DVD-Cloner Knowledge Base
About DVD
DVD copy protection history
CSS Jon Lech Johansen (and his blog) DeCSS (background article only, at Wikipedia) Also since the beginning, DVDs have had the option of...
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What's the difference between first, second, and third generation DVD?
You will get different answers form different people. "Second and third generation" and the terms so on refer to DVD-Video players as...
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What's a hybrid DVD?
A hybrid DVD refers to: A disc works in both DVD-Video players and DVD-ROM PCs. More usually it is called an enhanced DVD A disc that has a...
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DVD Capacity
Generally, the different amounts of data that can be stored on a DVD depend on the following factors: 1. Single-sided, single-layered can hold 4.7...
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DVD Development History
In 1993, two high density optical storage formats have been developed, one is MultiMedia Compact Disc (MMCD) introduced by Philips and SONY, the...
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DVD General Knowledge
DVD refers to "digital versatile disc" or "digital video disc". It is an optical storage disc mainly used for video, audio and...
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The representation of the three letters DVD
Here are some proposal meanings behind DVD: Digital venereal disease: referring to piracy and copying of DVDs Digital versatile disc: a meaning...
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DVD Technology
DVD also called "digital versatile disc" or "digital video disc". It is an optical storage disc mainly used for video, audio and...
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DVD-related Issues
1. What is the Regional Code (area code) DVD Union divides the whole world into 1-6 region according to the geography, and each DVD player and...
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How to Identify Pirated DVDs
The difference between original DVDs and pirated DVDs mainly lies in digital copy and simulative copy. In picture making, the signal source of...
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DVD-R vs. DVD+R
If possible, buy a DVD burner that can burn to BOTH DVD-R and DVD+R recordable media. If your DVD writer only supports one type of DVD media, you...
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Why do a lot of new DVD releases now claim to be "Copy Protected"?
Media corporations have always used the term copy protection, but critics like Richard Stallman argue that the term tends to sway the public into...
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DVD-9 and DVD-5
There are 4 standard formats: DVD-5 holds 4.7GB and is supported by the DVD+R/RW and DVD-R/RW formats. It is also known as Single-Sided Single...
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Non-standardized DVD formats
VCD stands for 'Video Compact Disc' and basically it is a CD that contains moving pictures and sound. If you're familiar with regular audio/music...
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The Available DVD Titles
What do titles mean? Titles mean the release of movies or other productions in the video distribution industry, such as Star Wars and Snow White, or...
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