Originally Posted by John VV
a copy that is NOT a image on a dvd , but in a folder on a hard drive
depending on what this video is
the CSS might not be all there
the first1.vob should auto start the second2.vob in the VIDEO_TS folder
you need to "open directory" in vlc and poing it to the folder that has BOTH video and audio folders
point vlc to the "moviename"
NO BLANK SPACES IN THE NAME !!!!!!!!!
" This Movie Name " will likely not play .
This should " ThisMovieName "
Yes, that's what I did but it doesn't help, it just crashes with segmentation fault even after I installed libdvdcss2_1.2.13-0_amd64.deb from the official vlc site. I found out that vlc versions which I used(2.0.6 and 2.1.2) has this bug with not playing dvd's. But it plays Blue-Ray copies(without menu support, but even with blank spaces in the name). And if I understand right this bug exists on linux versions of vlc, windows versions plays dvd's. So I'll try to compile latest version of vlc(2.1.4) for linux.