Is there a dvd program other than iDVD?

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  1. Dox

    Dox Wibbly wobbly, timey wimey. You've probably never

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    Australia is region 4, and i bought dvds from canada which are region 1, which is fine on my home dvd player, but on the mac iDVD says it'll only let me change the regions 4 more times.

    HALP!?
     
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    VLC???? maybe Quicktime PRO... never really had to check...
     
  3. Raider007

    Raider007 om nom nom nom

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    why are you using idvd to watch movies?

    vlc player should play it?
     
  4. Dox

    Dox Wibbly wobbly, timey wimey. You've probably never

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    i got errors with vlc

    i'll try again. I really want to watch Harvey Birdman :(
     
  5. Dox

    Dox Wibbly wobbly, timey wimey. You've probably never

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    sorry not iDVD, whatever opens when you put a dvd in. i forget the name.

    vlc still not playing it
     
  6. Dox

    Dox Wibbly wobbly, timey wimey. You've probably never

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    yeah but i bought a whole heap of adult swim dvds which are region 1, but i guess it doesnt matter, its not like im going to be taking them everywhere i go, i just wanted to watch them now.
     

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