|05 Aug 2013||#5|
Have you tried the latest release of vlc
VideoLAN - VLC 2.0.8 Twoflower
Should play 1080p quality without any trouble -- I don't bother with BLU RAY -- I'm not buying into any system that has DRM and keys -- and playing BLU RAY on any device -- even a domestic DVD player is a lottery anyway -- not surprised why that format is failing abysmally.
I don't have any trouble with 1080p (full HD) with VLC -- mind you I always transfer movies first to HDD via things like AnyDVD or download from the internet. All the codecs should be there in VLC including things like H264.
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|06 Aug 2013||#6|
Lots of options in Preferences..., but to make your life easy to begin with use the attached INI file (after setting Preferences -> General -> check "store settings to INI file". It should be placed in C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\PotPlayerMini64\PotPlayerMini64.ini (to replace the one you find there).
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