I was bored look what I did to my DVD!!

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  1. Mirrorlure7M

    Mirrorlure7M OT Supporter

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    http://www.nerd-out.com/darrenk/Shinco/APEX500Apatch.htm I did that and it sure did work I have that loophole opinion now and it is pretty cool I have Region ID, CSS,Macrovision,Automute, and Dither. It is really cool I Just have to figure out what they do.. I think the Region ID is so I can Play any DVD around the world.. Does anyone know what those things mean???
     
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    Link doesnt work. :dunno:
     
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    Yes, DVD's are region encoded. That region menu allows you to play dvd's from different regions, which would otherwise not work on your dvd player, because in general, and in your case, your dvd player was built to be region specific. That loophole allows you to change the region as you feel necessary.
     
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    The Macrovision probably turns Macrovision copy protection off so you can record the DVDs onto VHS tapes. If you record DVDs with most DVD players the recording is "scrambled" by Macrovision so the picture fades in and out and such. That sounds like a cool trick to do to your DVD player.
     
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    I actually seen that fading shit. Pretty crappy. My dvd player of that kind broke last week and I'm not home so I can't try to fix it :(
     

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