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Blueray Quality over Stream(HTPC)?

post #1 of 4
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HI all

so i'm basically very anal about watching movies lately and only want to watch them on bluray.. Now i do have a HUGE library on my PC ( I use PLEX media server as i think it is incredible) and some of my PLEX movies are .MKV which is very sharp looking.. BUT,

If I am going to build a dedicated HT, and watch some 3D content is it the same exact image in your opinion, whether i am watching on a bluray player with the disc, or streaming it to my Projector through a PC or sorts? Thanks a lot

i am willing to convert every bluray i own to .mkv if the quality would be the same...
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HI all

so i'm basically very anal about watching movies lately and only want to watch them on bluray.. Now i do have a HUGE library on my PC ( I use PLEX media server as i think it is incredible) and some of my PLEX movies are .MKV which is very sharp looking.. BUT,

If I am going to build a dedicated HT, and watch some 3D content is it the same exact image in your opinion, whether i am watching on a bluray player with the disc, or streaming it to my Projector through a PC or sorts? Thanks a lot

i am willing to convert every bluray i own to .mkv if the quality would be the same...

As long as you don't compress your Blu-Rays, your MKVs will be identical. I prefer MakeMKV for my Blu-Ray rips.

I also use PLEX Media server, for my Dune HDTV 303D Media player. Works wonders.
post #3 of 4
If you want the best quality on your HTPC you can use powerdvd for your 3d files, and use mpc-hc with madvr for your mkv files that quality will be amazing.
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TY Both!
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