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DVD player

If while watch a DVD on my DVD player I get sleepy and stop the DVD and take the DVD out of the machine, and then later put it back in, how can I get back to the point that I stopped the DVD? Thank you. user470

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I believe the DVD has to stay in the player

AFAIK, this feature can only work if you actually keep the physical disk in the tray. Our inexpensive JVC DVD/VCR combo has this feature, as does my LG portable DVD player.

There may be PC-based software to mark viewing points when watching on a PC drive, but I don't have any experience with this sort of feature on a standlone DVD unit.

I'm all ears if someone know more about these type of features.

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Keeping point of play

Even if you keep the DVD disc in the player, some players will allow you to resume play from where you stopped and others don't. I haven't figured out if this is a feature of the DVD player or the dics encoding. But if you take the DVD out of the machine, I've never seen a DVD player resume. My iMac and Mac Laptop computers have this feature, but this is a feature of the DVD Player program.

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