DVDs which are encoded as Region 4 are compatible in Australia
DVDs are encoded in MPEG format. Some newer DVD players can also play WMV, DivX, and Xvid-encoded videos.
it converts dvds or movies and picture or music vidios from u torent or CD or dvds and uploads them to iPod or .. something else
The cost of blu ray dvds ranges from about $10 to $20. This is only a few dollars more than standard dvds; however the picture quality is far superior and definitely worth the price difference.
Code free DVD players are playback devices that can ignore the Motion Picture Association of America's (MPAA's) controversial region coding program. With a code free player, one can watch DVDs encoded for any particular region (such as playing a Chinese disc in America). This effectively circumvents the Association's attempt to limit viewing based on geographic data.
Yes it does!click on the picture of the movie and it should say on top of the description "Blue-ray"
Yes, but there might be black bars across the top and bottom of the picture.
HD DVDS are DVDs that can be played on high definition TV players. The regular DVD can be played on any TV and is not in the same definition as the HD DVDs.
Blu-Ray discs are more expensive than DVDs, but Blu-Rays have louder sound than DVDs do and better picture quality. And the image of a Blu-Ray disc on an HDTV looks like you really are in the place that the screen is displaying
You can watch DVDs on any computer that has a DVD player and software for playing DVDs.
You can use DVD Copier
DVDs were invented in 1995.
You have to convert the dvds first.
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singular DVD, plural DVDs (digital versatile discs)
You need a DVD drive to rip DVDs then you may need to get software that can convert DVDs to r4d
the are standard DVD disks where data is on one side and a picture or something is on the other side (like most DVDs). Double layer means that there are 2 layers inside the disk to store data on, instead of one, which increases data capacity.
DVDs are usually encoded with a region number. North America is number 1 and Europe is region 2. In order to play a DVD, the disc and the player need to be coded as the same region. Most US DVDs therefore won't play on most English players. There are a handful of players that ignore the region code but most are third party modifications and often will not be covered by any manufacturer's warranty. Yes, you need a multi-region DVD player to solve the region code imcompatible issue.
no it wont, a upconvert DVD player will only upscale DVDs and not interfere with normal tv.
CD offers capacity of about 700MB while DVD offers about 4GB space plus better sound and picture quality
you dont have to rewind and fast forward , you can have specaial features because you use your remote to choose your options where you can't do that in vhs and the picture is better and the discs don't damage as easily as tapes and usually the picture quality is better .
Ireland is in Region 2 for DVDs, so Region 4 DVDs will not play in Ireland.
You can watch DVDs and Blu-rays on the PS3.
dvds are a type of tecnolgy that you watch through a DVD player