Region coding on BD-R

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by S Julty, Feb 21, 2016.

  1. S Julty

    S Julty New Member

    I'm considering the purchase of AnyDVD-HD but first, I have a question...

    One of my clients had a high resolution, video presentation created from
    his original artwork and, then had it encoded for Blu-Ray at a professional
    post production house.

    The post house burned a reference Blue-Ray disc which, he would like to
    send to the videographer who did the work for him in Germany.

    My question is twofold:

    1) Is Region coding a function of the BD burner or the encoding software?

    2) If the answer to the previous question is "yes", is it possible make a Region
    free (code 0) copy by using AnyDVD-HD?

    Any information would be greatly appreciated

    Thank you in advance,

    -Steve
     
  2. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Region lock is both a function of the drive, disc and software. Who is responsible depends on the disc type. For a DVD, the drive is responsible, for a bluray the region is stored on the DISC which should have been set during encoding stage.

    Yes anydvd can remove bluray region if you choose to do so. In this case it is imperative you choose the region of the DISC of where you got it, not your own region. For example if you live in a region A zone and import a region B bluray, to remove the region you MUST specify region B. If you pick region A you'll end up with a non functioning backup.

    Please note: bluray regions are separate from video standards (pal/ntsc).

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