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Old 31st July 2006
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Default Re: DVDR files

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DVD contains compressed video. Most often the audio is also compressed.

Yes you can. You need to install a MPEG-2 demultiplexer and a MPEG-2 decoder. VOBs are actually a kind of MPEG-2 program stream which may include MPEG-2 video, AC-3/MP2/PCM audio and graphical subtitle streams. I would recommend Elecard demultiplexer and Elecard MPEG-2 decoder.

To have access to DVD menus and select different programs (movies, chapters) you need to have BSPlayer Pro (i think) and a MPEG-2 decoder.

Here are the filters you need.
To register them use the following command
regsvr32.exe <filter_name>
where <filter_name> is the full path to where you unpacked my files, say c:\plugins\mpeg2dec\

You might need to do this to disable the default (bad) Microsoft demultiplexer:
regsvr32 /u
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