What is Regional Coding (area code)?

May 04th, 2010 by dvdxplayer 2,415 views |4 Comments

DVD alliance divided the world into 1-6 areas according to geographic region, and every DVD player and DVD will be locked in one area, DVD can only play in one area (the area by selling products corresponding to the region code locked ). For example: Taiwan belongs to zone 3, so the DVD you bought in the U.S. (part 1 area) will not be able to play in your

DVD player bought in Taiwan play, that is, the film lock code must be encrypted with the player (Region 1 Region 1 movie with the player, Region 2 Area 2 video with the player.) then you can watch videos smoothly!

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