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mozzer11

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I have a dvd rip on my computer with the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS files. Is there any program that lets me watch it without having to burn it to disc?
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See if VLC will play them,

http://www.filehippo.com/download_vlc/
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jester620

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I believe DVD Daemon Tools will play them.
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Yea, Daemon tools would work. It creates a virtual image drive, but I am not sure if thats totally legal. I would check on that before advertising it on GeeksToGo, because it evades people having to use a legit copy of a CD, when the system says "insert cd", or whatever.

Edited by hayabusa_mike, 02 February 2007 - 06:44 PM.

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Nah its legal in most places as people use disk images for alot of legal reasons as well. You can use it illegally but its legal enough for us as far as i know.
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Alright, thats cool. I just wanted to make sure, because I see a lot of people downloading Daemon tools for illegal reasons, but I guess your right, a lot of them probably use them for legal reasons, :whistling:.
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