Originally Posted by Vaggeto
A few other questions I'm not finding the answer to:
1) When I open a blu-ray folder from WMC>Media Browser>External player: TMT5.
Is there anyway for windows to auto-adjust the refresh rate to 23p instead of the normal 60p it's on? (and have it change back when I exit the movie?)
Currently I'm manually changing the windows resolution but this won't be very user-friendly when I put away the keyboard/mouse.
2) When I open a blu-ray folder from WMC>Media Browser>External player: TMT5. How do I close TMT5 without a mouse? It seems like I have to manually exit out of it to go back to the 7MC media browser interface. Pressing stop just sits at the blank TMT5 interface and the normal "exit/back" button I used for 7MC navigation doesn't do
For the refresh rate you can try autofrequency.
Made a guide on the MB forum.
Tmt was so stupid to remove the back button in tmt5.
So only way to quit tmt5 is with shift f4.
How's that for wmc integration.
Hope they will fix this issue soon.
Main reason why I still use tmt3.
And the annoying screen you get when you load a iso.
Where you need to choose which drive to use.
The optical or the virtual one.
And in the background you can hear the iso already playing.
Wonder why they broke some of the important things.
That works fine with tmt3.