Playback Shrinked DVD Folder on Hard Drive with The KMPlayer

How to play DVD folder on hard drive with The KMPlayer?


The KMPlayer, or K-Multimedia Player, is a video and audio player for Microsoft Windows which can play a large number of formats such as VCD, DVD, AVI, MKV, Ogg, OGM, 3GP, MPEG-1/2/4, WMV, RealMedia, FLV and QuickTime among others. It handles a wide range of subtitles and allows one to capture audio, video, and screenshots. It's a free media player and can be downloaded from The KMPlayer's Forums.

After copying DVD to hard drive as DVD folder with Any DVD Shrink, you can use The KMPlayer to play the DVD folder without any DVD player. The video quality is just as the same as playing on DVD Player. Follow the steps below and you can enjoy DVD folder on hard drive.

1. Open The KMPlayer. The main interface of the KMPlayer in video mode is as the picture below.



2. Right-click on any blank in the window, select menu "Open --> Open Folder".



3. Browse the DVD folder copied by DVDSmith on your hard drive and click OK.

DVDSmith, a free DVD copying tool, backup your DVD on hard drive.


4. The KMPlayer will start to play the DVD folder. Have fun now!

DVDSmith copies DVD to hard drive as DVD folder and The KMPlayer plays the DVD folder with same quality as playing on DVD player.


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