kkmac,You could be right



You could be right!

All I know that on some of the DVD authoring programs, you can select a region code or you can leave it at its default which Im assuming means that you can play your final disk anywhere.

You also can select the region codes on PC DVD drives.

Also, set-top DVD players are preset to a region code based on where they are sold in the world.

All I was pointing out was another possibility of maybe why this poster was having problems. You see he said that he could play his DVD on his PC which would make sense because he burnt it on the same drive so the setting is obviously the same. He also said that HE can play it on his PS2 which doesnt deal with regional settings. When he gave it to his friend to play on his player it wouldnt work. Do you see where Im coming from?


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