Windows 10: Finalizing a Video DVD so it can be played on other computers Solved

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  1.    11 Jan 2017 #11

    peterpotus said: View Post
    Thanks Spunk

    This computer still won't open the DVD it just made but the important thing is that it, including the Menu works on a TV/DVD player.

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    If the DVD plays on a DVD player, and not on your PC, you should concentrate on your PC. Does your PC play other DVD's?
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       11 Jan 2017 #12

    peterpotus said: View Post
    This computer still won't open the DVD it just made...
    As I said earlier, Microsoft removed all Media Centre features from Windows 10, including Media Player's ability to play DVDs. You need a 3rd-party solution now, such as the free VLC Media Player. As a sop to those of us who upgraded to 10 from a Media Centre edition, we got Microsoft's 'Windows DVD Player' app as a free update (others had to buy it). Basic, but does the job.
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  3.    11 Jan 2017 #13

    I recommend checking videohelp.com Quite useful, as is this forum.
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  4.    11 Jan 2017 #14

    Bree said: View Post
    As I said earlier, Microsoft removed all Media Centre features from Windows 10, including Media Player's ability to play DVDs. You need a 3rd-party solution now, such as the free VLC Media Player. As a sop to those of us who upgraded to 10 from a Media Centre edition, we got Microsoft's 'Windows DVD Player' app as a free update (others had to buy it). Basic, but does the job.
    Yep, I believe VLC Media Player is the way to go. It recognises all formats of DVD,s.

    Glad to hear it's working on your DVD player Peter, nice work
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  5.    12 Jan 2017 #15

    Finalising a Video DVD so it can be played on other computers


    You were right.

    I just did not realise that none of the video playing programs I had installed would open a DVD.

    VLC Media Player is now installed and opens my home made DVD as well as commercial ones perfectly, so far.

    And, its free.

    Thank you all
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  6.    12 Jan 2017 #16

    peterpotus said: View Post
    You were right.

    I just did not realise that none of the video playing programs I had installed would open a DVD.

    VLC Media Player is now installed and opens my home made DVD as well as commercial ones perfectly, so far.

    And, its free.

    Thank you all
    You are very welcome .

    I would say VLC is definitely an essential program for every computer, especially those running W10 as the whole aspect of 'media creation & playback' have become quite limited.
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       12 Jan 2017 #17

    peterpotus said: View Post
    I just did not realise that none of the video playing programs I had installed would open a DVD.
    Few did, but it was in the small print for 'feature deprecation' from the day 'Get Windows 10' first appeared on our eligible systems
    Windows 10 Specifications & Systems Requirements
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  8.    12 Jan 2017 #18

    ellellell1 said: View Post
    You are very welcome .

    I would say VLC is definitely an essential program for every computer, especially those running W10 as the whole aspect of 'media creation & playback' have become quite limited.
    Ms Soft's logic of including a DVD burner but not a player is eluding me.
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       12 Jan 2017 #19

    peterpotus said: View Post
    Ms Soft's logic of including a DVD burner but not a player is eluding me.
    MONEY!

    For a computer to support DVD playback, Microsoft points out, it must support the MPEG-2 codec as well as the Dolby audio codecs. That costs money – around $2 per Windows license for MPEG-2 licensing alone, apparently – which is either passed on to the buyer, Microsoft, or the PC OEM.
    Microsoft defends Windows 8 DVD drop: We did it for you! - SlashGear
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  10.    13 Jan 2017 #20
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