Region Code

What’s the best way to Full Disc Copy of a Blu-ray Remaining the original structures

Copy Protection, Losslessly Backup Blu-ray, Region Code
Full disc copy means to help users to backup the whole contents of a Blu-ray disc remaining the original structures. Blu-ray is a new standard that is completely different from a standard conventional DVD. The structure of the disc, therefore, is vastly different from that of DVD, even though at 1.2mm the thickness is the same. The structure of a DVD is a pair of discs with a 0.6mm thickness joined together, with a recording layer known as a "reflection film" trapped in the middle. Single-sided dual layer-type DVDs have also been released and these have a non-transparent reflection layer and semi-transparent reflection layer attached together, with a transparent layer between the reflection films. The basic difference between the single-layer and double-layer structure is whether or not...

Bypassing current Blu-ray Region Codes for Playing

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Blu-ray Disc Region Coding Blu-ray has instituted a Region Coding scheme, however, it is more logical than current DVD Region Codes. For Blu-ray Discs, there are three regions, designated as follows: Region A: U.S., Japan, Latin America, East Asia (except China). Region B: Europe, Africa, Australia, New Zealand Region C: China, Russia, India, Remaining countries. However, despite the provisions for Blu-ray Disc region coding, many Blu-ray Discs are released without region coding. In this case, then you may be able to play a non-region coded disc that is released in another area of the World. Well, keep in mind that many Blu-ray Discs also contain standard resolution supplementary materials (such as making of, interviews, behind the scenes, deleted scenes, etc...) t...

Fast Backup, Copy and Rip The Magnificent Seven Blu-ray movies Windows/Mac

Blu-ray, Blu-ray to Videos, Full-Copy, Main Movie Copy, Region Code, Top Selling Blu-ray Movies Backup
This is a simple guide on ripping The Magnificent Seven Blu-ray movies in Windows and Mac for easier organizing, playing and sharing. My review on The Magnificent Seven It's not going to be an all-time classic, but it is still a very entertaining movie. I would recommend this movie to anybody who enjoys action-comedies. -Fast-paced action. Although there are breaks from the action to focus on the storyline, it always picks back up at the right moments and never disappoints. -Likeable characters. As mentioned, there is a very brief character development for the main characters, but the dialog and action provide just enough for the viewers to appreciate each character, -Humorous. On top of all of the action, this movie is also a comedy, and it lives up to its genre very well. Now...

Play BD on MPC-HC – Rip Blu-ray to H.265 MP4 for Playback on Media Player Classic (MPC-HC)

Blu-ray, Blu-ray to Videos, H.265/HEVC Codec Playback, MPC-HC, Region Code, VLC
H.265/HEVC is gradually more and more used in many camera video, 4K video and other video streaming. This article shows you how to rip Blu-ray to H.265 for playback with MPC-HC. As for software that can playback HEVC-encoded files, there are many options out there. On Windows 10, you can natively play HEVC videos in the default Films & TV app or through Windows Media Player. Alternatively, you can use VLC or MPC-HC for playback, which support older operating systems, or popular media center apps like Kodi (version 14 onwards) and Plex Media Player. If you’re running macOS or iOS, VLC is your best bet. On Android devices, you’ll be able to play back HEVC files using MX Player through software decoding if your device is fast enough, or if it is, both MX Player and the Plex app supp
How to Remove Region Code of Blu-ray Disc

How to Remove Region Code of Blu-ray Disc

Blu-ray, Region Code
In this article we will show you what is region code of Blu-ray disc and how to remove the region code so that you can wath the Blu-ray movie on any of your devices and media players as you like. What is Blu-ray Region Code? Blu-ray does not enforce region coding at the drive level. There are generally no restrictions on reading the data off of the disc even if the player and drive do not have matching regions. If the drive is a combination Blu-ray and DVD drive, however, it is possible that the drive may be RPC-2 region-locked for DVD playback but not for Blu-ray. Blu-ray region control operates in a similar way to RCE on DVD discs. The Blu-ray player software allows programs that run from the disc to query the player to determine the player region. If the region does not match t...