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Hello,

I have ripped one of my DVD's onto my laptop for viewing while travelling.
Anyway I can play the DVD Files using VLC player, but is there a simple way of playing them like a regular DVD only from a folder using the normal mac DVD software. Is there either an add-on or a way of mounting the folder so it appears to be a dvd?

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Originally Posted by chas_m View Post
Apple's DVD player has been able to play from VIDEO_TS folders for years now. Just drag the VIDEO_TS folder onto DVD Player.
Thanks Heaps! Just what I was hoping for - I'm so glad you pointed this out.
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