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I have two DVD players in my box. Is it possible to confiure Xine to read two DVD devices? That way, I can play two DVD's back to back. Preferably, ...
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    I have two DVD players in my box. Is it possible to confiure Xine to read two DVD devices? That way, I can play two DVD's back to back. Preferably, I'd like to be able to create playlists from each DVD player, so I can watch (for example) Chapter 6 from one, then Chapter 2 from the other, back to back without interuption.

    I hope that makes more sense then I think it does.
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    I could see how to do it with MPlayer, just run it from the command line as a set of two commands, and specify a different dvd-device on each with the "-dvd-device" option.
    As for Xine, I have no idea.
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    That would be an excellent solution, but I can't seem to play DVD's from mplayer!

    http://linuxforums.org/forum/topic-30767.html

    Jeremy
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