How to watch movies via USB in Blu-ray Ultra?
I can not find a Blu-ray UlLTra device that plays movies via USB
Someone told me that you can play any movie in Blu-ray if you do such a process:
1. Download tsMuxeR software to your computer, run a movie through it
The software downloads protections and after a few seconds the movie is ready
2. Connect the film through the DNLA network
Does this method work for those who do not have a WIFI network
Can see via USB ?
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Only OPPO 203 can transmit 4K HDR movies on USB
Because there is no more OPPO I turned to other companies
2. Blu-ray Ultra Panasonic 820/9000 or Sony 1100
I was told he could work with movies like .REMUX.
3. tuning tsMuxeR software to TS it lowers the protections from the movie and so the Blu-ray through DNLA can get the signal from the movie
I thought that the manuals might state that UHD video was supported or was not supported and what file extensions should be used for UHD video. However, I found no information about UHD video file playback over USB in any of the manuals. The OPPO 203 manual mentioned support for DLNA devices. The manuals for the other players only mentioned home network server support for specific types of video and audio but said nothing about DLNA support.
Since I found no help in the manuals you will need to wait for someone else to reply with the results of tests performed with their player.
Last edited by usually_quiet; 15th Oct 2020 at 15:52. Reason: typo and grammarIgnore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord, Snoopy329
Attaches to you the answer from the US store that single-handedly sells the Blue Ray Ultra Panasonic 9000
Yes, the manuals for every UHD Blu-ray player that I looked at listed only a few audio formats that are permitted when playing media files from USB. I noticed Dolby Atmos and DTS:X were not supported for USB playback using any of those UHD Blu-ray players. Transport streams (TS, MTS, M2TS, M2T) containing HEVC video or AVC video are restricted to standard audio formats, such as Dolby Digital, DTS, and AAC, plus perhaps LPCM, MPEG, or MP3 for some players.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord, Snoopy329
My guess is that the specs for UHD playback devices, especially non-disc playback became more strict because Blu-Rays and ultimately UHD copy protection was cracked far quicker than had been anticipated. UHD's copy protection was supposed to to be uncrackable. Result. You want everything a UHD offers? Play the original disc.
FYI, Robert Zohn and Value Electronics specializes in mid to high end electronics, sometimes being the exclusive retailer of them as with the Panasonic 9000. Bottom line, believe what he says.
Edit: If DVDFab does what you need, it's because they aren't licensed by the Blu-Ray Association and operate out of China. Not that it's a bad thing, just stating why they can offer hardware and software that does things that others can't, for example proper (supposedly) Blu-Ray menu playback.
Last edited by lingyi; 15th Oct 2020 at 17:00.
From the tsMuxer description with nothing about lowering or removing and protections. It's not there.
"tsMuxer is a Transport Stream muxer. Remux/mux elementary streams, EVO/VOB/MPG, MKV/MKA, MP4/MOV, TS, M2TS to TS to M2TS. Supported video codecs H.264/AVC, H.265/HEVC, VC-1, MPEG2. Supported audio codecs AAC, AC3 / E-AC3(DD+), DTS/ DTS-HD."
What it does do is put it into a container (.mkv, .mp4, .avi) that your streaming program can work with.
It's like NVIDIA SHIELD and it's not quality
Can play everything without quality like pansonic 9000
abd not have HDR 10+
Explain what "...lowers the protections from the movie...?
Who claim to have succeeded
It is possible that some of the protections that the film has remained like in MKV
I noticed Dolby Atmos and DTS:X were not supported for USB playback using any of those UHD Blu-ray players.
Except for stereo
I have tried players to computer here some are nice and some work with fewer bugs
But no one gives quality HDR or quality 4k ....
They all look at a resolution lower than 4K or 1080P
( All movies look less good than 4K YouTube which comes at 50-60 mbps In connection with a smart TV )
The players seem to be playing only part of the informant of the film
(If the movie comes in REMUX 50--100mb in practice it is like playing in 5-10 mb quality)
This is because computer processors come with new commands like AVX or AVX2 or AVX512 and players very old commands
And therefore cannot process a large number of bits
Also not suitable for new processors whose commands have changed
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