System Manufacturer/Model Number Sony OS Main OS: Windows 7 64 bit, Secondary: Vista 32 bit CPU Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 @ 2.26 Ghz Motherboard Intel PM45 Memory 4GB DDR2 Graphics Card ATI Radeon Mobility HD3470 Sound Card Integrated Realtek Monitor(s) Displays Integrated (Laptop) 16.4 inch Screen Resolution 1600x900
Mouse Logitech Hard Drives 320 GB Internet Speed 1 Mb/s
Media Player Classic with CoreAVC + ffdshow works great for HD rips, meaning 720p or 1080p MKV files encoded with x264. Is this what you mean, or are you talking about playing proper Blu-ray through your computer into your tv?
i ran ffdshow with media center on vista, and it worked great on my 26" monitor connected via HDMI. i have not tried those videos or ffdshow on 7 yet, but 7 does HDTV through MCE whereas vista does not, so im sure videos would work too.
^^ Agree with the above with the note that the 'Deluxe' version doesn't support Blu-ray. 'PowerDVD Ultra' does and version 9 comes highly recommended as the best HD/Blu-ray player out there. That is, until Orion get their act together...
System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build/Mod OS Windows 7 Home Premium x64 7600 [MSDN] CPU Intel QX9650 Extreme 5.0 GHz Motherboard ASUS Rampage Extreme Rev2 Memory 8GB (4x2) Corsair Dominator DDR3 Graphics Card 2x Sapphire Radeon HD4870X2 (QuadFire) Sound Card SupremeFX X-Fi Monitor(s) Displays Dell 2408WFP 24" Panel Screen Resolution 1920x1200
Keyboard Logitech Mouse Logitech PSU Corsair HX1000 Case CoolerMaster - Cosmos S Cooling Custom Liquid - 320mm rad w/ 3x 80mm fans, CPU/NB/SB Blocks Hard Drives 4x WD Caviar Black 640GB (2TB+ Total)
MegaRAID SATA 300-8X Controller
2x RiDATA SataII SSD 64GB (Raid10)
1x LG Blu-ray read/write
1x Phillips LightScribe DVD read/write Internet Speed Fractional T1 - Shared Other Info OC'd to 5.0GHz @ 50c under full load