Please excuse the cross post; however, I made this post
in the Oppo BDP-103 Owners Thread and it was suggested I post my questions here.Help/Question Re: MKV's
This is what is working for me so far, what is not and what I can not find answers to. Any info or help would be much appreciated.
All MKV Rips have been made using MakeMKV and played back via the Oppo BDP-103 Blu-Ray Player
- SD/DVD MKV Rips: All work without issue regardless of audio format (DD, DTS or PCM)
- Blu-Ray/BD MKV Rips: Video has zero issues.
- Blu-Ray/BD MKV Rips: Audio: with HDMI Set to Auto, everything works with the exception of Dolby TrueHD which I found out you have to specify LPCM instead of Auto and it works no problem. The only problem I am having is with Blu-Rays with Uncompressed PCM Soundtracks. I get a message saying the Audio Format is Not Supported, this is with HDMI Set to Auto, Bitstream or LPCM.
I found this on AVS
: "open MKVmerge GUI, and go to File -> Header Editor. Then go to File -> Open and browse to your MKV. Scroll down to the audio track that contains the LPCM audio and change the Codec ID from "A_MS/ACM" to "A_PCM/INT/LIT". Then File -> Save."
I tried it and still no go. When I select the LPCM Soundtrack all I get is static output regardless of HDMI Setting Auto, Bitstream, or LPCM.
Can anyone provide any insight to this and how to fix it? Is this a MakeMKV issue or an Oppo Issue? If it is MakeMKV, can anyone recommend an alternate software that would alleviate this problem.
Thanks in advance.