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Roxio Creator Aka Roxio De - From 2006 - Copying A Dvd


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The "DE" indicates it is an OEM from Dell. When an OEM [Original Equipment Mfgr] buys the rights to use a Version, they also stipulate what will be in it, and accept responsibility to support it.

 

It is very possible the portions you seek to use, have been removed. At any rate, I'd suggest you should be asking Dell, not people who are using the full Version and don't know what has been removed from the DE Version.

 

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yea----non-commercial - - got any answers about how it can be done?

 

Hi roxiodemon, see if this is a work around for you. :)

 

Make a folder on the HD open it and minimize it, click on the DVD from my computer, open, from the tool bar at top click edit, select all, then again from the top click edit, click copy, maximize the folder you made on the HD, and in the empty folder right click in it, click paste. This could take 15 to 20 minutes to copy the non encrypted DVD to the HD.

 

Then you need DVD Player Software (Cyberlink Power DVD, Win DVD, or Roxio Cineplayer) or meet these WMP conditions. You need to load the Video_ts folder to view.

 

How do I play DVDs in Windows Media Player?

To play DVDs using the Player, you must have a DVD-ROM drive, a computer running the Microsoft Windows XP operating system, and either a software or hardware DVD decoder installed on your computer. (By default, Windows does not include a DVD decoder.) For more information about DVD decoders, see the DVD Support in Windows XP Web page.

 

If these conditions are met, you can play DVDs by using Windows Media Player for Windows XP or later. For more information, see the Play CDs and DVDs Web page.

 

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsme...dvice/0072.mspx

 

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Thanks so much for the advice. I had already gotten as far as you advised acutally. What I need to know now is how to play the video with out the disc in the DVD player drive of my computer. when i open the VIDEO_TS folder there a set of different files that all start with VIDEO_TS - BUP, IFO, VOB, BUP, IFO,BUP. I'm guessing different segments of the video. What I'm hoping for is to be able to send the video via email in a forma that can be opened and played. Is there any free software you can recommend? or maybe its just a matter of taking some other steps?

 

Any help would be appreciated greatly.

 

Hi roxiodemon, see if this is a work around for you. :)

 

Make a folder on the HD open it and minimize it, click on the DVD from my computer, open, from the tool bar at top click edit, select all, then again from the top click edit, click copy, maximize the folder you made on the HD, and in the empty folder right click in it, click paste. This could take 15 to 20 minutes to copy the non encrypted DVD to the HD.

 

Then you need DVD Player Software (Cyberlink Power DVD, Win DVD, or Roxio Cineplayer) or meet these WMP conditions. You need to load the Video_ts folder to view.

 

How do I play DVDs in Windows Media Player?

To play DVDs using the Player, you must have a DVD-ROM drive, a computer running the Microsoft Windows XP operating system, and either a software or hardware DVD decoder installed on your computer. (By default, Windows does not include a DVD decoder.) For more information about DVD decoders, see the DVD Support in Windows XP Web page.

 

If these conditions are met, you can play DVDs by using Windows Media Player for Windows XP or later. For more information, see the Play CDs and DVDs Web page.

 

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsme...dvice/0072.mspx

 

cd

 

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