mplayer and dvds
greg at romuald.net.eu.org
Tue Feb 15 15:34:25 EST 2005
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I appreciate all the mount hints, but this makes me realize that maybe
my question should have been more specific.
I already figured that I'd probably need to mount it via loop back
(either that, or maybe mplayer could somehow take the name of the iso
directly, and play the raw image, like a physical dvd). My question
is, once I mount it, (if playing the iso directly won't work), how do
I play what's mounted with mplayer? After all, we're not talking about
a single avi or mpg file here, a dvd has many files on it, with lots
of different extensions.
On Tue, Feb 15, 2005 at 07:30:19PM -0000, Toby Fisher wrote:
> You could mount it using the loopback device, for example:
> mount -t isofs /path/to/isofile.iso /path/to/desired_mountpoint -o loop
> To do this, you need the loopback device compiled into your kernel.
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