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Striding Edge DVDs are authored as “Region 0” which means they should play in all countries. However, they are filmed in PAL format not NTSC, which is the TV system used in America, Canada and Japan. This means that to play the discs in these countries you must have a television that can accept a PAL signal. Most modern televisions bought within the last five years have this facility.
Our DVD’s should also play without problem on a computer equipped with a DVD-Rom drive. Please note, however, the software that your computer uses to play the DVD’s may require you to change the TV system from NTSC to PAL. If you do this, please ensure you will have the option to change it back again from PAL to NTSC after you have watched the DVD. Failure to do this may prevent you from watching further NTSC DVD’s on your computer.
We would like to assure you that we supply our DVD’s to customers in America, Canada and Japan on a regular basis and have experienced very few problems. In the unlikely event that you do experience a problem, please use the Contact Us form.
|0||No Region Coding - compatible with DVD players from any region|
|1||United States of America, Canada|
|2||UK & Europe, including France, Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Arabia, Japan and South Africa|
|3||Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Borneo and Indonesia|
|4||Australia and New Zealand, Mexico, the Caribbean, and South America|
|5||India, Africa, Russia and former USSR countries|
|6||Peoples Republic of China|
|9||Expansion (often used as region free)|
Region codes were officially implemented to restrict the sale of titles to designated regions, so that, for example, a DVD could be released in the United States before the movie was released to the cinemas in Europe.
Many "Multi-Region" DVD players will now play all DVDs irespective of the Region code.