How to Play a DPD Confession Video. Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office Prosecutor Kym L. Worthy. 1. “How to Play a DPD Interview” Outline. PLACE THE DVD INTO THE DVD DRIVE OF YOUR NOTEBOOK OR DESKTOP COMPUTER
Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office
Prosecutor Kym L. Worthy
PLACE THE DVD INTO THE DVD DRIVE OF YOUR NOTEBOOK OR DESKTOP COMPUTER
You must have a drive that reads DVDs. It will say “DVD Rom” on the drive if you have one. Most of the office’s desktop computers do not have one. The notebooks do have them.
These type of DVDs will only work in a computer.
There is a “How to Video” as well. To download it copy and paste this link into your web browser.
This outline and the video are also located on the Common (K) drive under:
K:Muscat Courtroom Technology Examples and Outlines
This written outline is 15 pages long
If multiple files appear then DPD gave you two camera angles.
In this example, you’ll see how it says Room 3.1 and Room 3.2
I have found the second one (.2) to be the better angle. I think
.1 is usually an overhead.
To close a file that is playing click the garbage can. This does not delete
When I try to open this “browser” software at home I get this error message.
“To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted this webpage from
running scripts for ActiveX controls that access your computer. Click here for options.”
Click on that message and then select “Allowed Blocked Content.” This gives
your computer permission one time to run this software.
Just do this every time you open the program. I have not run into this error message at
ADVANCED USER INSRUCTIONS Content.” This gives
After making this instructional video and outline, I have found that it is also possible to run the DPD video if you copy the whole folder to your laptop and run it from there as opposed to trying to run it from the DVD itself. You can run it either way. If you choose to copy it to your computer first then you need to follow these steps to “open” the program.
Copy the whole folder to your laptop. You folder should contain all the files listed below. There may be a different amount of G64 files depending oh how many interviews on your disk.
Double-click the MediaCenter.HTM file to begin. This will open the program and allow you to navigate to your needed files. Watch the “how to” video for the rest of the steps. Some of the steps may be slightly different based on your individual computer, but you will get the gist of it.