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TonKhaO 13th February 2010 11:42 PM

How can i see Blu-ray disc in BS
 
I have a blu-ray disc with complete structure (not mkv file).
and in the menu i see OPEN DVD FROM FOLDER, but i can`t see OPEN BLU-RAY FROM FOLDER!
Is there this feature for watching blu-ray discs in this player? :smile

BSPeter 14th February 2010 12:49 AM

I understand you've ripped an entire Blu-ray disk to your HDD (without protection).
I don't think you can watch like you can a DVD (with the menues etc etc), but you could (depending on the compression format used) be able to watch the videofiles (...\STREAM\00000.m2ts 00001.m2ts etc.) which the DVD consists of (i.a. assuming that you allowed - upon installation - BS.Player to internally install the codecs/filters it needs, such as e.g. Haali).
Also assuming you've got an adequate high end CPU and GPU.
Just give it a try and let us know.
:wink:

TonKhaO 14th February 2010 12:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BSPeter (Beitrag 40717)
I understand you've ripped an entire Blu-ray disk to your HDD (without protection).
I don't think you can watch like you can a DVD (with the menues etc etc), but you could (depending on the compression format used) be able to watch the videofiles (...\STREAM\00000.m2ts 00001.m2ts etc.) which the DVD consists of (i.a. assuming that you allowed - upon installation - BS.Player to internally install the codecs/filters it needs, such as e.g. Haali).
Also assuming you've got an adequate high end CPU and GPU.
Just give it a try and let us know.
:wink:

Yes you understand me right! i have entire blu-ray disc on my hdd
what a pity that bs doesn`t read blu disk like dvd with menus and other things! So i hope i future creators will do this feature! cause i like BS :smile

And of course i can watch separate files on STREAM directory! Anyway thanks for reply :wink:

BSPeter 14th February 2010 12:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TonKhaO (Beitrag 40724)
... i can watch separate files on STREAM directory ...

You probably know that already but I tell it anyway: using playlist you can not only watch the separate files one by one, but also as a continuous (uninterrupted) movie.
http://forum.bsplayer.com/general-ta...html#post39610
http://forum.bsplayer.com/general-ta...html#post38058
In fact I think BS.Player automatically puts files with the same name (with the exception of a consecutive numbering) in the playlist. I personally sofar have never tested that for m2ts-files though, but it should work I think. If not you'll have to manually add them to playlist.
:wink:

kees030 19th May 2010 05:59 PM

I have the same situation as TonKhaO: ripped an entire Blu-ray disk to HDD (Queen_Rock_Montreal). The folder \stream contains 9 files (00000.m2ts-00008.m2ts).

Playing these files directly or through playlist results in audio only. In WMP I can watch the video, however there's no music, just talking. I also tried KMplayer: video, but no sound at all.

How can I watch AND listen?

BSPeter 20th May 2010 02:53 PM

Did you (upon its installation) allow BS.Player to "internally" install its preferred filters/codecs?
When you play such file, what splitters/filters/codecs are used by BS.Player?
How to find out? Well, with a file loaded:
(rightclick >) Options > Filters > Advanced
(clicking on the [+]-signs reveals further info and access)
:wink:

kees030 21st May 2010 12:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BSPeter (Beitrag 41846)
Did you (upon its installation) allow BS.Player to "internally" install its preferred filters/codecs?
When you play such file, what splitters/filters/codecs are used by BS.Player?
How to find out? Well, with a file loaded:
(rightclick >) Options > Filters > Advanced
(clicking on the [+]-signs reveals further info and access)
:wink:

Yes, I installed its "internally" preferred filters/codec.

Following your lead I get:
-Default Direct Sound Device: quartz.dll v 6.6.6002.18158 (DirectShow, runtime-version)
-ffdshow Audio Decoder: ffdshow.ax v1.07.3135 (DirectShow and VFW video and audio decoding/encoding/processing filter)
-Source: plitter.ax v1.9.355.21 (Haali Media Splitter).

I hope this will help solving the problem.

adicoto 21st May 2010 08:14 AM

Queen Rock Montreal and Live Aid Blu-ray (1983)

If this is the BR we talk about, it seems it's VC1 encoding. So, either your WMV decoder isn't working ok, or Haali media splitter fails to identify the stream.
My advice is to install CoreAVC or MPC-HC filter to decode the stream.
You can also try PowerDVD.


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