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Burning dvds for zone 1

I have a Panasonic 160 HDD DVD burner DMR EX77. I want to create DVDs to send from Australia zone 4 to US zone 1. Is this possible?

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Re: burning dvds for zone 1

Im not sure why it would burn your disks with regions? i have a couple solutions for you.

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here is a forum post on how to make panasonic dvd players/burners region-free.


you could setup a sling box that would allow your friends to watch all the au tv they want streaming over the internet.
This would save having to burn dvd's at all for them.. they would just have real-time access to every channel.

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Re: burning dvds for zone 1

Change your region cose to zon 1 in your dvd options your alowed 3 changes

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