CNET Editors' note: The download is called "DVDRemaster," but also includes FairMount--just open the disk image to find the correct file.
From Metakine Inc.:
FairMount is a companion to VLC Media Player. It uses VLC to mount encrypted DVDs as decrypted disk images. Their content can then be accessed transparently by any applications.
What's new in this version: Features better error reporting when no adequate version of VLC Media Player is found.
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- Search and download from over 100 million songs.
- Open FLV encoded video files.
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- Play digital media of various formats with 3D and WiDi support.
- Play audio and video files in real-time and streaming modes.
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- Convert all your FLAC files to the standard MP3 files.
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- Mount ISO & other disk images to desktop.
All versions:4.2 stars
out of 13 votes
Current version:4.0 stars
out of 1 votes
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"No Mac 64bit VLC? Use Fairmount with Handbrake instead"
Version: FairMount 1.0.6
Great for Mac users who cannot get 64-bit VLC version. Can use Fairmount to mount DVDs for use with Handbrake instead.
I'm only using for this limited use, can't complain
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