I have a bunch of ISO blu ray 3d films and I want to watch it throught externall HDD on PS3......I dont know what to do?
Is possible to split a 30 and more GB file into FAT32 disk?
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No. It is not possible with your scenario. BD ISOs aren't just a bunch of miscellaneous files: as disc images of an authored format, they have a specific, clearly defined structure and ordering. Messing around with that (because of some arbitrary size limitation), destroys playability (especially in the case of 3d). Not only that, but FAT32 isn't a supported filesystem for most all authored disc formats: AudioCD, S/VCDs, DVD-Videos, DVD-Audios, SACDs,, BDs, 3DBDs, or UltraHD BDs.
Mount the ISOs on an HTPC (with a 3D player app) and play them directly out HDMI 1.4 to your 3DTV (bypassing the PS3).
Burn the ISOs to backup 3D BD-R/Es and just play them as discs in the PS3.
Extract the 3D video file assets from the ISO and use them as-is but contained in a more common container and use in an MVC-capable stereo player such as Stereoscopic Player, or convert to a more standard, frame-compatible 3D format and play in many players (possibly including the PS3 with proper layout, encoding & container).
@transp - yes I have a smartTv
@cornucopia - the first method I try and working properly....I mount image on laptop and connect it via HDMI 1.4 with PowerDVD and all working great in 3D.....but laptop is not mine and I only try this Solution
Second method with burning ISO is not possible cause I have a dead Blu ray optical disc in the ps3.....
And third method I dont understand fully....you say with extracting files and convert it to a more standard (you mean convert to SBS or h-SBS)?
Last edited by Dexy88; 28th Jun 2015 at 19:43.
Yes. (Understand you will lose some quality this way).
Ok thanks for help