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Bootlegged Dvds

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#1 BlackSpyder


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Posted 13 August 2007 - 03:52 PM

I picked up some animé DVD's from the local Flea Market Saturday. The girlfriend says they are bootlegs since they are purple backed disks (she used to work at a video game store that took in trades). I say that they are re-coded Japanese DVDs (as is common with odd-ball animé DVD's) since the packaging is in Kenji(?, proper name for Japanese writing) and the packaging is different then the other DVD I bought from this series that was distributed through a different distributer (Bandi), the menu's work, and all extra features work perfectly. How do you tell??

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Posted 13 August 2007 - 09:05 PM

Try this site. Scroll down to read about fake dvds.

'dvd identifier' offers a reliable method of accurately identifying a disc's real manufacturer, blank disk anyway.


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