Toshiba DVD Player vs. VLC

12/07/2009 - 21:26 von John Sisker | Report spam
To Whom It May Concern:

I did download http://www.videolan.org/vlc in order to play PAL formats,
which works fine - well almost. It does play the Regional Codes that my
Toshiba DVD Player will not. Likewise, I am indeed limited to only 5
Regional changes with my Toshiba Player.

Now I can play the PAL format, at least on my PC - with one exception.

And that exception is, I think is really the fault of two bad discs. I think
I might have mentioned that the PAL format in question is really a 3-set DVD
of John Silver's Return to Treasure Island. Through the VLC Player, disc one
works fine. However, discs two and three not so. It tries to play the
picture, but I get garbled sound and a picture seemingly trying to build
itself as a mixture of regular video and large squares of unrelated computer
blocks moving all around the screen. I figured this is caused by faulty
discs, for disc one (and others) work just fine.

Needless to say, I don't want to try to adjust anything, for fear of messing
up ever disc one. Based on this information, do you also think the problem
is with the discs themselves?

John Sisker
jsisker@sprynet.com
(714) 536-385-
 

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#1 Matthias Berke
16/07/2009 - 16:14 | Warnen spam
John Sisker wrote:

Codes that my Toshiba DVD Player will not. Likewise, I am indeed
limited to only 5 Regional changes with my Toshiba Player.

Now I can play the PAL format, at least on my PC - with one exception.



Test the Media Player Classic (MPC) Homecinema
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t3537

Question --> VLC. No problem of the WMP


Matthias

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