JIM TAYLOR'S OFFICIAL DVD FAQ When DVD newcomers and the DVD community itself want answers, they go to Jim Taylor's dvddemystified.com Website. But growing legions of DVD fans clamored for more. They asked for a book that puts DVD answers at their fingertips any time, anywhere! PACKED WITH ANSWERS ON: * Equipment * Formats * Finding Easter Eggs * Running DVDs on Any Computer * Authoring * Producing * Audio and Video Hookups and Compatibility * Why Some Discs Won't Work in All Players (and Which They Will Work in) * DVD, CD-ROM, CD-RW, and Super Video Compatibility * Where to Find Hardware, Software, and Help * Charts and Tables Unique to This Book * Solutions, Solutions, Solutions, and More Solutions USERS AND REVIEWERS ON JIM TAYLOR'S DVD FAQ qThe biggest, meanest DVD FAQ out there ...q -- DVD Infomatrix qYou are an angel sent from heaven to give the rest of the world the incredible encyclopedia of knowledge that is the DVD FAQ. Thank you thank you thank you.q qThe DVD FAQ ... is a work of perfection.q qDude, your DVD FAQ is the reason I got into DVD.q qA distillation of frankly presented information on new technology, immensely beneficial to prospective users.qSmart discs also may not work on autoswitching players that recognize and match the disc region. ... Makers of player modification kits that didna#39;t work with RCE soon improved their chips to get around it. ... but only for DVD-Video (movie) discs (see DVDRegionX.com for region modifications to PS2). PlayStation has a separate regional lockout scheme for games. When it comes to DVD-ROM computers, only DVD-Video discs are affected by regional codes, not DVD-ROM discsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About DVD|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2003-07-22|