What Is a Region Two DVD?

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DVDs can encode an option to specify which regions in the world the discs can be played. The region two DVDs are the ones that can be played in Europe, including France, Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Arabia, Japan and South Africa.
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Region 2 dvd consists of: UK, Europe, Japan, South Africa and Middle East. The majority of all current titles play only in one specific region unless otherwise noted. DVDs sold by Amazon.co.uk are encoded for Region 2 or Region 0. Region 2 DVDs may not work on DVD players in other countries.
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