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Discussion in 'Moving Pictures' started by Sutekh, February 24, 2009.

  1. Frantid

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    Did you ever figure this out? I might be getting something similar, just started trying this out.

     
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    Hi,

    today i wanted to import some of my Blu-Ray Discs into the Database inside Mediaportal. (using MovingPictures 1.00 Beta 2)

    The import works without any problems. I just put the disc in the drive and the MovingPictures Importer automaticly recognizes it and imports it. As External Player I use PowerDVD9 (setted in the advanced configuration).

    The problem is that i cannot play the BluRay Disc after importing it. I even can't update the MediaInfo. It just says that the Media is not available.(Disc is still inside)

    Here are some pics:

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    These data looks right too me. (Only bdmv is written in lower cases)
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    Inside Mediaportal i got the same problem.
    (sorry for the bad picture and language ;) It says that the Disc is not available)

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    Don't know if it's because MP 1.0 Beta2. Never tested it in an previous version.

    Hope somebody can help me. Thanks

    (sry for my english)
     
  4. don_h

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    I'm having the same problem, using TMT3 as the external player, the inserted Disks are not detected. Mediaportal 1.1 beta, Moving Pictures 1.0 beta2. It worked before with Moving Pictures 0.7.5.
     
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    Since I'm not the only one with this problem I created a new Issue in the Bug tracker.
    Issue 699 - moving-pictures - Blu-Ray won't play after importing it. - Project Hosting on Google Code
     
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    Hello,

    I have the entire Planeth Earth Blu Ray collection stored on my harddrive. I setup an external player (TMT) for this in moving pictures. When I want to play it with my external player, it works fine.

    But I also setup the refresh rate changing thing in the advanced options. But this doesn't seem to work. Any ideas?

    I'm using Beta 2 of this excellent piece of software.
     
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    is this in .iso or folder structure? I am using folders, I've pointed to the path of TMT3 but only TMT3 loads up and the movie is not played.
     
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