What does 'Video Rate' mean ?
It means average qulities of audio and video. Video Rate will be determined by several parameters such as bitrate, audio sampler and screen size.
As for audio, all the discs will be created as Dolby 5.1 or Dolby 2.0.
As for video, the numbers mean:
[Super: HDTV Rip, 9-10: TV Rip or high qualified VHS Rip, 7-8: VHS Rip, 5-6: Low quality images or noisy]
Will the discs be played on every DVD player or DVD combo drive ?
Sure. All the discs are created by region free or all regions. However, you must tell us the format of your DVD player at first because we need to make the discs compatible on yours.
There are several kinds of DVD players such as NTSC (US/Canada, Japan), PAL (Europe) and SECAM. If you have an NTSC player, PAL format discs can't be played. Therefore we need to re-encode the disc to change the format. That's the reason why we need your format.
Nowadays many players can read both PAL and NTSC types. If you have a player like it, all the discs must work on it very well.
What does 'Region Code' mean ?
Each DVD title and player have region code. This code stands for regions where the title can be played.
[Region 0 - Free, Region 1 - USA and North America, Region 2 - Europe and Japan, Region 3 - Southeast Asia and Korea, Region 4 - Australia, New Zealand and South America, Region 5 - Russia and Africa, Region 6 - China, Region 8 - Inside international airplanes or ships]
What does 'Commentary' mean ?
It means language of match commentaries and nation of coverages. English commentary contains coverages of USA, UK (England), Australia, Canada and Singapore. Spanish one means them from Spain and Latin America. Italian could be commentaries from Italy, Switzerland and Canada. German means coverages from Germany and Austria. Portuguese were from Portugal and Brazil. You can find the original nations in parenthesises.
Does every disc contain full match coverage ?
In principle, we only list discs with full matches. However, in some cases few minutes or seconds may be missing due to technical problem. In these cases we put a statement on the product page. 'Full match' means the time between the referee's kick-off whistle and finishing whistle.