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    REQ: BDP6000/12 ISO support

    Is it possible to play (blu-ray) ISO files?
    Or will this come in a future firmware release?

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    i guess not... to my knowledge it's just for disc-burning...

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    I do agree with kwinnie, ISO image files can not be reproduced by players.

    Andrea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiro View Post
    I do agree with kwinnie, ISO image files can not be reproduced by players.

    Andrea
    They can, albeit not as a general rule...many media players based on blu-ray chipsets can...it's the matter od programming it and the general-purpose grunt of the SoC in question...also some legal issues may prevent the inclusion of ISO support...

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    Hi,

    you can try the Philips home media player (HMP3000, HMP5000, ...) - they should be able to play ISO files...

    Toengel@Alex

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