I'm just getting started here. I've decided XBMC will be my video watching program...maybe. Anyway, I ripped my first DVD with AnyDVD. It produced a Viedeo_TS folder. When I navigate to it, instead of a nice little movie icon, there's a stack of files that mean nothing to a non-geek. What gives there? I'm sure that's not acceptable.
Issue number 2, and this is a deal breaker. XBMC doesn't send Dolby or DTS to my AVR (Optical), even when I play from the physical disk. My AVR only show ProLogic. It shows full surround when I play both the physical disk and my ripped files on Windows Media Player. Let me head off some standard answers. WASAPI: SPDIF is chosen as the default. And when I click on the sound options when playing in XBMC, a surround format is chosen. But still I get ProLogic, which sucks at best.