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Playing a DVD - Learn Mac OS Snow Leopard

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: Mahalo technology expert Justin Zagri walks through the different aspects of playing a DVD in your Macintosh computer.? Playing a DVD --------------------------------------------------------------------- Insert the DVD into your computer's DVD slot.?The movie should begin playing automatically. If it doesn't, open your Mac's DVD Player under Applications.?When the movie is playing, move your mouse around and the control options will appear in a bar at the bottom of the screen. This contains the buttons for: Pause, Stop, Skip to Next Chapter, Subtitles, Audio Options, Eject Disk and DVD Menu or Title Menu.?The circular arrow buttons let you skip to different options within the menus on the screen.?Select the option on the bar to remove the full screen move.?The control options bar becomes a gray toolbar that contains the same buttons.You can resize the movie window by clicking and dragging on the bottom right corner.?Scroll through the movie by clicking and dragging the marker in the bottom scroll bar.?Go to Controls to find the options on the DVD menu bar.? Read more by visiting our page at:
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