Originally Posted by sanderdvd
I know that the latest firmware does not support 3D Blu-Ray .iso anymore. So I unpacked my .iso file with winrar to BDMV structure folder. I connected my sata hdd directly to my oppo (esata input). However, the Oppo does not seem to like the BDMV folders. The picture is screwed up and as soon as I start the movie he hangs....
I thought BDMV structure folders where supported my the BDP-93 even with lastest firmware?
I would suggest you try playing the ISO on a PC first to confirm if the ISO is good: there are no guarantees that the ISO has been ripped correctly, especially if you obtained it from "other sources".
Alternatively, try burning the ISO to a BD-R disc.
You might get more foolproof unpacking results with Virtual CD (VCD) software from Slysoft: it's freeware.
The Oppo originally supported the AVCHD "trick", which was then augmented with BDMV folder capability. You might want to try ripping the BDMV and Certificate folders to an AVCHD folder and trying that. Even with ISO removal, both AVCHD and BDMV are still supported.
There are no guarantees of perfect playback with AVCHD or BDMV: even with 2D titles, there have been reports of glitches and 3D is just that much more onerous. For best results, ensure the HDD is defragmented.
ISO is the best container to use for an as close to original disc experience: that's why the studios nobbled it in the Oppo.