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Dalron wrote:I suppose I should ask this at Fred's site but as so many people have now bought the product:
Is the DVD region coded i.e. region 1 DVDs are for the US and region 4 is for Australia?
(I bought a guitar DVD (30 Day Guitar Workout) from Amazon yesterday without thinking and by the time I checked the region code they had already shipped. I just hope at least one of the computers or DVD players in the house can play region 1.)
Rgalvez wrote:I received it in Peru and it works ok in my PC.
Just my two cents
greybeard wrote:...". You'll probably also see a message, telling you how many more times that the region can be changed.
"The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has warned that DVD players that enforce region coding may violate the Trade Practices Act. The government of New Zealand is also considering a similar ruling. This, supposedly, means that all DVD players sold in their territories have to be region-free."
garlandpool wrote:Alright, I talked to my Finnish buddy and he gave me a couple of links. I checked out a program that is supposed to be able to set the region and encrypt it to be region free. So, I'm pretty sure I now have a region free disc, but I don't know how to be positive of that. Does anyone know how to check to see if that's true? I know I could sent it to greybeard in Germany, but that's a lot to do to maybe then find out it didn't work.
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