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Video viewing and file copying complications

February 13, 2013 at 20:08:19
Specs: Windows 8, amd e series e 300/4gb

Moved some video from a VHS tape and burnt on to a DVD.

How do I move these files back from the burnt DVD to my laptop to view and edit them

There are two folders on the burned DVD Audio TS and Video TS

This DVD starts up and plays nicely when I put it in a DVD player connected to my TV.

The same DVD does nothing when I put it in my laptop

I downloaded VLC media player --still no luck

Please help


How do I move them back to my laptop and be able to open and edit them?


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February 14, 2013 at 05:08:05

If you make VLC the default DVD player, then it should be able to automatically open the DVD movie disk when inserted. Otherwise, open VLC player and from the menu dropdown list, click Open or Open DVD and point to the Video TS folder on the DVD disk in the DVD drive.

For your info, Windows 8 does not come with DVD movie codecs. Therefore, you need a third-party player like VLC.

For editing, just copy the video TS folder to your hard disk and do whatever you want to do.

CoolGuy


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