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    Saving and playing a DVD
    I have 3 DVDs with several hours of a drama on it. I have to return it within a week so I copied the first 8GB to the Movies file. The Video_TS folder has several files with .IFO .VOB .BUP none of which appear to work with DVD Player. Is there a solution?

    Since writing the above I have read the warning about US law. I live in the UK. Do the same rules apply?

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    Since writing the above I have read the warning about US law. I live in the UK. Do the same rules apply?
    The same rules as to copyright and various digital laws here in the US do not apply to UK residents, however, our forums are located in and operate from the US which means we adhere to US law. Please read our guidelines if you have any further questions about this.

    Thanks for understanding.

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