No, DVDs are coded by regions. Most DVDs sold in a region will only let you watch DVDs from that region. Some DVD players will play from any region, and most will allow you to change the region once or twice and hen locks in on that region. Computer systems will normally allow you to watch any region DVD.
Check the user instructions for your DVD player to see what region it was made for.If the DVD has a Region 0 code, it can be played anywhere.
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I drive a FX45 in Germany currently so I can say this . . . No. The Infiniti navidation DVD does not contain map data for Europe. If you buy a Europe OEM DVD from Zenrin that will presumably not work either - county codes are different for the disk and your DVD reader. A solution could be to buy the Europe DVD from Zenrin and use DVD ripping software to rip the DVD's data and then re-burn it to another disk with the US country code (1), then it may work in your FX. Let me know if you try the ripping method. I drive a FX45 in Germany currently so I can say this . . . No. The Infiniti navidation DVD does not contain map data for Europe. If you buy a Europe OEM DVD from Zenrin that will presumably not work either - county codes are different for the disk and your DVD reader. A solution could be to buy the Europe DVD from Zenrin and use DVD ripping software to rip the DVD's data and then re-burn it to another disk with the US country code (1), then it may work in your FX. Let me know if you try the ripping method.
In short no. France and much of Europe use a different system for their TV's. the US use NTSC and Europe uses PAL. They are not compatible. The only way to get around it is to either copy the DVD to your computer and re-burn it in PAL format; or make sure that the person you are sending the DVD to has a multi-region DVD player.
This is for US release. It will be released in November or 2008. Just in time for holiday shoppers. Check your local DVD supplier for an exact date.
A Canadian DVD (region 1) should not work on a European DVD player (region 2). There are six DVD region codes. A DVD from region 1 (which is for the US and Canada) will not play in a player from region 2 (Europe, Japan, South Africa and the Middle East).
It is shown in many countries on TV and has also come out on DVD in many countries
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A commercial DVD purchased in the US cannot be played on a regular DVD player in Europe because of region coding. Major movie studios around the world have forced this coding on discs to allow the studios to release the movie in different countries at different times. If you burn the DVD yourself, your software may allow you to select the region coding for the new disc. You could then allow it to be played anywhere. A DVD player know as a 'region-free' player would allow any disc to be played.
No, they have not. However they have aired in Canada, and these episodes are easy to find on the internet, and you are not required to download the video; just watch it. The 3rd DVD is released May 6th, so if the episodes don't air by then, then just get the DVD, or watch rips of it on the internet. This DVD will include eps. 11-15.
Hello, dear, the region free DVD can be played on any DVD player including the us DVD player
It is going to be released and is suppose to be coming out in the US on August 31, 2010.
The DVD is coming out on 11th November 2008 !!!( in the US ) The DVD is coming out on 11th November 2008 !!!( in the US )
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yes, most DVD players have been, or can quite easily be converted to play region 1 (US) or any other region. Need to check though.
It will be out on DVD in the US on March 29th
You can buy DVD duplicators in the US that record dvds in PAL and NTSC. You can also buy TVs that allow the user to watch both PAL and NTSC. Most tv's, unless specified, will only view one or the other.
Though this may not be the only reason for a green tint, one common reason is because the DVD you are trying to play is from a foreign country. In America, all AV equipments (TV, DVD player / recorder etc) are made to play NTSC format videos that are consisted of 29.97 frames per second and have the resolution of 720 x 480 pixels. Commercial DVD movies sold on the US soil conform to this standard. DVDs from Europe and AV devices sold in Europe are for PAL format which only has 25 frames per second and the resolution of 720 x 540 pixels. You may well get a green tint if you are playing a DVD that was recorded in Europe or with an equipment made in Europe. If the DVD is not a 'commercial movie', you should be able to play it fine using computer's DVD drive.
Fanboys was released May 19, 2009 on DVD in the US.
One can purchase the DVD Alice in Wonderland from retailers such as Disney stores, Tesco and Toys 'r Us. One can also purchase online from DisneyDVD, Amazon and eBay.
US and Europe
A Wii from the US will play in Europe, but you would need to buy all the games from US as well. Each of those games is coded for a region of the world and will only work with a compatible system coded from that region. That is the same for PS3s and XBOX 360 and many DVD and Blu-Ray players.
You can watch Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stonefor free either by borrowing the DVD from somebody or waiting for it to be aired on TV. In the US it is aired on ABC Family and in the UK it is aired on ITV.