes that taken place with DVD technology in recent years. It seems these terms sound pleased to ears, but not everyone understands the meaning behind them.

Today’s new DVD player is more than just a device for watching DVD movies, they have better output: clearer images, immersed surround sound. And new players can also play CDs and audio files, video files. You can enjoy high-resolution multi-channel music with today’s new DVD players. Read More »

DVD Region Code Solutions

Jan 22nd, 2012by Boren 3,054 views |Comments Off

Changing the region codes
Normally speaking, the moment Hollywood and the DVD producers made a decision to divide and conquer the planet with their regional codes; other people were considering methods to bypass them. And quickly there were “fixes” for both DVD players and computer DVD-ROM drives. Newer PC DVD drives usually allow the effortless changing of regional codes, but you possess a restriction of five times. Some suppliers also started to market “code-free” DVD players that could perform DVDs from any of the six regions. A few of these code-free players are able to play the video on either a PAL (Germany, most of Europe) or NTSC (US, Canada) monitor. Read More »

Is It Legal to Bypass The Region Codes?

Jan 18th, 2012by Boren 3,637 views |Comments Off

As long as DVD regional coding – also recognized as “zone locking” – exists merely for marketing purposes, and has particularly nothing to do with copyright or copy protection, so bypassing region codes can’t be regarded as illegal. Most people compare “hacking the codes” with reading a German book in Australia, Britain, the US or additional English-speaking country. If you ever legally got either the book or the DVD, it shouldn’t dispute where you read it or watch it. Read More »