Why you ask, let me explain...
I stream (wireless N network) all media from my server to my Mac Book Pro which is in turn hooked into my HDTV. VLC has an option to cache x milliseconds which is necessary to stream content without stuttering. To my knowledge Apple's DVD Player does not allow for caching. I am debating purchasing DVDpedia, but need to make sure there is a way to use VLC instead of DVD Player. I want to use DVDpedia as a front end to select which movies to be played. I have about 100 DVDs ripped to my media server and this would be an excellent solution.
Any direction on this would be appreciated.
Update: I noticed these clips searching the forums:
First, what does DVDpedia use to play VIDEO_TS folders?
Apple's DVD Player by default but it can be changed to VLC or any other application.
New expert preference for launching Video_TS folder with VLC (defaults write com.bruji.dvdpedia "VLC for VIDEO_TS" -bool YES)
Ok where is this "Expert Preference"? I tired loading the file with BBEDIT to manually change it but could not find the bool option.
2nd Update: Well I am nothing if not persistent. I am not used to editing prefs via the terminal. For others who might not have caught on, and this is for Googles benefit as well: To change DVDpedia to use VLC instead of Apple's DVD Player type:
defaults write com.bruji.dvdpedia "VLC for VIDEO_TS" -bool YES
into the terminal. Wow three hours of research to change one simple option....not very reassuring.