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Playing DVDs and Blurays legally in Windows 8.1

#11Loserman15Posted 6/7/2014 11:34:43 AM
klite codec pack and then i use windows media player
#12codyorrPosted 6/7/2014 1:24:07 PM
I use GOM Player. It saves where you left off so you can watch a movie piece by piece.
#13Cool_Dude667Posted 6/7/2014 1:26:30 PM
I use PowerDVD
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#14Fade2black001Posted 6/7/2014 1:29:09 PM
MPC is miles better than VLC
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#15castrejon04Posted 6/7/2014 2:22:23 PM
Fade2black001 posted...
MPC is miles better than VLC

Exactly. VLC used to be great until they added unnecessary features which made it run slow and made it too complex for its own good. MPC is fantastic. You can make is as simple as you want or as complex as you can get it.
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#16GreenMage7Posted 6/7/2014 5:05:06 PM
Yeah, I got PowerDVD with my laptop and when I upgraded it I got a full license for multiple devices. So if you can get with your drive or something that's the best way.
#17JKatarnPosted 6/7/2014 5:07:44 PM
I bought a Blu-Ray player that came with a PowerDVD suite, and once installed all you have to do is insert a Blu-Ray and the software will launch and start to play. It may take a bit of configuring dependent on your audio setup, but the install was pretty painless.
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