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Q: How do I change a DVD chapter?

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How do I change a DVD chapter?

To skip to the beginning of the DVD’s next chapter, press the forward seek button. To restart the current chapter, press the backwards seek button. To go back to the beginning of the previous chapter, quickly press the backwards seek button twice.

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