HI, I have copied movie files on my hard drive. I tried to play them but the media player is giving an error message. File extensions I am trying to play are .vob & .ifo.
Can anyone help me with this please?
sorry for the silly question...i’ve ripped a dvd to pc with dvd shrink...now it’s in vob format and i can’t watch it on my pc...my goal is to arquive in pc and watch it here i don’t want to burn to a new dvd
Hey I downloaded a movie by torrent
when I try to open it gives me a message in the media player that says “this video has been encrypted in order 2 view u must visit www.torrentm8.com and follow the steps”
but That site looks suspicious.
VLC refuses to play the dvd i have networked from a remote DVD player 2 rooms down. Granted yes, its a bit obscure but well a little while ago my dvd player broked...so i’m improvising The video format is VOB and VLC’s just pussying out trying to play it.
VOB files can be played with WINDVD
I have Windvd on one of my laptops (windivd5-came with laptop) and it won’t play .VOB files. It will play TS files, but not VOB HELP PLEASE- most of my movies are on a external hard drive. Can’t watch any of them that have VOB file ext.(I have a lot)
I had th esame problem and thanks to all the information. Now my beloved vob file is sounding like a champion! What is needed to play movie downloads?
“All that is needed to play movie downloads is a media player of your choice and the proper video/audio codecs. To play XviD movie downloads you need to install the XviD codec. To play DivX movie downloads you need to install the DivX codec. You might also need to install the AC3 codec to get surround sound”. so after i install AC3, th esound problem is gone!
There is no .videoclip extension just ftr. But I do agree that VLC player will play just about everything... in Windows that is. It doesn’t play some .vob files and such in Linux though, or at least not without some work. :(