Any free DVD player for PC worth downloading?

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  1. Predaking

    Predaking Well-Known Member

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    I used Power DVD to watch DVDs on my PC but recently the file got corrupted and I had to delete the software then I can't find the disc to reinstall. Are there any good free DVD player software that you'd recommend? Many thanks.
     
  2. Seth Buzzard

    Seth Buzzard R.I.P. Buzzbeak Content Contributor

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    Dose Power DVD have a free version?
     
  3. RoboticPlanet

    RoboticPlanet Exclusively Exclusive

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    VLC It has a simple interface but it can do more than any other video player. Also, if you're using Windows, Windows Media Player plays DVD's.
     
  4. Gnaw

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    Divx or VLC. I like VLC personally.
     
  5. DaggersRage

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    If you're in a pinch, I believe you can use Windows Media Player 11.
     
  6. DevilzFan

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    VLC owns
     
  7. Belgrath

    Belgrath Boom! Nutshot!

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    Like most of the folks, VLC all the way.
     
  8. OmegaScourge

    OmegaScourge Custom Made TFW2005 Supporter

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    i use VLC Player for my .mp4s....but i never knew that it could play DVDs...im gonnga have to try it when i get home.
     
  9. RoboticPlanet

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    I don't have a TV and I've always used VLC for DVDs, which has the fantastic perk of bypassing previews by default. In fact, I only learned DVDs were imposing previews about a year ago.
     
  10. Tigran

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    Um.. I'm pretty sure DVD's can't impose previews, if hidding the menue button doesn't work, you can use the fast foward feature.
     
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    Vlc Ftw!
     

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