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Whats the best DVD-ROM emulation software?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by mjn, May 6, 2005.

  1. mjn

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    Just for watching DVD's that are ISO's on my HDD?
     
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  3. mjn

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    Thanks...just testing that out now.
     
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    I use Nero Imagedrive. There is also Daemon Tools.
     
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    I use VirtualCD for accessing ISO DVD images - works a treat.

    I'm working on an MCE plugin so I can select a virtual DVD from within MCE and play it. VirtualCD is the only virtual drive handler I've found that has a programatic interface that would allow me to do this.
     
  6. mjn

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    thanks, i'll try nero as well.
     
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    seriously try Daemon Tools, its actually specifically designed for what you want, and is the best at it !
     

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