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Windows 7: No sound on m2ts file from blueray played on wmp

04 Oct 2009   #11

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by raj1402 View Post
i tried powerdvd wmp vlc nero

everything

only vlc plays both audio and video but video is lagging distorted

wmp plays the video best

i guess my sys configuration can handle blue ray playback as it plays video well on wmp i guess it sproblem with codecs
Raj, that will depend on your hardware.
I suggest you update your video card graphics driver, also is your monitor able to handle HD out put either in DVI or HDMI?
Also is your blu ray disc player configured in DMA mode or Ultra DMA?


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05 Oct 2009   #12

win 7 build 7600.16385 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Adrian View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by raj1402 View Post
i tried powerdvd wmp vlc nero

everything

only vlc plays both audio and video but video is lagging distorted

wmp plays the video best

i guess my sys configuration can handle blue ray playback as it plays video well on wmp i guess it sproblem with codecs
Raj, that will depend on your hardware.
I suggest you update your video card graphics driver, also is your monitor able to handle HD out put either in DVI or HDMI?
Also is your blu ray disc player configured in DMA mode or Ultra DMA?

its something to do with audio format its true HD DTD 5.1 channel

yeah monitor can support full HD i tried sample video from microsoft website in wmp it play audio and video perfect

i got latest graphics driver

i extrated files to hard disk and tried

i didnt try directly from blu ray disk hmm im just give up
thanks for suggestion though!!!
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08 Oct 2009   #13

 
Playback Blu Ray

Raj, if I may suggest that you try Any_DVD_HD
You can get for a 21 day trial period but then you need to purchase the license. Rip the blu ray disk as an image to your HD.
Then use virtual clone and playback using power dvd.
This may resolve your issues.
Regards,
Adrian
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08 Oct 2009   #14

windows 8.1 Pro x64
 
 

AC3Filter should do the trick

Only codecs I have installed atm are CoreAVC and the Haali Media Splitter it includes along with AC3Filter. I haven't run into anything WMP can't play like butter.
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15 Oct 2009   #15

Windows 7
 
 

You can get Media Player and Media center to play m2ts files with sound. You should be using ffdshow (which comes with k-lite codec pack). If so then there is a tool you can use to change what filter to use. Follow the below link to download the tool to let you do this:

Codec Guide: Windows 7 Preferred DirectShow Filter Tweak Tool

Run the tool and select ffdshow instead of microsoft as the preferred filter. Also make sure when you are demuxing your blue ray disks that you are down converting the truhd/hddts audio to normal aac/DTS. Your tool should let you specify that. Currently there is no reliable way of playing TruHD audio through the pc (even PowerDVD downconverts on the fly) without purchasing a $200 audio card.
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16 Oct 2009   #16

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by raj1402 View Post
i tried to play m2ts file from blueray in wmp i get video but i dont get audio of the file how to get audio of files from blueray
All you need is a single, properly built, codec package specifically designed to handle Windows 7 issues. For this Media Center issue, install the Shark007.net - Windows 7 Codecs (version 2.0 or greater), go to the SWAP TAB, select to disable WMF, then go to the MPG~MP4 TAB and select the blu-ray splitter.

If you're on an x64 OS, get the Shark007.net - x64 Codecs Components package and follow the same instruction in the x64 Settings Application. If you'd prefer to use a different H264 codec, the 32bit package gives you 4 to choose from instantly and a 5th, CoreAVC, if you have it available.
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18 Oct 2009   #17

Windows 7
 
 

The shark007 will solve most your problems, specially when it comes to bluerays that have the h264 codec for video. However, Windows 7 will not play HD video encoded with VC-1. It's extremely weird considering VC-1 is a windows codec. You'll need to convert your m2ts or ts files to mkv (Matroska) and use shark007's codecs to play them through windows media player and wmc. The easiest way to convert your files to mkv is to use shark007 MetaFox application: Shark007.net - Tools for codecs

Matroska is nothing more then a container so you won't lose any quality. In fact it users a better compression algorithm so your files might acutally be a bit smaller which is nice if your hard up on disk space!

Hope this helps!
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05 Dec 2009   #18

windows vista
 
 

hey i have got similar problem.

i downloaded ICE AGE 3 Bluray 20GB file with .m2ts extension. i was able to play the video but no sound. can some one please help me out.

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 2009 Bluray 1080p TrueHD H264 DTS 5.1 HDCLUB

above is the description of the file type.

plzzzzzzz help me out ASAP

thanks in advance
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05 Dec 2009   #19

Windows 7
 
 

Are you sending your sound to an A/V Recevier or directly from your computer to the speakers?
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