Re: [Videolib] DVD Region Coding

Jessica Rosner (jrosner@kino.com)
Thu, 15 Sep 2005 11:56:54 -0400

I have been told by colleagues ( after all I never watch them on my
computer) in my Mac loving office that after something like 3 switches the
Mac will lock down on the last one and not be able to switch

All Greek to me

> Hey Rick,
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> I believe that PCs are capable of playing DVDs from all regions. I would
> assume the same for Macs. Have you encountered problems? The problem may
> be in the NTSC/PAL/SECAM equation. I don't know if the average videocard
> can understand/translate all the variations.
>
> Chris Lewis
> Media Librarian/Humanities Collection Manager
> American University Library
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> Howdy:
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> How have you all handled region coding on PCs/Macs (as opposed to
> set-top players)? Have you found freeware solutions or workarounds that
> allow users access to all dvds in yoru collections?
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> Thanks,
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> Rick
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