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    Run a DVD from a network?

    I've got a DVD, just with the audio_ts and video_ts folders on it, and I want to put it on the network.

    Is there anything I can do to wrap it up to one file that I can then store on the network and allow teachers to run it from one location?

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    Re: Run a DVD from a network?

    DVDx will rip to an avi file, just make sure you have Divx on the clients.

    http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...ease_id=141177

    Doom9.net has tons of other info /utils for doing stuff like this.


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    Re: Run a DVD from a network?

    Yes best option is to rip the DVD to DivX.

    Just make sure that the content is not copyrighted.

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