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PowerDVD 16.0.2011.60 playback issue: cannot play Bluray folder in TV mode
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Hicham_B [Avatar]
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Hi,

I've tested it one more time with a BD folder on my drive, and it seems to work. Please see my capture.

If it is not the same one your side, please share some screenshots/screen records.

Thank you

Greetings

Hicham
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Capture_1.wmv
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BD folder
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9115 Kbytes
 Downloaded:
212 time(s)
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stewart_pk [Avatar]
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I rip blurays to BD folder with Redfox AnyDVD HD and have the latest AMD video drivers installed and have never seen this problem.
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EddyHD [Avatar]
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Thank you for your help to resolve this ongoing problem.

We don’t have issue with .mkv or .ISO files. We have problems with Blu-ray movies into a folder. Let me explain:

I have a collection of blue-ray movies. Those movies I copied to a Hard Drive into a computer (I use DVDFab to copy). I didn’t copy as ISO or MKV file, just as movie folder with sub directories likes MDMV and Certificate.

Normally and before those updates, I start playing the movie with one click. I can archive that only with PC mode.

I hope will clarified the situation,

Eddy
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EddyHD [Avatar]
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Hi Hicham,

At last has been fixed...!

I downloaded the build 2406 patch and installed.

I highlight the movie folder and press the spacebar and the movie start. On the other hand, I press the arrow (play) button form my control remote and... THE MOVIE START!

Took it few months to fixed... but was fixed at last.

Regards,

Eddylaughing
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Mutant [Avatar]
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I signed up here specifically to reply to this post.

It seems that PowerDVD looks for the EXACT folder structure of a BDMV disc. I was trying to open my multiple disc folders that I have and one of them opened fine! From there on it was straigh-forward, I found the difference in that and the other discs, the absence of a folder named AUXDATA in the BDMV folder. So /disc/BDMV/AUXDATA folder needs to be there, even if an empty folder and then the disc folder is properly recognized by PowerDVD and it plays it just like a physical BD with menus and everything.

EDIT: I was using PowerDVD 19 btw, but I think it should also work for older versions.

EDIT2: Oh damn. I didn't see that the thread had a second page, oh well still keeping this in case SOMEONE finds it.

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EddyHD [Avatar]
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Thank's for your information.
I didn't know about the Auxdata, but I check my Blu-Ray's colection and all of them have that file.
Anyway, thank you for that tip.
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