Originally Posted by Jester435
Thanks for the respond.
A few followup questions
"Then, mount the Iso with DaemonTools lite (free) and play it with PowerDVD 9."
What does mount mean? will this work with TMT or just powerdvd 9? I like the way TMT looks better, but if powerdvd 9 works and is simple I will change my opnion
"I have dual Hard Drives in my Laptop, If yours has the Option, I'd highly recommend installing one."
My laptop has a 64gb SSD and 500gb HDD, so what do you mean installing one? This is not a desktop. I also bought a 640gb Toshiba External drive that I was planing on storing my Bluray files because I heard they can be 10gb per file. so my plan was to put around 50 movies and delete old ones or watched ones as I go.
thanks for the help. I am new to the game.
PowerDVD needs to see a virtual Drive where the Iso is mounted in.
This is where Daemontools comes in. TMT will work with it, too.
These programs won't play an iso without Daemontools mounting the Image first.
(as far as I know, anyways, someone correct me if I'm wrong please.)
Ok, so your Laptop has two Drives, one for the OS and one for Storage.
The full Iso will be around 45 GB, that is the full BD Movie with all the menu's, Trailers, etc.
Unless you extract the Movie only with, let's say BD-Rebuilder, then you end up with around 22 GB.
If you compress it down to 10 GB, you might as well watch a DVD.
(that is just my opinion)