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In reply to hubersn:

"Reading a DVD is something completely different than playing a Video DVD"

Later last year I only just bought CDBurn reader writer, and have not really used it much and I don't have or really use a DVD Video player either.

If RISC OS soon has DVD+RW but it is different than playing a Video DVD, then could you or someone please explain exactly what it does?

I do not know much about DVD really, so my only guess is you mean that RISC OS DVD can only read and write DVD images but it cannot play Video? Is this correct?

I recall later last year that Iyonixs needs some RISC OS style hardware and system changes to cope with DVD playing. I wonder if this has been done and RISC OS is ready for DVD?

With Browsers and DVD coming up, 2005 is looking very promising thank you.

 is a RISC OS UserSawadee on 19/3/05 11:36PM
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