Without getting into the technical details, is it possible to watch DVDs that have already been ripped into VOB, IFO & BUP files and stored in VIDEO_TS folders on a media player device such as an XBox 360, WD Live, Roku, Neo, Smart TV, etc., that DOESN'T require that you do anything to these files such as renaming them or converting them to another format, and which gives you most if not all of the functionality you have when playing physical DVDs directly or ripped DVDs in WMC, e.g. menus, extras, fast forward/rewing, skip/replay chapter, etc.?
If so, could you refer us newbies to threads and perhaps other sites that explain how to do this?
Like many I have a lot of already ripped DVDs that I have no intention of renaming or converting, that I'd like to be able to watch on other TVs that are not connected to an HTPC. Ideally this would be via an XBox because I'd like to use some of its other features as well, especially its ability to be used as a WMC extender to watch live and recorded TV as well as view and listen to videos, music, photos, etc., off of my Ceton InfiniTV-equipped HTPC, and of course its game console capabilities. But I'm open to other solutions as well so long as NO renaming or conversion is required (or at least none that require a lot of extra storage space, time, effort and/or processing power, because at nearly 1000 DVDs, it's just out of the question for me).