|Feb 9, 2013, 07:08 PM||#1|
Standalone DVD player emulator for OS X?
I want to burn some DVDs with some self-made movies to send to family and friends so they can watch them on their home dvd players (not computer).
Is there an emulator out there that will enable me to see how these DVDs will act on stand alone dvd players? I do not currently have a tv and standalone dvd player to test them on.
The reason is I want to see how the menu items show up on the burned dvd and also to see how the format looks based on whether they have an older dvd player that only plays the DVD-R format.
I know from experience that dvd players play movies differently (with regards to the UI) than on computers where you just double click on it and your favorited DVD app starts playing it.
|Feb 10, 2013, 09:00 AM||#2|
Play your dvds with DVD Player which is on your Mac. The menu will look the same as it would on a TV through a dvd machine.
Just be aware though that not all DVD machines will play homemade dvds.
PPC Mini, 10.4.11, Intel Mini, 10.6.8, White MacBook 10.9.2
iPhone 3GS, using o2 PAYG
|Feb 10, 2013, 09:41 PM||#3|
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