How would I watch concert from DVD at my PC while there are *.cda files only visible in Windows Explorer.
I can play sound only, no video stream.
Is there a tool/application that would let me watch it?
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it appears to be a cd, not a dvd. there are no video files on it.--
"a lot of people are better dead" - prisoner KSC2-303
That's what we both see - CD. Tell me why I can watch it on DVD player and I can't do it on PC.
PERHAPS you can detect and extract the DVD-Video content (.IFOs and .VOBs) by using IsoBuster.
Last edited by Marsia Mariner; 29th Sep 2018 at 06:30. Reason: clarity
It might still be quasi-compliant if it is a multi-session CD media, with CDDA(Audio CD) tracks in the 1st session and a bridge ISO9660/UDF1.02 (aka DVD-Video) file system recorded in Mode1 in the 2nd session, with a properly-authored DVD-Video title structure.
Regardless, it is an orphan format as players might not know which section to play - some will play 1, some will play the other.
Isobuster will let you extract either, and it should also properly display both listings.
(I say this with confidence, having successfully built a few hybrid discs like this myself. I call them ADVD, in the manner like AVCD).
Last edited by Cornucopia; 29th Sep 2018 at 15:02.