warrenmc wrote:eg for USB, if you have exactly same AVCHD file set under directories in root called AVCHD and another called AVCHD_1, it will send full definition over HDMI to the AV receiver for AVCHD because it switches to a different play mode. To play the files under AVCHD_1 you have to browse to them and select but they only pay at 48Khz.
Correct. That sucks. So in this case, you need to do the same thing What I want to do is watch my ripped BD with lossless audio. I was told on another forum to do what you described above: Take my m2ts file with DTS-MA or TrueHD, and package it with MutliAVCHD which will create the "file set" on my external drive, and then it will "play" the movie with the optical drive, decoding the lossless and sending it via LPCM over HDMI to my AVR.warrenmc wrote:From my point of view this is unfair as all the HD audio files I have are paid for downloads from HDTracks, 2L and Linn;
I doubt you will be able to trick the XMB into using the optical drive to play the "stream".warrenmc wrote:So if PSM could emulate this structure to XMB to invoke the same mode when selecting a title, we would be fine to build whatever directory structures are necessary to maintain our libraries. I don't know if this has ever been identified formally and requested.
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