Originally Posted by archer75
I don't know what you mean by file system driver. It's not needed, whatever it is.
You need to have tmt2 installed for DTS-MA HD decoding. The link to it is int he guide. Rip the audio to flac. Have the madflac decoder installed. Set windows to 5.1 or 7.1 in the sound properties.
It's not needed for Vista, but it's required for XP. Without it, when you do c:\\eac3to\\>eac3to g:
eac3to returns an error saying the source is empty (which it is, there's no bd structure there). I may make a request to link this post in the guide, since this XP user just wasted a TON of time not having the structure visible.
I don't have tmt, so I'm stuck with just the "core" audio till I buy that; and that's just fine. I was more interested in seeing this work.
Here's a link to the SlySoft forum with a post that has the driver that actually works, vs the links that don't actually take you to the driver page.http://forum.slysoft.com/showpost.ph...6&postcount=10
You also need anydvdhd installed if you don't have it. Without it, it won't open the drive and show the file structure.
I use eac3to to rip straight off the disc. Takes me 1 hour or less per movie.
Hmmm, I wonder what was wrong then. Here, it took a lifetime to rip from the bd drive. Mines an LG and is 6X I think. Well, it was slow anyhow.
VLC and MPC-HC are vastly different players. Not the same project at all. VLC doesn't even support hardware acceleration. On my HTPC I use media center and it's great. On my desktop I use MPC-HC.
I'm starting to like MPC-HC. Just the fact that it actually works is nice, and the cross platform capability might be handy too. I'll have to try it on Ubuntu. (Back on Topic, I may have a lack of hardware on my Ubuntu box, we'll see.)