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post #1 of 4 Old 02-01-2009, 03:14 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi

Supposedly on the BD-35, the SD card will play AVCHD files.

I found a guide on bitburners.com which explains how to convert .MKV files to AVCHD using an application called tsMuxeR. So far so good.

I tried copying the two folders that the software outputs to my SD card:
\\BDMV
\\CERTIFICATE

But when I put the SD card in my BD-35, it won't recognize any files.

I also tried putting them under a directory called \\ACVHD but no change. I even tried running the AVCHDme.exe application to change the filenames, but no luck. The SD-35 won't recognize the AVCHD video.

So, basically, how do I get the BD 35 to play my AVCHD video? Or even better, how do I play an MKV file on the BD 35 without converting it to, say, DivX (i.e. quality loss) or burning it to DVD? I want to be able to play it from the SD card.

Thanks so much.
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Please use the owners threads for questions regarding functunality of specific players. If you run a search in the forum, you might find an answer to your question.

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...75161&page=328

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Welcome.

Please use the owners threads for questions regarding functunality of specific players. If you run a search in the forum, you might find an answer to your question.

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...75161&page=328

Good luck,

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And, the BD35 will not play MKV files.
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