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Re: Watching DVDs?



On 4/17/05, Richard Crawford <rscrawford mossroot com> wrote:
> On Saturday 16 April 2005 12:16, Steve wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > What is the proper way to enable DVD movie viewing in Fedora Core 3?
> >
> > I was able to get Totem to view MPEGs, but still can't watch DVDs.
> >
> > Thanks for any help!
> 
> I can watch DVD's just fine on either of my FC3 machines.  I use Xine to do
> so, simply because I like the interface.
> 
> You might need to install libdvdcss on your computer, which will allow your
> player to decrypt the DVD's encryption.  You can get it with Yum or from
> freshrpms.net.
> 
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I hope that I'm not hijaking this thread, but does anybody know how to
get any program (it doesn't matter which- I'm flexible) to play a DVD
and show subtitles from a file on my computer? There is a site that
provides hebrew subtitles to movies (I don't remember what the file
extension is right now- I'm at the university. But I think that it's
pretty standand). When I get home this evening (hint, hint) I'll be
needing it, and I won't have a lot of time (hint, hint) for
experimenting.

Thanks all! I always appreciate your help!

Dotan Cohen

http://Music-Liriks.com/


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