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Hi All, I am wanting to put my entire blu-ray collection onto my PC so I can stream to my PS3. I have bought AnyDVDHD and iSkysoft video converter to convert them to H.264 however I have done two n…
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banned7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Hi All, I am wanting to put my entire blu-ray collection onto my PC so I can stream to my PS3.

I have bought AnyDVDHD and iSkysoft video converter to convert them to H.264 however I have done two now and both are in German even though I changed the language to English on AnyDVD

Anyone out there know what I'm doing wrong?
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banned7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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hi what i do at home is remux the films using tsmuxer so that they are ps3 compatible, and then stream them using Tversity without transcoding or copy them to portable drive an play them, using tsmuxer means you don't have to re-encode the video so you don't lose any picture or sound quality but have smaller file sizes due to removing unwanted audio languages, subtitles etc. what you do with tsmuxer depends on the video and audio file types, some will stream to ps3 fine, some need to be copied to portable hd and played, thats how i do it anyway and ive got a nice collection of loss-less blurays that i can play back on my pc and ps3, if u want me to explain it a bit more just let us know
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hi what i do at home is remux the films using tsmuxer so that they are ps3 compatible, and then stream them using Tversity without transcoding or copy them to portable drive an play them, using tsmuxer means you don't have to re-encode the video so you don't lose any picture or sound quality but have smaller file sizes due to removing unwanted audio languages, subtitles etc. what you do with tsmuxer depends on the video and audio file types, some will stream to ps3 fine, some need to be copied to portable hd and played, thats how i do it anyway and ive got a nice collection of loss-less blurays that i can play back on my pc and ps3, if u want me to explain it a bit more just let us know


Thanks for info on tsmuxer I'll check it out, hopefully this will help..>Repped
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Dude, I just started using this program which is made for this exact reason. just get the right file and it splits it up so you can read it with fat32, thinking about it, if its on your pc you can prob just play it straight as ps3 plays the .mts file anyway.

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