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I guess? So you can create a library in ISO format to keep chapters menus etc. e.g. Your 17-20 inch computer screen shows you good enough colours on 1028×768 resolution. have a peek here

PowerDVD PowerDVD is developed by CyberLink Corp. Besides, there's no "Play DVD" button, which means you need to upgrade to the pro version as per needs. Load DVD movies  Insert a source DVD in optical drive. You may also have set DVD Player to launch when a DVD is inserted in System Preferences > CDs & DVDs.Good luck! Bonuses

It would not work, regardless of what I did or which directions I followed. If you read my post you would notice the argument is not wether Microsoft "should" provide codecs, but that they have "never" provided codecs without upgrade or 3rd party's. Has anyone else had this problem?

  • Get your facts straight and stop this smear campaign.
  • Cons: What makes people frustrated is that PowerDVD is expensive and its superabundant version usually makes users refused and hard to decide which to choose. 5.
  • I had a lot of codec packs but WMP never worked, after unistalling all the old packs and installing this klmcodec immediately everything worked fine!!!
  • One of the most popular players is VLC Media Player, a free open-source player that play a range of formats, including CDs, DVDs and VCDs.
  • VLC can be a little hard to use, but not for playing DVDs: just click “File” followed by “Open Disc”.
  • Reply lilyforrose August 4, 2013 at 4:26 pm I have recently updated my pc to Windows 8 and I can play a DVD-Movies with on problem...but I can't play a Blu-Ray
  • No problems whatsoever….Period.
  • Smoke, Dr.
  • Don’t be disappointed though.

Reply dragonmouth May 7, 2013 at 12:05 pm "the casual/average user of Windows would have rather paid an extra $2 for the capability than not to have it. " No, no, View in gallery You can follow the link to the Store, where you can find a couple of applications that can not necessarily play, but interact with MKV files. shanhudao You can use iDealshare VideoGo to convert MOV to Windows Media Player more supported WMV, AVI, ASF for playing MOV on all versions of Windows Media Player. Microsoft itself advises people to purchase third-party DVD software instead of doing this. $9.99 if you’re already using Windows 8 Pro – you’ll only need to download the Media Center Pack.

Windows XP can do everything Windows 8 can, but if they keep on supporting old OS then who would buy new one? But, what if you do not like the default media player and instead, want a different program to open your music and video files?  You can set your desired program as Solution 4: There is lots of Windows Media Player DVD decoder for free downloading on the download sites and all claim to be the best solution to fix Windows Media Player A solution that I found to be great at least for me was a program that is called Passkey for Blu-ray and DVD that is put out by DVDFab.com.

All rights reserved. For better than ever DVD movie enjoyment, you are highly suggested to choose desired subtitles and audio tacks for output, via opening the subtitle and audio track selecting box at the Bizaar! iDealshare VideoGo is just the ideal MKV to WMP Converter which supports converting all kinds of MKV, HD MKV to Windows Media Player supported video format like WMV, AVI, MPG, ASF.

Once you select yea or nea, they it does its job seamlessly!! https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2725622?tstart=0 SmokeAuthor: Troubleshooting Mac OS X Jan 16, 2007 7:29 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is View in gallery Now check that MKV file again. ByteCopy also helps you to convert videos to mobile devices supported formats, such as iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung Galaxy, etc.

Reply Bumferry May 5, 2013 at 9:32 am I guess this is another "step forward". navigate here Dr. Use the Add features to Windows 8 control panel to upgrade. Just asking ???

Reply null May 6, 2013 at 8:47 pm I too only load DVDs to rip them to my external HDD for my personal library. Notice I can get my point across without name calling and derogatory statements? Jan 20, 2011 5:54 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Alonso Delarte, Alonso Delarte Jan 24, 2011 5:04 PM in response to Shawn Birmingham Level 1 (0 http://midsolutions.org/windows-media/windows-media-player-will-not-close.html Never use WMP.

Reply Justin Pot May 18, 2015 at 1:05 pm Ummm....thanks? Jan 26, 2011 5:05 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Shawn Birmingham, Shawn Birmingham Jan 27, 2011 8:24 AM in response to Alonso Delarte Level 4 (1,945 Again, its not the disc that is the problem.Hardware manufacturers like HP and Dell, are well aware of how buggy WMP is, so they always include an actual DVD player program.

Bonus-I don't have to have Internet access to get streaming video (which often happens where I live, due to weather) Reply Doc May 6, 2013 at 9:06 pm Not everybody knows

You want to play 100s of DVD, go buy a dedicated DVD player. Jan 31, 2011 1:21 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Alonso Delarte, Alonso Delarte Jan 31, 2011 1:24 PM in response to Eric Pautsch1 Level 1 (0 I asked about the contents on the chance that their was a 4x3 background movie playing in the menu.if all are consistent, then disregard.just tryin to help.J>H

In addition, you can also crop, add watermarks, etc. I guess the powers that be figure you are buying a game console to play games. You can even find some MKV players on the store. http://midsolutions.org/windows-media/windows-media-player-does-not-close.html BS Player BS Player is claimed to be the best multimedia player in the world.

DVDAid for Windows/Mac - Capacity of ripping copy-protected and homemade DVD to iPhone 6S/SE, iPad, Surface Pro, Synology NAS, Seagate Wireless Plus, etc with suitable format. There is no fix on the disc for this, because you cannot program the disc to identify if WMP is being used to play the disc. If you are using a version of Windows 7 that supports DVD playback, you should be able to load the DVD in Windows Media Player without issue. So, it would help to be more specific in your comments so others are better-informed.

I need/use Media Center for it's DVR/PVR (not DVD) capabilities along with my TV tuner. He's as at home using the Linux terminal as he is digging into the Windows registry. You may use other media players like VLC, for playing MKV files. lovinsbrown Works great yet a bit of tedious for … people like me, you know, hate a lengthy installation//// I thinks it's probably easier to install a MKV player like 5KPlayer

View in gallery Let’s grab the codec now. Pretty handy. Reply Rafael May 6, 2013 at 10:32 pm Linux doesn't include software required to play DVDs or Blu-rays for free also! Get Windows 8 Codecs from Shark007.net by Usman Younas on November 25, 2012 Windows 19 RECOMMENDED: Click here to fix Windows errors and improve system performance. (Tested by us at AddictiveTips.com)

You’ll be shown the upgrade available, depending on which version of Windows 8 you’re using. Aug 9, 2005 #3 Kimmers TS Rookie Posts: 23 It seems to be a problem with most versions lately Jun 24, 2007 #4 almcneil TS Guru Posts: 1,277 Rizvan said: My icons are round, so you better make them in some other shape because circular shapes are mine.. You can then opt to use the new applications or stick to your old ones.

November 2, 2012 Windows8user Question: I have Windows 8 Pro N, so it doesn't have media player. Solution 3: If you get a message that says that your computer is missing a codec or that you require a DVD decoder, you are probably trying to play, burn, or Enterprise users: you cannot download the Media Center Pack. There are free 3rd party codecs for use since XP or even earlier.

It will probably be configured to open automatically when you insert a video DVD. What is the Best Blu-Ray Player for Windows 8?