I have a few back-up DVD's that i copied so that my kids could play with them without fear of scratching a copy, and they wont play on this system. any ideas on how to get this player to play copied DVD's?
Keep in mind that if your back up DVD's are over 80min (720mb?) they will not play on the Samsung HT-X50 - There are also a few more formats that will not play either - its on the first few pages of the instruction manual.
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Those discs have a very strong copy protection mechanism to avoid making digital copies on PC systems but some DVD players won't play them because of that, if you have the original movie, download a copy from the internet, burn it to a dvd-r disc and play it. It's perfectly legal because you already bought the movie. The downloaded copies have no copy protection and will play better than the original. The PHILIPS DVD-Home theater players are specially picky about non-standar disk like the one you're trying to watch.
if its a copy then most top end players wont play copies ? strange that the cheap ones do though, or it may be tht the copy is in a format that the player cant recognise if you havent already make sure that the format is dvd not avi mpeg etc
depending on the brand, it will not play a rewritten copy, only the 1st copy.!!!!!!!
For example I have a sony recorder it will copy anything even Copywright materials ONCE, but will not make a copy of a copy, although it acts as if it made the copy upon play back it skips certain copywright materials.
You may have to refer to your manual to see.
Your can copy the saved game file in the saved games folder of SIMS to another location so your kid need not repeat her game. Then just re-install the SIMS application and copy back the saved game file to the saved game folder of SIMS.
Most movies , on VHS , need a small decryption device to get rid of the ( Macrovision) protection, which will not let you record from VHS to DVD. I have one here that I use , works perfectly. It also decrypts from DVD to DVD , in case you need to back up a movie. Kids are allways banging DVD with scratches and it's not to copy the original & give them the copy to mess with, that way you allways have a perfect one in stock. If you ever need a converter , I have one left but works great. emailme:[email protected] if interested?