Tag Archives: region code

DVD X Player – help you to solve the problems of the region code

Jun 24th, 2013by Boren 18,280 views |Write a Comment

There are some people who have been in doubt that why do so many free DVD Player software on the market also need to buy our DVD X Player? The answer is we are rare in the world can set playback, decoding, recording, editing, etc. which integrates playback software.

DVD X Player is the first region free/code free software DVD player in the world.

Through this DVD player software you can play all regions DVD on all DVD drives (except the Matshita DVD-RAM serials, Sony VAIO serials and Toshiba Satellite serials) even if you have changed the region code 5 times.

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DVD X Player help you decode while playing movies

Jun 18th, 2013by Boren 14,991 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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Unlock The Region Of Your DVD Player on Windows 8

May 06th, 2013by Boren 36,950 views |Write a Comment

Don’t be limited by Region Code? Please use our DVD X Player!

DVDs were brand new tech and wanting to be at the front of the technological curve, I wanted to get my hands on a DVD player. Problem was, I knew those little plastic platters had a new-fangled region lock on them, and I didn’t like it.

These days, things are much simpler. While region locks are still in full force, many players come with an Easter egg of sorts, meaning they can be unlocked at will, with just a few button presses required to work the magic. Read More »

How Does a DVD Player Work?

Mar 09th, 2012by Boren 3,433 views |Comments Off

It is nice to have pleasant memories stored on compact device and review it later for enjoyment. To record the first step your baby takes, the transition from crawling to walking, the first meaningless word that tells you a lot of definitions, etc. It is always a pleasure to aftertaste our yesterday’s memories. This can be achieved by DVD player and DVD player has become a necessary part of our life.

DVD is an optical storage disc which supports both video and audio encoding. DVD players are the tool that are used to play DVDs. It is essential that DVD players show original or equivalent output of what has been stored on the DVD. Then how does a DVD player work? Read More »

Unlock DVD Region Code to Play DVD at Anytime Anywhere

Mar 02nd, 2012by Boren 3,358 views |Comments Off

You probably find that most DVD movies are encoded with DVD region code restricting the area of the world in which they can be played. As a result, we can’t play DVD movies as we wishes, we can’t play it anywhere. So can we manage to break the restriction of DVD region code to realize the successful playback at anytime anywhere? Here, I’d like to introduce a way to unlock DVD region code.

You will find a lot when searching the DVD decrypting tool online; some are good while some can’t work as they boast. I suspect you don’t want to waste time on testing them one by one. Read More »

RPC Region Code

Feb 09th, 2012by Boren 3,429 views |Comments Off

RPCRegional Playback Control is a system used by DVD manufacturers to limit the use of DVD’s divided by geographic regions.  RPC region code is implemented on most commercial DVD’s and on most DVD players.

Older DVD drives use RPC-1 firmware, which means the drive allows DVDs from any region to play. Newer drives use RPC-2 firmware, which enforces the DVD region coding at the hardware level. These drives can often be reflashed or hacked with RPC-1 firmware, effectively making the drive region-free. This may void the drive warranty. Read More »

DVD Region Code Solutions

Jan 22nd, 2012by Boren 3,057 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 »

Why won’t the burned DVD play

Jan 03rd, 2012by Boren 2,222 views |Comments Off

It is really frustrating when you tried your every effect to burn a DVD and only to find it don not play. You edit the movie elaborately and burned it onto a DVD, but when you insert into the DVD player, it won’t play. Why won’t the burned DVD play?

Well, there may be lots of reasons, here in this article, I will list them out, so that you can fix the disks and prevent the problem in the future. Read More »

How to make my DVD-ROM / DVD Writer and Software DVD Player Region Free?

Jun 22nd, 2010by dvdxplayer 3,122 views |1 Comments

How do I make my DVD drive region free (remove region codes/country codes/zone locks)?
Use DVD Ghost to make your region locked DVD drive and your software player region free. You can also “patch” your DVD drives firmware, you find patched DVD drives firmwareshere (freeware but it may be a bit tricky and “dangerous”). Read More »

What are “regional codes,” “country codes,” or “zone locks”?

Nov 28th, 2009by dvdxplayer 3,640 views |Comments Off

Motion picture studios want to control the home release of movies in different countries because theater releases aren’t simultaneous (a movie may come out on video in the U.S. when it’s just hitting screens in Europe). Also, studios sell distribution rights to different foreign distributors and would like to guarantee an exclusive market. Therefore they required that the DVD standard include codes to prevent playback of certain discs in certain geographical regions. Read More »