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Thread: Playing Blu-ray/HD-DVD ISO's

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    Can you just mount these with a virtual drive connect your PC to your TV and watch?

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    Yes. Alcohol 120% is the best mounting program to use for HD-DVDs / Blu-Ray Discs.

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    You can just use VLC player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by counteru View Post
    You can just use VLC player.
    Actually, you can't because its x264 or VC-1 rendering is a bunch of shit. Good luck watching a High-Definition movie with VLC.

    PowerDVD Deluxe is the best app to use to date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by link2009 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by counteru View Post
    You can just use VLC player.
    Actually, you can't because its x264 or VC-1 rendering is a bunch of shit. Good luck watching a High-Definition movie with VLC.

    PowerDVD Deluxe is the best app to use to date.
    They look fantastic when I watch them.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by link2009 View Post

    Actually, you can't because its x264 or VC-1 rendering is a bunch of shit. Good luck watching a High-Definition movie with VLC.

    PowerDVD Deluxe is the best app to use to date.
    They look fantastic when I watch them.
    Oh really? Maybe I'm ill informed.

    What video card / processor do you use?

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    It looks okay here too... as long as the HW is doing it's job. Using a 7950 GX2 card and got a dual core CPU.... Not much stress on the CPU but even less if I use the HW acceleration on something like Nero whatever it is called.

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    On a 1080p movie?

    I have a 7900 GTX 512MB DDR3 with an intel E6300 Core2Duo 1.86Ghz and a 720p movie lags for me on VLC.

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    wow, with that hardware, you should be able to play anything. For blu-ray/ hd-movies, get Cyberlink powerdvd 7, and disable its useless h264 codec via regsvr32 /u "[folder]\VideoFilter\CL264dec.ax"
    Then, install CoreAVC and have that registered as your directshow primary filter for x264.

    MplayerC/MPC aka Media player classic is great for any file on your hard drive (avi, x264, etc). Filters you may need are Nvidia purevideo decoder for mpeg decoding, DirectVobSub (VSFilter), Haali Media splitter, coreAAC, and AC3Filter for any other audio. Filters needed for XVID would be Koepi's Latest experimental build. A great program for managing all these filters is DSFM/ Directshow Filter Manager, which is free.

    Good Luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by link2009 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo View Post

    They look fantastic when I watch them.
    Oh really? Maybe I'm ill informed.

    What video card / processor do you use?
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    CPU Type  	        Mobile DualCore Intel Merom, 2133 MHz (8 x 267)
    Motherboard Name  	Dell DXG061
    Motherboard Chipset  	nVIDIA nForce4 Intel Edition
    System Memory  	        2048 MB (DDR2 SDRAM)
    Video Adapter1  	NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GTX (512 MB)
    Video Adapter2  	NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GTX (512 MB)



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