Elvis On DVD
ALL ZONE - ZONE FREE
Elvis In Hollywood
ALL ZONE - ZONE FREE - NTSC
Elvis The Complete Story - Clips From Films
Welcome Home Elvis - The Complete Frank Sinatra Show
Elvis '68 Comeback Special
Elvis One Night With You
Elvis Aloha From Hawaii, Via Satellite - The Historic 1973 Television Special
Elvis The Alternate Aloha Concert
Elvis Presley's Graceland (Only available at Graceland )
He Touched Me (2 DVD )
Elvis The Missing Years (1 DVD + 1 audio CD)
Elvis the Final Chapter
ZONE 1 - NTSC
Elvis That's The Way It Is - 1st version
Elvis That's The Way It Is - Special Edition
Viva Las Vegas
Frankie And Johnny
Remembering Elvis - A Documentary
ALL ZONE - ZONE FREE - PAL
Hot Shots And Cool Clips - Vol 1.
Elvis, The Colonel & Me
ZONE 2 - PAL
See the trailer
DVD Region Encoding
The Warner and Columbia film studios have recently added Regional Coding Enhancement (RCE) to some Region 1 titles such as The Patriot and The Perfect Storm.
Some people have had problems playing RCE discs on their "region-free" DVD players.
Because DVD is subject to the same issues of piracy and market sharing that govern the entire video industry, region encoding was introduced to set
geopolitical boundaries for compatibility of DVDs and players.
For instance, a DVD encoded for Region 1 can only be played on a Region 1 (United States and Canada) DVD player.
There are currently six global DVD regions and DVD manufacturers can encode their product to play in any combination of regions.
The vast majority of DVDs are Region 1 or 2 compatible, and many DVDs are "all region" for playback on any player, anywhere.
DVD Video Formats: What's the difference between PAL and NTSC?
There are two television display systems in commercial use: PAL (common in Europe and parts of Asia) delivers a scanning/frame rate of 25 frames per second,
while NTSC (used in the U.S. and Canada) delivers a scanning/frame rate of 29.97 frames per second.
Currently there are no DVD players that convert from PAL to NTSC or vice versa.
However, many PAL DVD players are able to display NTSC video on televisions that support what is known as the 60-Hz PAL system. Almost all the new televisions support the 60-Hz Pal
For all DVD players in the U.S. and Canada, NTSC is the exclusive system in use.
DVD Player Region Codes and Corresponding Country List
Zone 1: USA, Canada
Zone 2: West Europe, Japan and South Africa
Zone 3: South East Asia
Zone 4: Australia and Spanish America
Zone 5: Russia, East Europe and Africa
Zone 6: China