You will have no menus in the reulting project unless you create them in Nero but in most cases that isn't needed. So your not left stuck with just the seller and if they are honest and see the mistake they usually will take the product back and correct the mistakes. Due to timing differences it may not be perfect but it should allow you to watch it. Correct me if I am wrong, if you are familiar with the program? You can do this in many ways, but a simple option is introduced below. You don't need an expensive player. Some of you in this forum are familiar with my health problems which limit my ability to learn new tasks and severely limit the amount of time I can spend sitting up at a computer. You can punch codes into your player, but not all players have codes.
The only thing that causes problems is the region coding. And I am quite familiar with the program, so if you need help setting up the parameters, I can assist. But they do not affect the actual opinions and recommendations of the authors. Even so, I would still double check on a Pal only player if you can. Press the 9 button on your remote control 7.
I found the information fairly quickly and can now watch films from the United States and elsewhere. I thought that the software would get rid of the codes even for playing. I tapped in a simple handset sequence and I'm now watching cheap imported discs. Any help and suggestions will be appreciated. Enter 1, 3, 9, 7, 1, 3, 9 on the Remote. Is that's a easier way? Are your changes stored on the internet? I assume this is not a problem of region, but video standards. Didn't give him any message about a limit.
Is there some kind of adapter or something that I could buy in order to play my discs? Note that this region setting can only be changed a maximum of five times. Why do we have region codes? All computers will play them both, but Windows also pays attention to region codes and you can only change the code 5 times, the last one is final. The software that you have can do the necessary format changes. All I can say is that I've never had a problem. Perhaps you will find compatibility on newer units.
I think the reverse could be done with it. Either way I cannot get it to work, some say you will see a flash of the code, but once I hit that menu button, that's all I see, and nothing else appears when I follow through with adding or pressing any more buttons. The framerate change almost always causes a bit of jerkiness to the video. I think the reverse could be done with it. It is a fanstic machine and this will save me a lot of money and hasle. It's much easier than trying to find a new player.
Press Pause on the Remote. I went to the Bose store down the street and they told me that most high end systems such as Bose and Sony are region free. John Moved to Australia from Canada two years ago. Press Enter on the Remote. For most people if it's not dubbed and full screen it's not worth watching Europe is different, several nations are cramped together in a faily small area, and interacting with differernt languages is common. It is possible that they were encoded region free. Hardware modified players do not have the same problem.
Let us know how you get on though as we may be able to advise further. This can be done a maximum of 4 times, after which the drive is permanently locked into the current region. I have a bad habit of buying movies from amazon. Is there an inexpensive option I can take? Thanks for the warning, please correct me if I misunderstood you. Once it has been changed to the 5th Location Setting, it Stays There and You Cannot change it again: and if it is set on a Region other than Your Local Country, you can't change it back. Isn't this forum for exchanging information, not for discouraging questions from someone eager to understand the responses fully? In fact, the easiest players to unlock are at the cheaper end. You can only Change It 4 Times after you have Initially set it to Your Local Country Location.
Thanks Bob, but maybe I'm missing something or you've jumped ahead to the next step. For the most part if you have a problem with an Ebay purchase you are on your on to work it out with the seller. And yes, region-free discs do exist, I never said otherwise. There are many variables to be taken into consideration when ascertaining picture quality between two differently encoded discs, such as the source master used, the quality of the encode itself, and so on. Nothing will come on to the screen at this stage. Keep trying until you see the number 9 appear in upper left corner. But, if yours isn't and most aren't you may be able to unlock it in a matter of seconds.
Using the remote press 3, 1, 4, 1, 5, 9 4. It's a simple search engine. Press the 2 button on your remote control 3. If they falsely miss advertise a ad on - Ebay will frown upon and revoke their seller and account s. You have to do this Every Time you want to watch a different Region Video. Right click on the drive in My Computer, click 'Properties'.
Thing that I don't understand is that they claim that even if you reinstall Windows your changes are gone. Even the name brands Sony, Panasonic, etc offer multi-region players here. Either that or just watch on your monitor. If so contact Ebay and inform them of the misleading ad and have them resolve the situation and get your refund. You can adjust them as per needs or just keep the original settings. The site I have used for the last few years is called VideoHelp. Recently found out and used the code to change my dvd from region 4 to region 9 allowing me to play several dvds sent by family from overseas for the first time.