Transient wrote:If the ISO is unencrypted (eg. using AnyDVD HD) then you can mount it with Virtual CloneDrive and stream the .m2ts file to your PS3.
I'd like to request that PMS adds support for unencrypted Blu-ray/AVCHD ISOs. I think it should be enough for it to check for the presence of .m2ts files inside an ISO and make them available.
Yes, I'm playing Die.unendliche.Geschichte.1984.DUAL.COMPLETE.BLURAY-TRexHD right now. You need to locate the .m2ts-files and mount the image. I'm using Alcohol 120% for that. Then you will do exactly the same as you do with the DVD-R IMG:s; just plat or transcode if you need subs or other language. You start just the first .m2ts-file and PSM will locate the others automatictly.Bibbit wrote:ExSport wrote:Not only structure is different but also video format/codec. Blu-ray uses .H264 or VC-1 video codec but DVD-Video uses MPEG2.
When you will check directory \BDMV\STREAM\ of your Blu-ray, you will find m2ts files there which are natively played by PS3
Have folks been able to play blu-ray ISO's?
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