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Written by Jason
Acknowledgedly, VLC is the most popular & powerful open source media player in the market. Even so, it does not mean this robust media player is perfect! A certain percentage of users do report that VLC not playing DVD problem happens now and then, and they are unable to find a solution after trying very hard. Thus, we share the easy but effective solutions by steps to help you fix all kinds of VLC can't play DVD problems in minutes.
5KPlayer is the best desktop DVD media player to help solve VLC won't play DVD. No matter you have encrypted DVD, DRM protected DVD, region-coded DVD or even damaged/scratched DVD, it just plays the DVD disc and ISO image successfully. Literally, it is the best VLC alternative to play any DVD you throw at it.
Step 1. Launch the free alternative to VLC media player that plays any region-free DVD on your computer & Mac.
Step 2. Insert DVD disc to your DVD drive.
Step 3. Click "DVD" button in the main interface to load DVD.
Note: When finishing loading, 5KPlayer will automatically play the DVD.
In addition to fixing VLC can't play DVD problem, the best DVD player software - 5KPlayer also focuses on playing HD videos and downloading videos music from Youtube, Vevo, Facebook and 300+ online sites. Moreover, it is a professional DLNA server doing well in wirelessly streaming DVD/video/audio from Mac/PC to smart TV with original quality.
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