Power Media Player Issues

Hey all, I live in the country and suffer from painfully slow internet service which drove me to get the DVDs as backup when there are too many people in the house (my wife) looking at Kitten videos on Instagram.

So my issue is that Power Media Player requires an update and will not play my lessons with my spending 70 dollars USD to upgrade the player. This essentially doubles the cost of the upgrade from Web based lesson to DVD lesson package.
In my basic search I have not been able to find anything else that will play the DVDs.

Let me know if any y’all finding the same or have any workarounds.

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Don’t they play in a regular DVD player connected to a TV?

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Try VLC. You might be surprised at what it plays.

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I’m tagging @JoshFossgreen for you. I’m sure his technical people can recommend a free player for the DVD’s.

What operating system are you running?

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I’m running win10. Nothing crazy.

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This :point_up:t3: It’s free, and it plays just about anything. See also:

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You beat me to it, Eric @eric.kiser . . . :slight_smile:

Thanks for tagging him :+1:

Cheers
Joe

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I’ll join the chorus and say VLC! Great program, have used it for many years for many things.
https://www.videolan.org/vlc/

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Confirmed! I use VLC under Linux for B2B DVDs.

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Thanks all. I’ll check out the VLC player tomorrow.

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