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Q's on playing VIDEO_TS.IFO files


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I recently got a macbook pro (first mac) and I wanted to know how do I get VIDEO_TS.IFO, .VOB and .BUP to play on it. Oh and I'm getting the files from a thumb drive. Would that make a differince?
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If you have it stored in the standard DVD folder structure (so it's stored in a video_ts folder), you should be able to use DVD Player from Applications to be able to open the containing folder and load the files like it was a DVD

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How do I put them into a folder?
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I'm really new at this so could ya spell it out? Thank for any help.
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Well, where are the movie files right now exactly? Are they just on your thumb drive so if you double click on the thumb drive they are all listed, or are they in a subfolder already or what? They may already be in the right position, but I want to make sure that you get the best answer to your question.

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