Video settings locked in WMP9 (only for DVD)..help reqd.

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    I am unable to change the video settings or the graphic equalizer settings when watching a DVD using WMP 9. Otherwise it can be easily changed while watching any VCD. Is this common with VOB files or is there any other player which will allow me to manipulate video/sound settings? Any suggestions.....?
     
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    Have u tried the same on other DVD players like PowerDVD and WinDVD ???
     
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    you have to use ZOOM player provided with digit Cd
     
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    do one thing.... install WMP 10 from DIGIT DVD/CD or download it.... ;-)
     
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    I checked out PowerDVD. It has pan settings and certain tweaks (vivid, bright , theater, etc...) but not entirely customizable. Same goes for sound....I guess. But I wish there was something I could do in WMP 9. WMP + DFX =A Lethal combination :D

    @ShekharPalash
    I tried out WMP10. Frankly speaking, it sucks. Video quality is not the same as in WMP9...even after repeated tinkering.
    @cooljeba
    Will try out WinDVD....


    Anyway..thx everyone!
     
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