Is it possible to use another program to do the file structure interpretation for BluRay ISO images eg Daemon Tools?
I'm a looong-time HTPC user and new PS3 user, so this streaming stuff is all new to me, but under Windows Media Center there is a great 3rd party program called "My Movies" which leverages Daemon Tools APIs to automatically mount DVD ISO images. The newer versions of both My Movies (and Daemon Tools) allow you to do this also for BluRay ISO images, provided you're running Windows Vista Media Center or newer.
Granted the content is stored either locally on the Media Center box or (in my case) a network file share, so it's very different from a streaming situation.
I'm just wondering if a similar approach is possible?
I note similar feature requests for AVCHD ISO file support and UDF 2.5 file support.
I'm guessing these are all related to the same thing - finding a way of playing back ripped BluRay movies from PC HDD using PS3MS.
If I rip a BluRay as a folder structure, I can browse down through the levels using PS3MS and pick (hopefully) the right .M2TS stream but it's a bit ugly really...
Otherwise, fantastic work on PS3MS - it's awesome