Like 3. MatshitaMemoryDump dumped nothing, so far as I can tell, and MatshitaFlasher was unable to locate or detect my drive, failing with a message about " These programs were run under both an admin and a non-admin account. I'm guessing There is an absurd warning before one starts using this app : "Zone X works only on zone free readers RPC What is the use of an application that removes zone dependene only on zone free readers???????????????????????????? The point is that once a drive has been flashed with region-free firmware, you then need software to actually change the region of the drive…for example, if a disc will not play on a drive set to "Region Free", then this program can be used to set the drive to the region of that disc.
The minimum title length in seconds by default can be modified to skip some disturbed chapters. Setting the dvd setting to open in vlc 3. It makes you think twice about buying a Mac again…. DVD Player may prompt the user to change its default region, and give a warning about the number of times this may be done before the change is permanent. Also on the PC laptops I can just buy any standard size drive and put it into the laptop. Cos at the moment its locked on region1 and im bloody in Australia!!!
It does what it does quite well and with a simple interface, but please don't confuse this function with the actual flashing of a drive with region-free firmware. Like 7. To sum : - "Region Free" drives are not region free - It is much easier to rip the movies into region-free movies whatever the drive's so-called "freedom" than to bother having so-called "free" drives plus a software to make free drives work freely.
As it says in the description: "Region X will allow you to change the region Apple DVD Player is set to [and] you will also be able to modify the left changes count. It's a subtle difference, but an important one. It's a complicated subject and I don't claim to understand it fully though I did read something somewhere that clarified the whole thing.
Suffice to say it's all down to the film industry's continuing attempts to control DVD distribution. Like 4. To sum : 1.
Do not buy a zone-free reader to overcome the zone limitation of a Mac. It won't work because the Mac has a chip that will keep requiring to respect the zone it is assigned to 2. Onymous probably a troll, to be fair will respond poorly to this reply also, but I'd like to assure anyone who's unsure: using your Mac's drive as a multi-region DVD player is possible and, once properly implemented, simple. Frankly, ignore An.
Onymous's summationshe doesn't seem to have the expertise or the knowledge necessary to make them. If anything, Region X's existence strongly suggests the oppositethe second-layer of region protection is implemented in software, not a chip. Also, I accidentally gave An. This is my last reply to this thread, simply to avoid being dragged down by a possible troll. There are several reasons why viewers opt for DVDs from different regions. These include buying titles before it s released in Australia, buying hard-to-find titles, finding different versions of certain films or simply because they are cheaper.
The reasons region codes were included on DVDs was to keep releases confined to the countries they were bought from and to protect theatrical release variations around the world. Today major films are released worldwide with a day or two of each other to prevent piracy so the region codes are often redundant. Starting with the PC the user needs to download a free utility called Remote Selector.
Users can navigate the discs menu and contents as they would a regular DVD without having to alter the region code or upgrading the firmware of the DVD drive. The technology is achieved by the way of region-locked DVD players that will play DVD discs only encoded to their region.
DVD discs are divided into 9 region code. Thereinto, region has marked on the DVD disc. But, it is not impossible.
In other words, you digitalize the DVD. The converted DVD video will have no region code limitation. To do it, please do as guidance. Go to "Profile" and press the drop-down button, then choose an output format that fits your target device from the pop-up list. Optionally, you can press the "Settings" icon as well. One more tip, you can type your target format in the searching bar directly too. Last step of all, press "Convert" to start the removing process.
Super-fast conversion speed will only take you a time that shorter than other ripping program to do it. I highly recommend this DVD region code remover.