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Old 12-09-2009   #1
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I use Western Digital HD TV.

Can anyone tell me how to run the TITLE MENU of a movie in DVD and Blu-Ray?

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They don't intend you to play ripped Blu-rays, so they don't make a provision for that. The only thing you can do is to change the file name.
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They don't intend you to play ripped Blu-rays, so they don't make a provision for that. The only thing you can do is to change the file name.

What file name?
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What file name?
The m2ts file. Instead of 0000.m2ts to MovieTitle.m2ts

That will work for the WD player, but will probably mess up in a PC player like PowerDVD.

I gave up trying to use ripped Blu-rays because 1) It's not legal and 2) It takes up too much room.

What I do is record Blu-rays using my Hauppauge 1212 HD-PVR Video Capture device because 1) It is legal and 2) Movie files are much smaller, like 9GB instead of up to 30GB. The file name can then be the movie title.
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The m2ts file. Instead of 0000.m2ts to MovieTitle.m2ts

That will work for the WD player, but will probably mess up in a PC player like PowerDVD.

I gave up trying to use ripped Blu-rays because 1) It's not legal and 2) It takes up too much room.

What I do is record Blu-rays using my Hauppauge 1212 HD-PVR Video Capture device because 1) It is legal and 2) Movie files are much smaller, like 9GB instead of up to 30GB. The file name can then be the movie title.
I agree. Everything legal - this way movies can continue to thrill us.

Thanks. Most obliged.
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I agree. Everything legal - this way movies can continue to thrill us.

Thanks. Most obliged.

Just for information, what is the equivalent file name of 0000.mts in Blu-Ray to DVD files?


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