Originally Posted by GreenEyez
Full Blu Ray support using Total Media Theater 3/5
SoftwareTMT 3/5 configuration
Install/update to the latest version.
In options, the audio tab :
-> For bitstreaming : Select HDMI and "Use primary audio"
-> For analog audio : Choose your speaker configuration
-> Make sure hardware acceleration is turned on.XBMC config file
-> Enable "Hidden files and folders" in the Windows Explorer options
-> Place the downloaded Playercorefactory.xml file inside : C:\\Users\\\\AppData\\Roaming\\XBMC\\UserData
Now when you use the play disk button, the Blu Ray in the disk drive will play, launching the TMT3 7MC plugin (the one used for playback with Windows 7 Media Center).
I apologize in advance for the long post...
I'm just pulling my hair out here...I've followed this and no love. First, I installed XBMX RC2 and tried to play a BD ISO and nothing (sometimes a pop-up says "playback failed, check log"... I have't checked any logs, will probably go to the XBMC forums with log help, if needed.
I used ClownBD to convert the ISO to a mt2s file and now XBMC plays the movie. This would be fine, but it takes soooo long for ClownBD to fnish.
I discovered your guide and was excited to see I can use TMT to get BD payback...
So, I installed TMT5 (trial version...could this be my problem??) and dropped the playercorefactory.xml into the described directory and still nothing. I did notice that I had to edit this file so the path to uMEDVDPlayer is correct (see copied line below). *Note: I am running Win7 64 Pro, so Program Files has the added (x86)..should there be a space after "Program Files" between the (x86)? I'll try removing the space...C:\\Program Files (x86)\\ArcSoft\\TotalMedia Theatre 5\\uMCEDVDPlayer5.exe
The next line in the .xml refers to "D:" Should I be changing this to the server path where my ISO's are stored? Leave it alone?
I launched 7MC and the TMT 5 plugin is present and it works...
I really, really want BD's to play through XBMC (ISO or folers...don't care). I'm guessing it shouldn't matter which style I choose (ISO or folders), but I have all my DVD's ripped to ISO and would prefer to keep that the same.
Win7 64 Pro OS
ASUS P7H55M-PRO MB (4 Gig of RAM)
Using the on-board Intel Graphics