Originally Posted by syk69
I'm interested in the Dune base 3.0. Was wondering if I put a SATA 1TB HDD in the 3.5" bay, does the drive have to be formatted in ext2 partition? Or can I format the HDD as NTFS pass my movies over from my computer then put it in the dune player?
Trying to see how to transfer ripped blurays from computer to a HDD to put in the dune player HDD bay. Without having to use an extra HDD to plug into the eSATA or USB ports to copy over to the HDD thats in the 3.5" bay. The ripped blurays will be in either ISO, MKV, BDMV, or M2TS depending on what the player likes best.
Will the player decode the HD audio codecs from the MKV or M2TS files so that I can get HD audio on my HDMI 1.1 receiver? or is it just passthrough (bitstream)?
Here all answers for You: http://www.digitalconnection.com/Pro...ideo/base3.asp
HDMI 1.1-not support Dolby True HD, DTS HD HRA, DTS HD MA-only HDMI 1.3.
Blu-Ray discs (Profile 1.1/2.0)
Files on Blu-Ray (BD-R, BD-RE), DVD (DVD-ROM, DVD+-R, DVD+-RW), CD (CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW) discs
Files on USB drives (USB HDD, USB flash, USB card readers etc)
Files in local network from PC or NAS (NFS and SMB)
IPTV (free channels UDP/RTP MPEG-TS, H.264/MPEG-2)
Internet radio (HTTP/MP3)
File formats: MKV, MPEG-TS, MPEG-PS, M2TS, VOB, AVI, MOV, MP4, QT, ASF, WMV, DVD-ISO, VIDEO_TS.
Video codecs: MPEG2, MPEG4, DivX, XVID, WMV9, VC1, H.264.
Audio codecs: AC3 (DD), EAC3 (DD+), DTS, MPEG 1/2/3, AAC, LPCM, WMA, WMAPro, Dolby True HD, DTS HD HRA, DTS HD MA (HD-formats for Blu-Ray playback only).
Subtitle formats: Plain text, SSA/AAS, SRT, VOB.
FAT16/32 (read-write) EXT2/EXT3 (read-write), NTFS (read-only)