We have burned a movie to dvd+R from our computer. When we put the disk into the player we get a screen that says Video but we cannot seem to get it to play. Cannot find the manual to assist with it either. Could you please advise?? Thanks
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Hi, Do the following step to make your DVD player region free..
1.Turn machine on without disc inside
2.Press menu button
3.Enter region code (See below for list)
4.A highlighted 'region area number' will appear in the upper left corner (some players)
5.Press 9 to change the region number to multi-regional
6.Turn DVD off
(remove power from mains)
next time when u power on the DVD ,it will be region free.
I'm assuming you bought the DVD recorder in Asia as well. US DVDs are region 1 and won't play on a player/recorder from another region without alteration. (See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dvd_regions for a description of DVD regions). There's nothing as simple as a switch unfortunately.
You may be able to find a way of altering your recorder to play all regions (region-free) but you need to be careful when doing this. Here is one person's story of this going wrong with the same model JVC.
A safer alternative may be to buy another recorder in the USA.
If DVD disc was purchase in New Zealand the region code is Region 4, if the Panasonic unit was purchase in the US it only plays DVD disc with region code "Region 1 and ALL". This information is found on the back label of the disc that has the code on the globe.
DVD-VR330: region free
1.Turn DVD player on without a disc inside
2.Hit 'MENU' on remote control
3.Enter code: 57538
4.The current region code will be displayed in the top-left corner
5.For region free press 9 (region 2 UK, region 1 US etc)
6.Power OFF and power ON
Remember your region code that displayed.Some disks sold in your area will only play if your unit is set to your region.In that case go thur process again and instead of 9 put your region number in.Need more help email@example.com.
check the menu settings or (setup) on the dvr 4000 to see if it has options to enable or disable parental lock or to change region settings to region 1.
also the dvds you made are they +r or -r on what brand dvd record disc on dvd-r this may solve the problem but use a quality brand disc like memorex dvd-r it is compatible with many players and recorders also make sure the disc you made on the recorder were finalized.
dvds are coded differently depending on which region of the world they are intended for. there are eight regions - check this link for more info;
this was a pointless idea that was supposed to limit video piracy, but only actually causes problems and increased production costs
The US is in region 1, so the problem is the settings on your dvd/vcr as to what region it is coding the discs as. You may be able to change this in one of the menus, but it may be designed for only one region code output. Check the manual - if you need a manual or have trouble then please post the make and model of your dvd vcr recorder and we can try to help
Hope this helps you :)