Originally Posted by dougindy
I can confirm that I am able to browse the contents of the disc using windows explorer (win 8.1 pro). The disc contains 4 main folders labeled AACS, BDMV, CERTIFICATE, and DFEX.
Inside the BDMV folder are the following: 8 Folders- AUXDATA, BACKUP, BDJO, CLIPINF, JAR, META, PLAYLIST, STREAM, and 2 files, index.bdmv and MovieObject.bdmv
In the STREAM folder are 81 M2TS files, the largest of which is 00011.m2ts which is 45.4GB in size. When i try to play the 00011.m2ts file in power dvd 15 i get the error message: "CyberLink PowerDVD does not support the playback of this media format."
Windows does not report any statistics about this video file including data rate, etc.
Given that I can browse the disc structure I am very hopeful that an update to PowerDVD will enable disc playback.
If anyone has anything they would like me to try, let me know.
That is very good news indeed.
If you install MPC-HC, there is a good chance that the large m2t file will play.
And forget Cyberlink, all that has to be done now is to give James a poke over at SlySoft and we can use MPC-HC, which IMO is better then Power DVD.
I also contacted LG and this is what I got:
Thank you for contacting LG Home Entertainment Email Services!
As of now, we don’t have news yet for firmware update or optical disc drive that includes AACS 2.0 enabled. I will pass this email of yours to our IT Department and will ask any information that is related to this issue. I will notify you through email as soon as we get a reply
And one more thing, when you right click on the disc and go to properties, what is the total size of the disc ?