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How to Set Parental Control

How to Set Parental Control

Parental control is a kind of useful function which is embedded in computer, digital television services, video games, mobile phones and etc. Parental controls are used to limit access to appropriate content, which constrain the usage of these devices such as placing time-limits on usage or forbidding certain types of usage.

How to Set Parental Control

You can use some kinds of parental control software to set up the controls for your children, such as enforce learning time into child computing time, and monitoring to track location and activity when your children using the devices. We are recommending an easy-to-use application, ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre, which you can simply use to apply parental controls to your movie collections.

TotalMedia Theatre is a powerful all-in-one media player. Whether playing Blu-ray and DVD discs, AVCHD, or high-definition files on local machines or videos on a UPnP server and online, the program has it covered. In this article, we will discuss how to use TotalMedia Theatre to set up parental controls.


How to Use TotalMedia Theatre to Set Up Parental Controls

Step 1Click Settings icon to display Settings dialog box

Install and launch ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre. Note: Please make sure your computer system matches the requirements. Click the "Settings" icon located in the Top Control Panel, and the Settings dialog box will display.

How to Set Parental Control

Step 2Use Parental Control settings to restrict specific movie levels

You can use "Level Setting" list to select a movie level which you want to restrict. Or go to "Level Setting Protection" option and click the "Set Password" button to create a password. Click the Clear Password button to delete the current password. When it is done, click "Apply" button located in the bottom right of the window.

How to Set Parental Control

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