Playing Blu ray on PS3

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Found 10th Feb 2011
Hi all,

I am hoping to get some advice for a PS3 problem.

I have ripped a few blu rays and put onto an external HDD, I then tried to play those films but I get the following problem.

Video = Fine
Sound = Nothing but if I fast forward to 1.5 I can hear the sound..

Any ideas please?

Oh and no "watch the film on fast forward then" I tried but it was all squeaky for my liking.
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it sounds to me like a codec problem of some sort!! try using a different codec or container!!
How have you "ripped" them ?.
Original Poster
codec/container????...am lost already

ripped them about 8-10 months ago but since it did not work I did not bother and now do not remember the software I used. Only asked now because I saw help threads on PS3 problem.
Original Poster
how do I change to a different file type please?
I would use "Super" or "mkv2vob" and "PS3 media server" and you should have no problems, people complain about using PS3's for streaming but if you wire them rather than wireless and use the right software it is an amazing bit of kit! complainers usually don't know what they are doing! I also tend to stick with downloading in AC3 etc where I can to prevent problems!!
Edited by: "woddle1000" 10th Feb 2011
Original Poster
Thank you I shall try those 2 pieces of sofware and see how I get on.
skylinedude

Thank you I shall try those 2 pieces of sofware and see how I get on.



...or just play the original Blu-ray Discs on your PS3 instead.

BFN,

fp.
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fanpages

...or just play the original Blu-ray Discs on your PS3 instead.BFN,fp.



I could do that but where is the fun, this way you learn something too
skylinedude

I could do that but where is the fun, this way you learn something too



and maybe use 'free' copies??
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manc80

and maybe use 'free' copies??



I did not know that this could be done, if this is true then the world is my oyster...Just need to learn where and how lol
skylinedude

I did not know that this could be done, if this is true then the world is … I did not know that this could be done, if this is true then the world is my oyster...Just need to learn where and how lol




I am sure if someone wanted to you could quite easily play ripped BR to your Ps3 over the network......
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was having difficulty on setting my PS3 and Win 7 PC to share, PS3 would find the PC as a media share but would not locate any files. Read a lot of "how to's" but no joy. Might try the Media Sever software but I think I would rather have it on a HDD, that way I do not have to have the PC on with all it's associated noises
Edited by: "Deleteaccount" 10th Feb 2011
skylinedude

was having difficulty on setting my PS3 and Win 7 PC to share, PS3 would … was having difficulty on setting my PS3 and Win 7 PC to share, PS3 would find the PC as a media share but would not locate any files. Read a lot of "how to's" but no joy. Might try the Media Sever software but I think I would rather have it on a HDD, that way I do not have to have the PC on with all it's associated noises



only issue with that is the formatting of the HD. PS3 formatting does not allow for the large file sizes a BR requires. easiest way is to share using msoft media player.
Edited by: "manc80" 10th Feb 2011
hard-wire your PS3, use PS3 media server to browse your computers hard drive, it sets up sharing etc by default once installed and eliminates the need to split files into 4GB slices. then just browse your computer on your ps3 under "videos" simple as that!
Original Poster
Yes, I think I will try the Media Server software and see it goes with that
Banned
so what are the filetypes of the ripped videos? AVI?

if they are, transcode them using xvid4psp (using PS3 output setting)

winnydows.com
Original Poster
Just checked and the files are in MP4 format
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