Getting a Vista DVD player for free is not so difficult

Jan 04th, 2012 by Boren 1,628 views |Comments Off

Installing a Windows Vista DVD player is not as hard or expensive as many people imagine. Wouldn’t it be great to watch DVD on computer? Won’t it be nice to have an extra DVD player in the office that can be used whenever you need? There are many free DVD players for Windows Vista, let’s see some frequently used ones.

Windows Media Player

For many Windows users, playing DVD is just like a piece of cake. Simply insert a disc into the drive and let Windows Media Player open it and play it. If the DVD does not automatically start playing when inserted, jut open Windows Media Player and find the DVD in the library view, right click on it and choose “Play”. Maybe you seen the popped message said that Windows Media Player can’t play the DVD because a compatible decoder is not installed in your computer. So in order to play DVD movies successfully, we need to purchase a third-party decoder software. We can get a free alternative.

VLC Media Player

It is a powerful freeware for Windows and other OS. VLC is well loved amongst power users for its advanced media streaming capabilities and its high compatibility with a huge range of media formats. What’s more, VLC can play DVD movies for free, including copy-protected DVD discs, without any additional software.

If neither WMP nor VCL meet your needs, you may have to buy a DVD player for Vista.

For Windows users, they are a lot of alternatives when it comes to choosing a DVD player for playback. Here we share our favorite one.

DVD X Player

A worldwide most authoritative region-free DVD player software that can unlock all DVD region codes. DVD X Player can provide superior video and audio (Dolby & DTS) quality, together with other enhanced functions: e.g. record DVD, playback image and DV, image capture and bookmark, etc. Free trial version is available; you can download and have a try.

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