DVD Profiler question regarding parental controls

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  1. Jon_Are

    Jon_Are Cinematographer

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    I sucessfully added a disc to my DVD Profiler that was not in their database, but ran into a problem: because the disc is unrated, it apparently falls into the 'adult' section, thereby placed under password protection within the parental controls. I don't remember ever setting any controls - or entering a password - when installing the Profiler. So...the program acknowledges that the DVD is in my collection, but I am unable to view it. The help section of DVD Profiler is no help at all, and I'm unable to re-enter the disc because the program says it's already in my collection. I cannot edit out the NR, because I can't access the entry. Help!!

    Here's the irony: the disc I am unable to view is the children's show Davey & Goliath.

    Thanks in advance,

    Jon
     
  2. Tom De Rosa

    Tom De Rosa Stunt Coordinator

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    Go to Parental Controls

    1) Set MPAA RATING to ..... Adult

    2) Check "Or has Adult genre"

    3) Select "Allow Adult Titles"

    This works for me.
     
  3. Jon_Are

    Jon_Are Cinematographer

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    Thanks for the response, Tom.

    I went to the DVDProfiler site and found that the default password for parental controls is 'acknowledgement'. Obviously I should have looked there first, but I'm posting it here in the event someone else might benefit.

    Jon
     

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