DVD Player Guides

Mac OS X includes a DVD application called DVD Player.  Note that you must have a DVD-ROM drive (combo drive or SuperDrive) installed on your Mac in order to use the DVD Player application.
As with other Mac OS X applications, settings that dictate how the application functions are stored and modified via the application's preferences.  DVD Player preferences are an important way to configure how the application will behave.
You can use the DVD controller to perform actions or control the Mac OS X DVD Player.  You also have the option to use your keyboard and mouse to perform tasks and actions.
DVD Player will support just about any DVD you purchase, given the appropriate region restrictions.  DVD producers use region encoding to restrict where a DVD can be played by storing information on the DVD disc.