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post #3721 of 3727 Old 01-22-2015, 02:51 PM
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I didn't know that TMT was dead. I'm using a version before Cinavia was added but it always prompts for an upgrade/update.
If the update enables Cinavia support you're essentially in the same place either way if you playback physical BD discs...


In case #1 you don't upgrade but then the AACS keys expire meaning you need to use AnyDVD to play discs.
In case #2 you do upgrade and have Cinavia and want to get around it for file playback, so your solution is again...AnyDVD lol.


If you don't play back physical discs I guess it doesn't matter staying on an old version though. You should be able to turn off check for updates too, right? Meaning you should get along fine just continuing to use it as is, provided you don't need to play actual discs. If it ain't broke might as well keep on truckin'.
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If the update enables Cinavia support you're essentially in the same place either way if you playback physical BD discs...

If you don't play back physical discs I guess it doesn't matter staying on an old version though. You should be able to turn off check for updates too, right? Meaning you should get along fine just continuing to use it as is, provided you don't need to play actual discs. If it ain't broke might as well keep on truckin'.

Agreed.

Word on the street windows 10 will support MKV/FLAC, assuming this works in tandem with MCE (if MCE survives another release) might just be the way forward, for headache free viewing of your media.

Regarding MBT, i'm using mediabrowser server to stream remotely, but Plex seems to work so much better for that purpose, I really want Mediabroswer to work, but haven't got around to installing MBT beucase of the lackluster streaming performance. anyway I'm holding out for windows 10 before making any drastic changes to my current media setup.

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Does anyone know of a way to turn off (Force) subtitles when viewing mkv files with the TMT umceplayer.exe viewer? I know you can goto settings while it plays and manually turn them off, but it would be nice to force them off system wide?

I've set them to off in LAV settings, but they dont seem to make a difference (pretty sure its using LAV).

Hoping someone has found a workaround or other method here.

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Does anyone know of a way to turn off (Force) subtitles when viewing mkv files with the TMT umceplayer.exe viewer? I know you can goto settings while it plays and manually turn them off, but it would be nice to force them off system wide?

I've set them to off in LAV settings, but they dont seem to make a difference (pretty sure its using LAV).

Hoping someone has found a workaround or other method here.

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I think that you can use the tool 'MediaInfo' to check if you mkv file has the subtitle track with the 'forced' flag turned on.
And you can use the tool 'mkvmerge' to turn it off.
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I think that you can use the tool 'MediaInfo' to check if you mkv file has the subtitle track with the 'forced' flag turned on.
And you can use the tool 'mkvmerge' to turn it off.
In using MediaInfo, i didnt see a Forced Yes.. but rather Forced No.. so i'm unsure why its forcing them on the screen in some cases. I know that i could use the other program to remove them, but it would be nice to force them off in general.

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I have an issue when playing back Blu Ray titles via windows media center (TT5)
if the sound track is in DTS or any non Dolby Digital
I get popping on my receiver.

I got around this when using TT5 directly by telling it to down mix to Dolby Digital

How can I do that via media center when using TT5 via media center?

it's very loud and super annoying and almost continuous

receiver is ONKYO tx 609, pc card is EVGA GTX470

thanks !!
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Try changing your windows sound setting to stereo. Or, if it is already stereo, change it to 7 channel and deselect the channels you aren't using.

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