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I'm looking to take a video ISO file and view it without having to burn it to a DVD. I can't figure out how to do this? I appreciate any help!
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Try double clicking it to mount it on the desktop, then run DVD Player.
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Try double clicking it to mount it on the desktop, then run DVD Player.
or VLC

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thanks... i had tried that already... i open the disk image with the dvd player and i get the error message "there was a problem opening the media... the media type is not supported"
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Open what's inside the .iso, not the ISO itself.
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You need to double click the disk image to open it first, and then run DVD Player.
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