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BRD files on HDD: what files to open?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray players' started by thor999, Jan 31, 2008.

  1. thor999

    thor999 Regular member

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    What file do I open to play a bluray file I have on my PC's hard drive? Upon extraction, I am greeted with two files: BDMV and Certificate. BDMV contains the following folders: Auxdata, Backup, BDJO, CLIPINF, JAR, META, PLAYLIST, STREAM, then 2 small BDMV files. I have VLC player and PowerDVD (latest) to work with. Thx for the help, hope I am within guidelines.
     
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    vamsilak Regular member

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    IN THE FOLDER STREAM
     
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    thor999 Regular member

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    Allright, I found the one that must be the main movie (26g) but when I play it with VLC, it opens another window, saying directx 3d output, then VLC locks up with windows error message.
     
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    O.K. Update: Can play that largest file (26g) with powerdvd, but the audio is in spanish! I found the second largest file (I think) and played it, seems it was like making of or something, and that was in english! What gives? Trying to maintain Afterdawn standards, I can at least say that this file should not be in spanish, albeit potentially an available audio track, it is not indigineous to spanish speaking people.
     
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    vamsilak Regular member

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    oh simple
    when u playing the movie just right ur mouse and choose the audio option
     
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    Nope. Using PowerDVD, switch to next audio track button is grayed out, inactive. Does that mean mt file only has 1 track? Can I add the right track to it at this point? Right clicking gets me nowhere, BTW.
     
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    how about right click scroll down there should be prefernce or config option and choose from there
     
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    I can enter certain parts when not in a movie but, trust me, I checked every possible scroll down menu and could not find a solution.
     

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