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Old 9th June 2007
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Default do BS can play Blu-ray or HD DVD

1. do BS can play Blu-ray or HD DVD ?


2. do BS can play Dolby® TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus Playback ?



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Default do BS going to play Blu-ray or HD DVD and when ?

do BS going to play Blu-ray or HD DVD and when ?
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http://bsplayer.com/forum/viewtopic....hlight=blueray

For fully supported playback, probably royalty will have to be payed.
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Default i don't understand yes or no ?

i sorry i don't understand

if i buy the " BS PLAYER PRO 2.21 " at 29,90€

can i play Blu-ray or HD DVD ?

can i play Dolby® TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus Playback ?


or i need to pay more ?
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At this moment BSPlayer does not fully support HD playback from original media. To do that, BSPlayer's team must pay royaltyes to implement such a function into the player.
Buit if you followed the link provided you know that you can play it.
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1. if you followed the link that provided

1.1 you see that the chat between people not authorized from the company
"bs" !

1.2 if you followed the link that provided it's from beginning
Oct 07, 2006

1.3 do you think that your reply it's good :?:

2. if you followed the link that you provided

2.1 you see you bring reply for only HDDVD .
FOR 99$ ( I DONT KNOW IF THIS GOOD or WORK WITH" bs " ? )

2.2 WHAT WITH Blu Ray :?:
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There is no difference between the 2 formats. They use the same compresions methods. Disc structure it's different.
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HD-DVD and BluRay discs are deliberately made unplayable. You need to extract their contents and create normal unprotected files on your computer. Open Source decoders for the new formats VC-1, hi resolution AC-3 and DTS are in developement. You will be able to acquire those decoders for free.
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@6311 and/or ROYROY
Seems you're posting under two nicks.
Why :?
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yes, it is capable.

In the past i ripped a blu ray disc to the HDD and because a powerDVD was installed, the BSplayer used its codecs and played correctly the BLu-ray files.

Will be very interesting to have only the powerdvd codecs without to have to install it... maybe someone can help us on that.
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I am trying to play a National Geographic Blu-Ray disc and BSplayer Pro tells me that it cannot find the codecs required to reproduce it. I am using the latest version (2.40.997). What codecs should I install?
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I am trying to play a National Geographic Blu-Ray disc and BSplayer Pro tells me that it cannot find the codecs required to reproduce it. I am using the latest version (2.40.997). What codecs should I install?
Anyone?
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