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To find the correct playlist I use Process Monitor; a free utility from Microsoft.
Open Process Monitor. Go to Filter > Filter.
Create a Filter to match these conditions: Path, contains, MPLS, include.
Click 'Add' then 'Apply' then 'OK'
Close Process Monitor.
Open PowerDVD and load disc. Skip through any trailers etc until you get to the disc menu.
Minimize PowerDVD and open Process Monitor. Process Monitor should have a box showing what filters were in effect last time > Click OK.
Switch back to PowerDVD and select 'Play Movie'
Wait until you see the movie start. After a few few seconds hit pause.
Switch back to Process Monitor. The MPLS will be listed in the last events shown. That is the correct main movie playlist.
This is such a great idea! This ought to be a sticky on the main post or something.

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To find the correct playlist I use Process Monitor; a free utility from Microsoft.
Open Process Monitor. Go to Filter > Filter.
Create a Filter to match these conditions: Path, contains, MPLS, include.
Click 'Add' then 'Apply' then 'OK'
Close Process Monitor.
Open PowerDVD and load disc. Skip through any trailers etc until you get to the disc menu.
Minimize PowerDVD and open Process Monitor. Process Monitor should have a box showing what filters were in effect last time > Click OK.
Switch back to PowerDVD and select 'Play Movie'
Wait until you see the movie start. After a few few seconds hit pause.
Switch back to Process Monitor. The MPLS will be listed in the last events shown. That is the correct main movie playlist.
Very nice and thanks so much. On behalf of myself and Lionsgate Executives we sincerely thank you for your contribution.
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Is there any program that will keep the HD 7.1 track? every program I tried is only good for up to 5.1 audio it seems.

Ghost protocol and The Hobbit are both good examples.
MakeMkv does. As does hd dvd/blu ray stream extractor.
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Very nice and thanks so much. On behalf of myself and Lionsgate Executives we sincerely thank you for your contribution.
Only problem is you need a software player that does full BD menus. I don't believe any of those are free.

Can we count on you to keep posting the correct playlists here?

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Only problem is you need a software player that does full BD menus. I don't believe any of those are free.

Can we count on you to keep posting the correct playlists here?
Definitely. Mom needs a project. Since my father passed away she needs a diversion. And Lionsgate is her new pet project.
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This is such a great idea! This ought to be a sticky on the main post or something.
Or simply select main movie in (free) DVDfab and select the title shown there which often is correct (especially when updated to bypass latest protections).

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If you don't have a commercial player then one can use the free Pot Player, assuming you have AnyDVD installed.
1. AnyDVD running
2. Run Process Monitor (same filter setting as mentioned above)
3. Fire up Pot Player and wait for the movie to start playing
4. The MPLS will be listed in the last events shown.
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Or simply select main movie in (free) DVDfab and select the title shown there which often is correct (especially when updated to bypass latest protections).
i found dvdfab to not always be correct
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