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  1. hello,

    i have on my PC a folder of a Blu-ray movie.
    these are the folders i have:

    BDMV
    CERTIFICATE
    SLY!

    the total size is about 39 GB.
    how can i play it from my PC ? i tried using COREL windvd 2010 --> open from folder.
    but nothing...
    is there any other way to open it ?

    Thanks.
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  2. I'm a Super Moderator johns0's Avatar
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    TotalMedia Theatre 3 will play the folder,better than windvd and pdvd.
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    You should also be able to play the individual .m2ts files in the BDMV/STREAM folder with MPC-HC or ZoomPlayer, or a few other players. Usually the largest .m2ts file is the main movie, but some BDs split that over several .m2ts files. TM3 is a bit expensive just for playback of a ripped BD unless you plan to use it for BD disc playback also.
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  4. hmm..
    well i want to enjoy all the futures of the blu-ray. whice include the menu. changing the language , or sound. and ect..
    if i just play the m2ts file it will play the movie alone..
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    Then I would also recommend TMT3. It works much better than the competition, IMO.
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  6. yes! thank you !
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  7. I have both TMT3(extreme) and PowerDVD, the former came with my HD-PVR, the latter came with my BD-ROM. TMT3 is by far the better player.
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    Originally Posted by fritzi93
    I have both TMT3(extreme) and PowerDVD, the former came with my HD-PVR, the latter came with my BD-ROM. TMT3 is by far the better player.
    No surprise there. PowerDVD becomes less functional and less useful with each new release. At this point it honestly wouldn't surprise me if the next release refused to play anything.
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