Originally Posted by HTPCat
I am not sure, but I don't think you can bitstream TMT3 from file so how about trying to play from folder (this is how I play all of my 300 + Blu-rays). Open TMT3 .180 and at the bottom click on folder to select source and then click on Open disc folder then point to the folder with the volume label of the movie like Avatar or The Dark Knight the OK button should light up and then click it and it should start playing - hopefully bitstreaming DTSHD-MA.
Thank you so much, HTPCat, under your inspiration and help, I think I found my solution for HD Audio Bitsteaming.
For all the iso files, I use TMT 3 to bitstream, by using Deamon Tools to mount the iso file as a bluray disk.
For all the bluray files (with "BDMV" and "Certificate" folders), drag "BDMV" folder to TMT3. It did not work until I found there are some bluray disk folder missing, and using a little tool called "bdrom.rar" to complete all the missing folders. You will need this tool to complete all the folders before you create an iso file if you want to.
For all the rest, such as Remux bluray files, I finally found PotPlayer can bitsream today.
my setup is Gigabyte H57USB3, i5 650, MEI Installed. TMT3 version 185, Potplayer newest version.
It took me 2 weeks to find out above, under warmest help from many friends here. Thank HTPCat again.
Hope these can help others as well.