Tag Archives: DVD X Player FAQ

Can I play a region-coded DVD which does not match the region of my DVD-ROM drive?

Mar 19th, 2010by dvdxplayer 3,126 views |Comments Off

Yes, you can. Several years before, this couldn’t be done, but now, we can proudly say that we make it happened. Our R & D faculty – BlazeVideo R & D department brought the world with the first region free DVD player software in the worldDVD X Player. It is also a CSS free DVD player, it can also remove Macrovision (Analog Copy Protection) and UOPs (User Operation Prohibitions). With this great feature, you can change soundtracks and hide forced subtitle.

What’s more, it can also record your preferred DVD movies to MP4 format for playback on most popular portable devices like iPod/ iPhone/ PSP/ BlackBerry/ Cellphone/ Zune.

For more details, please go to our website: http://www.dvd-x-player.com/

How can I use the DVD X Player again?

Mar 17th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,504 views |Comments Off

Question: I downloaded the DVD X Player trial version from your website http://www.dvd-x-player.com/, and used it for a couple of days quite well, I want to use it again, it seems doesn’t work anymore,do I have to buy it or can you give me a extention on the trial date?

Solution: Thank you for your support for our product. In order to protect our copyright, the DVD X Player trial version have certain restrictions, you can only use it free of charge for 15 days, after that you have to purchase it from us. Please click DVD X Player to buy from us. Then you can use it for lifelong, and enjoy free update service.

What is the difference between DVD X Player Professional and Standard?

Mar 17th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,433 views |Comments Off

They differs in many functions, here are three major ones:

First, the differences lies in the time of recording, DVD X Player Standard version allows you to record DVD to MPEG2 video for 15 minutes, while the Professional version give you 30 minutes more than the Standard one, and the Pro version also have no limitation of time in MP3 recording; Read More »

How to clean and care for DVDs?

Mar 17th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,304 views |Comments Off

DVDs are read by a laser, so they are resistant to fingerprints, dust, smudges, and scratches. However, surface contaminants and scratches can cause data errors. On a video player, the effect of data errors ranges from minor video artifacts to frame skipping to complete unplayability. So it’s a good idea to take care of your discs. In general treat them the same way as you would a CD.

Your player can’t be harmed by a scratched or dirty disc unless globs of nasty substances on it actually hit the lens. Still, it’s best to keep your discs clean, which will also keep the inside of your player clean. Don’t attempt to play a cracked disc, as it could shatter and damage the player. It doesn’t hurt to leave the disc in the player, even if it’s paused and still spinning, but leaving it running unattended for days on end might not be a good idea.

In general, there’s no need to clean the lens on your player, since the air moved by the rotating disc keeps it clean. However, if you use a lens cleaning disc in your CD player, you may want to do the same with your DVD player. It’s advisable to use a cleaning disc specifically designed for DVD players, because there are minor differences in lens positioning between DVD and CD players.

Periodic alignment of the pickup head is not necessary. Sometimes the laser can drift out of alignment, especially after rough handling of the player, but this is not a regular maintenance item.

Why my movies freeze for a second sometimes?

Mar 17th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,480 views |Comments Off

As we know, some movies, especially those over two hours long or encoded at a high data rate, are spread across two layers on one side of the disc. When the player changes to the second layer, the video and audio may freeze for a moment as the laser refocuses and finds its place. The length of the pause depends on the player and on the layout of the disc. The disc producer usually tries to choose a point where the pause will be less noticeable. The pause is not a defect in the player or the disc.

I have converted a video file successfully, but I can’t play the converted file in my system, Why? I have converted a video file successfully, but I can’t play the converted file in my system, Why?

Mar 16th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,466 views |Comments Off

It is because of there is no CODEC of the converted file in your system. You should install the more CODECS, such as DivX,Xvid,MPEG2 video codec and AC3 audio codec. You can install K-Lite Codec Pack on our recommendation. It is a free software for you. You can download it form http://www.free-codecs.com/download/K_Lite_Codec_Pack.htm .

What video standard(NTSC/PAL) does my country use?

Mar 16th, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,494 views |Comments Off

If you’re in North America, Japan, Korea, the Philippines and parts of South America, you use NTSC. Most other areas of the world use PAL .

What are the copy protection issues?

Mar 14th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,710 views |Comments Off

CPSA (content protection system architecture) is the name given to the overall framework for security and access control across the entire DVD family. Developed by the4C entity (Intel, IBM, Matsushita, and Toshiba) in cooperation with the Copy Protection Technical Working Group (CPTWG), it covers encryption, watermarking, protection of analog and digital outputs, and so on. There are many forms of content protection that apply to DVD? Read More »

What is VCD?

Mar 14th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,439 views |Comments Off

The word VCD stands for “Video Compact Disc” . It is a CD that contains moving pictures and sound. If you’re familiar with regular audio/music CDs, then you will know what a VCD looks like. A VCD has the capacity to hold up to 74/80 minutes on 650MB/700MB CDs respectively of full-motion video along with quality stereo sound. Read More »

When using CloneDVD, how can I get the subtitle of the DVD which I want in the final output file?

Mar 12th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,216 views |Comments Off

Before you start copying, please check the “Subtitle” box, which can be found on the main screen of CloneDVD. It will show all the subtitles that your DVD has. You can select one of them you like for ripping.