Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by newgen2005, Feb 21, 2008.
Which is the best version of PowerDVD to use?, one that allows ripped playback would be good.
Conventional wisdom on this forum still recommends 3319a, the last of the line supporting HDD playback
Thanks mate, ill give that version a try.
I use the 3730 latest with iso's from HDDVD and DVD's and im sure the sound is a lot better. I use xi-fi and seperate cables for pcm output to individual channels.
I can say this though that it uses more memory.
I normal disable page file but this version with the xp o/s needed more than 1GB.
I also use 3730 with iso's. I had to update as I wanted to be able to mix pcm and truehd to DTS
Just got my Blu-Ray drive today. Have been using PowerDVD 3319 for ripped HD DVD with no problems. Am I correct in the following if I move to 3730. I am using Vista with SP1 RTM.
1. I will have to convert all my HD DVD's to ISO
2. 3730 will not play BD+ ISO's (at this time)
3. 3319 will not play profile 1.1 Blu-Ray but 3730 will?
4. 3319 will play ripped BD+ from ISO
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