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Old 03-13-2014, 01:58 AM   #16
John VV
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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

MovieName
-- VIDEO_TS
-- AUDIO_TS

point vlc to the "moviename"
and remember
NO BLANK SPACES IN THE NAME !!!!!!!!!

" This Movie Name " will likely not play .
This should " ThisMovieName "
 
Old 03-14-2014, 01:01 PM   #17
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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

MovieName
-- VIDEO_TS
-- AUDIO_TS

point vlc to the "moviename"
and remember
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.
 
  


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