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This may sound like a strange question, but I was wondering if there is software available which can emulate the behaviour of standalone dvd-players. I'm currently debugging a DVD we're creating, and I can't afford to go hopping to my house every time to check.

The reason I'm asking is because the problems just appear on 'some' dvd-players which I cannot predict.

Other option maybe, is there software that can check a VIDEO_TS folder or iso file for errors?

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related question (DVD player emulation): superuser.com/questions/129668/… – quack quixote May 11 '10 at 8:49
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Though I doubt this will get to the heart of the "some players" problem. I always use VLC for stuff like this either the portable version if you don't want to install http://portableapps.com/apps/music_video/vlc_portable or the regular version http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

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Media Player Classic Home Cinema can open a DVD Directory and will play it as if it was a disc in a drive.

File -> Open DVD (or Ctrl+d) allows you to select any DVD folder, either from an optical drive or HDD.

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