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Windows 7: Best current version of Blu ray application?

21 Jan 2012   #11
FuturDreamz

Windows 8 Pro (32-bit)
 
 

From what I can tell .114 fixed/enabled HDCP support (but doesn't give an error - only once I tried Corel WinDVD did I have any indication that it might be my use of VGA).

Unfoutunatly, it seems my cheap TV doesn't support 1:1 pixel mapping over HDMI. That'll be something to look for when I go to upgrade it.


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22 Jan 2012   #12
Nightreaper

Win 7 64bit Desktop/Win 7 32bit Laptop
 
 

Hi, have any of you guys tried this DAPlayer - Free HD Bluray Video Multimedia Player Software

I use it for mkv,avi,divx,mp4 etc: as of yet i haven't bothered with a blu-ray drive so can't testify to its capabilities.

Its free software so maybe worth a try!


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22 Jan 2012   #13
FuturDreamz

Windows 8 Pro (32-bit)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Nightreaper View Post
Hi, have any of you guys tried this DAPlayer - Free HD Bluray Video Multimedia Player Software

I use it for mkv,avi,divx,mp4 etc: as of yet i haven't bothered with a blu-ray drive so can't testify to its capabilities.

Its free software so maybe worth a try!


Nightreaper.
Very interesting... I have no use for all of the other doodads of the other programs, so this would be perfect!

Does this work in WMC though?
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22 Jan 2012   #14
jumanji

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit
 
 

Nope. It does not have a W7MC plug-in.

One must be aware that Blu-ray standards have not been finalised yet and kept open. That's why newer protection algorithms are emerging as it ploughs on and such newer algorithms will require updates to the players to cope with them.

While the free players may play the current breed of commercial BDs, one day you may find that your brand new shiny BD will not play. It will require a patch from the developer and if he does promptly put out the patches to take into account the newer protection algorithms, it will be only for the licensed, and you will be forced to buy.

So be warned. Your free lunch may not hold forever.
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