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Old 14 Nov 2010, 08:54 PM   #1
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i have win 7 ultimate addition and i am using the media center and but have a big problem when i want 2 see a movie on the format of avchd or bluray the media center is telling me to install an applicaition that plays avchd/bluray i have on my desktop all the codecs pack that can be like nvidia pure encoder(which is not installed if you will tell me i will install it) and klite codec pack full and some other stuff i have also vlc player with all is amazing functions but media center always repeat this message can you help and guide me what 2 do please maybe i can replace the player on media center or to install other cocdec pack or somthing
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Old 15 Nov 2010, 12:32 AM   #2
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Windows 7 doesn't actually support Blu-ray movie playback without third party software. You need to buy a third party Blu-ray player like PowerDVD Ultra 3D or WinDVD Pro . Even then, Windows Media Player won't play Blu-ray movies (you'll still need to use PowerDVD or WinDVD), but PowerDVD does come with full Windows Media Center integration, meaning Blu-ray movies will play within MC just like as if it natively supports it (while WinDVD actually has to minimize MC first and load up the full player).
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Old 15 Nov 2010, 01:15 AM   #3
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i need to know do i have to make adujsments or integration my self or when i install powerdvd 3d or it will install and integrate with mc by itself
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All you have to do is to install PowerDVD Ultra 3D (remember, only the Ultra 3D version has Blu-ray support), and then it automatically integrates into MC in Vista/7, you don't have to do anything else.
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Old 15 Nov 2010, 09:15 PM   #5
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I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH PowerDVD Ultra 3D HE WONT PLAY MOVIES WITH AVCHD OR BLURAY FORMAT OM MY WIN 7 MEDIA CENTER MAYBE I SHOULD INSTALL EXTRA CODECS MAYBE YOU CAN RECOEMEND A PACK OF COCDECS THAT WILL GIVE ME THE SOULOUTION TO THIS IS ANNOYING PROBLEM
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What kind of error do you get? Have you tried playing within the PowerDVD interface (not going through Media Center), and did it work?

PowerDVD is fully self-contained, meaning it has everything that's needed in order for Blu-ray playback to work (no need to install anything else).
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Old 16 Nov 2010, 12:37 AM   #7
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no earror just he dont play the movie and about power dvd he is great but i really like the mc interface can you give me a soloution for the problem
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Well, it works really well for me, but I have the latest patch for PowerDVD 10 Ultra 3D installed, which can be downloaded here:

http://update.cyberlink.com/ftpdload...D100826-02.exe

Once I start MC, there's an entry in the main menu called "Cyberlink PowerDVD 10", and once I insert the disc, if the movie doesn't automatically start playing, I just select this menu option and it all works. This is in Windows 7, BTW.
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Old 16 Nov 2010, 06:18 PM   #9
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but i dont want 2 play the disc i want 2 play a file from a folder is it possible to play avchd or bluray files from a folder with this software and another thing is there another players who intergrate with mc beside this player?

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Well, this is the first time you've actually mentioned playing from your HDD, instead of the original disc. In that case, PowerDVD won't even play Blu-ray folders from the HDD (not since a very early version anyway due to copy protection issues), and there's no easy to to load folders from within Media Center I don't think, without at the very least mounting the folder/ISO as a virtual disc using Daemon Tools or something.

I don't have much experience with this, so can't really offer much more help.
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hey again want 2 ask u if i will convert the file 2 iso will it be in the same queality and will keep the parmeters of the bluray movie and will mc recognize the iso files
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