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Region Code Info: Unlock DVD Region Code

Why do we have region codes?

DVD region code is a digital rights management technique mainly for controlling DVD content, release date and price by the distributors. Almost all commercial DVDs that are sold have what is called a "region code" (also called "regional code"), which only allows the DVD to be played on DVD players that have this region code, and the only DVD players that typically do have this region code are those sold in that same region.

Tip: As I'm sure you know, DVDs are coded to a region of the world. Here's how it breaks down:

REGION 1 — USA, Canada
REGION 2 — Japan, Europe, South Africa, Middle East, Greenland
REGION 3 — S.Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Parts of South East Asia
REGION 4 — Australia, New Zealand, Latin America (including Mexico)
REGION 5 — Eastern Europe, Russia, India, Africa
REGION 6 — China
REGION 7 — Reserved for Unspecified Special Use
REGION 8 — Reserved for Cruise Ships, Airlines, etc...
REGION 0, 9, or REGION ALL — Discs are unco…

How to make AVI friendly with Premiere Pro

On many forums, there are a lot of users are talking about the AVI file importing issues with Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 and CS4. Although Adobe claims that it can deal with AVI files. Unfortunately, the Premiere Pro (Premiere CC included) cannot edit with all CODEC's, and especially the delivery-only CODEC's, like Xvid and DivX (MJPEG-AVI, 3ivX-AVI included). What's the available workflow to make a smooth editing AVI files in Premiere Pro? 

In fact, it's easy to fix the issue if you end in failure or encounter some audio or video problem when opening AVI files within Adobe Premiere Pro CC, CS6, CS5 or CS4. You just need to adjust those unsupported AVI to a more editing-friendly format, such an Adobe Premiere's MPEG-2 or WMV codec. Try using Dimo Video Converter Ultimate for Mac, which can help you change AVI into a different format (e.g. VOB, WMV, FLV) with least quality loss. You should then be able to import the new file into Premiere. Besides AVI, this Mac vi…

Top solution to edit FLV in Windows Movie Maker

The FLV video format is widely used in online video sites such as YouTube and MySpace for streaming or sharing. However, there is one thing that you might struggle doing with an FLV video file and that is editing it. Especially if you’re into using Windows Movie Maker, with which FLV is not compatible. There is no way you can edit an FLV file directly using Windows Movie Maker. On the other hand, Windows Movie Maker with its smaller size and powerful functionalities is one of the most preferred tools to edit video files. Fortunately, there is the way to convert FLV file to the format that can be compatible with Windows Movie Maker for editing.

Dimo Video Converter Ultimate is an easy-to-use yet powerful video conversion tool for Windows (Windows 8/8.1 included) users. It supports creating high-quality WMV video for your WMM, no matter what's the format of your source video files. It can convert almost any video to WMV so you can import your video to Windows Movie Maker for editing.…

Can PS3 play WMV files

This is a question that many video users have been asking. PS3 stands for PlayStation 3. It is a video game console that offers you almost everything ranging from hundreds of video games, a variety of add-ons and free playable demos. It also has the ability to play several video formats. Unfortunately, it does not play WMV. You can, however, play WMV on PS3 once you have converted WMV to PS3 compatible format.

To encode/re-encode WMV to PS3/PS4 supported video formats, Dimo Video Converter Ultimate is highly recommended. A program is a comprehensive tool that helps you to convert video files (like AVIFLV,  MOV, VOB, WMV, etc.) into the specific video formats that are playable on the PS3, PS4, iPad, iPhone, Android, Xbox, Samsung TV and much more. It can meet your need of converting WMV videos to PS3/PS4 with original quality. With it, you can finish the task with only three steps. Before converting, you can crop, trim, add watermark or subtitles to the video if you want. If you'r…