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iGREASE
 
Default Media Player Classic and Blu Ray. - 12-27-2009, 08:49 PM
Ok so I got my blu ray disk drive and wat not

but apparently i cant open it with mpc
it says file cannot be rendered.

the video files of the video is AVCHD

so i did some googling and tried some stuff and still didnt work


also attempted to download moar codecs and still dun work



any help guys?
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Tsuchy
 
Default 12-27-2009, 09:38 PM
Are you trying to find a video player that supports blu ray disc movies?
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iGREASE
 
Default 12-27-2009, 11:16 PM
no i want to use mpc to watch blu ray movies
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igoup
 
Default 12-28-2009, 04:47 AM
with mpc you mean mpc-homecinema ?
maybe an upgrade of the player would help.

Have you tried to select "file -> open dvd" and then the blue ray movie should start.
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iGREASE
 
Default 12-28-2009, 10:40 AM
Yeah I did all that.

Mpc opens up and then says cannot render the file.
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igoup
 
Default 12-28-2009, 11:29 PM
i have done some reading, but it seems somehow complicated.
i think it is either a driver or codec problem.
Lots of the time AnyDVD HD is mentioned.
if you are using Xp an UDF 2.5 driver is needed to even read or access Blue ray disks.
Vista has in on board, i am unsure about windows 7.

so far i think that a standalone MPC-HC cant play Blue Ray disks on its own, some kind of external codec is needed that can decode the BD-content.
Menus wont work. Sound seems like a problem too, if you dont have the correct codec for it.

some commercial programs are listed to play blue rays.
one solution could be to install some Blue Ray compatible software (including the codec) but using the mpc for the playback.
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iGREASE
 
Default 12-29-2009, 12:10 AM
Well my disc drive cam with a program called cyberlink or w/e and that lets me watch movies. But I just want to use mpc.
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igoup
 
Default 12-29-2009, 01:08 AM
i see, so you actually can watch blue rays.
cyberlink power dvd anything is the program?
you might be able to add the cyberlink filters as external filters in mpc, at the same time you have to disable the respective internal filters.

try one time to disable all internal filters. (that helped one guy ^^, mpc seems to look for codecs to use if the internal are disabled, or you have to add them.)

In the early days, 2007 and installation of windows media player 11 helped a few, because it brought some blue rays decoding stuff with it (VC-1 Codec) but there wasnt an h.264 codec included.

windows 7 blue ray support was canned because of licensing fees.

Last edited by igoup; 12-29-2009 at 01:14 AM.
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Cromex
 
Default 12-29-2009, 01:53 AM
Read some stuff too appearently some dude fixed it with setting the h.264 from the cccp as external filter and checking it as prefered codec.
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igoup
 
Default 12-29-2009, 02:05 AM
yeah playing around with the filters should do the trick.

cccp doesnt seem to have an active Blue ray support so far.
maybe they dont want it or it is in the making.
therefore i havnt recommended cccp to try it. i use it for my videos and i worked fine for me so far, also with external codecs/filters. but i havnt advanched to HD content yet because of my old pc.

there is also a whole lot of information concering multithreadding with CUDA and CoreAVC and the whole compution on the gpu instead of the cpu.
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