HD-DVD/BLU-RAY playback in PowerDVD 7.3

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by DonRon, Mar 17, 2007.

  1. DonRon

    DonRon Member

    Hi
    Im using "PowerDVD 6.5 HD-DVD edition" and it works fine but only for HD-DVD
    if i want bouth HD-DVD and BLU-RAY working i have to get PowerDVD 7.3
    but i cant get any of the 7.x vertions to play HD-DVD/BLU-RAY, it plays DVD/xvid ect. just fine ?

    how come the 6.5 version is working but non of the 7.x versions is working for HD-DVD/BLU-RAY playback ?

    GFX: 6800GT

    Cheers
     
  2. wdgoldstein

    wdgoldstein Beta Tester

    Read Cyberlinks Web Site

    The 6.5 you have will only work with one type of HD disc. 7.0 is not for HD or BD. You need purchase PowerDVD Ultra edition. Their version 7.3 (available only from support after purchase of Ultra will play both versions.
     
  3. DonRon

    DonRon Member

    think you missunderstud

    i cant get any of the PowerDVD 7.x ultra with ether blueray/hd-dvd support
    to play BLU-RAY or HD-DVD movies

    i have tryed
    PowerDVD 7.0 ultra edition with HD-DVD support
    PowerDVD 7.0 ultra edition with BLU-RAY support
    PowerDVD 7.1 ultra edition with HD-DVD support
    PowerDVD 7.1 ultra edition with BLU-RAY support
    PowerDVD 7.2 ultra edition with HD-DVD support
    PowerDVD 7.2 ultra edition with BLU-RAY support
    PowerDVD 7.3 ultra edition with HD-DVD/BLU-RAY support

    they will only play DVD/XVID ect.
    when i play HD-DVD or BLU-RAY its craches or blackscreen

    but
    PowerDVD 6.5 with HD-DVD support
    play HD-DVD just fine ?

    Cheers
     
    Last edited: Mar 17, 2007
  4. wdgoldstein

    wdgoldstein Beta Tester

    Sorry

    I did misunderstand your original post did not specify ultra edition. In that you have Power 6.5 am I right to assume that it came bundled with a computer? I suspect that the version you have was specially tailored for that system. What are your hardware specs? Do they meet those required by Cyberlink? How is your computer connected to your monitor?
     
  5. DonRon

    DonRon Member

    no i build the system my self and PowerDVD is the same type tryel as the others

    sorry why? isent that the hole point with "AnyDVD-HD" ?
    that yout dont have to have HDCP-ready GFX/monitor
    and if i can play it with 6.5 why not in 7.xxx ?

    my sys..

    WINDOWS XP HOME SP2 OEM
    AMD ATHLON64 3200+ 754
    MSI K8N NEO-FSR MS-7030 NVIDIA nForce3 250GB 754 AGP 4-8X SATA1
    P.O.W. 6800GT 256MB DVI AGP8X
    2x 1G KINGSTON VALUE PC3200/400
    DVD-RW: PLEXTOR PX-716A IDE
    2x 200G MAXTOR-DIAMOND-PLUS IDE
    Chili Innovation CP-510A 510W ATX
    NEOVO X-19 4MS DVI


    cheers
     
  6. wdgoldstein

    wdgoldstein Beta Tester

    Video Card

    MSI K8N NEO-FSR MS-7030 NVIDIA nForce3 250GB 754 AGP 4-8X [/QUOTE]

    This appears to be your problem. The cyberlink website states that only the following Nvidia cards are supported by 7.X Ultra. It may be the case that 6.5 supported lesser cards but 7.X Ultra does not.

    NVidiaGeForce
    7600 GT
    7800 GTX 512
    7900 GX2
    7900 GTX
    7950 GX2

    This is not an issue with HDCP and/or AnyDVD/HD. Rather how PowerDVD Ultra 7.X passes off processing to the GPU. With ATI the X1600, X1800 & X1900 series cards are supported while only the X1900 series cards support HDCP. Additionally Power 7.0 will play properly via an analog (standard VGA) connector to a non-HDCP monitor. The HDCP requirements appear not to have been implimented in disks as yet so as not to destroy the market for early adopters which would require purchase of new big screens. AnyDVD/HD gets rid of this requirement all together.
     
  7. DonRon

    DonRon Member

    ok thanks m8

    where did you find the GFX support list for "cyberlink PowerDVD 7.x ultra"
    and what about 8800 GTX/GTS

    well it have to be a "HD support" list as normal DVD/XVID ect. works fine in 7.x with my 6800GT

    cheers
     
  8. wdgoldstein

    wdgoldstein Beta Tester

    Video Cards

    The list I posted was straight off the Cyberlink website I personally have no information on the 8800 GTX/GTS.
     
  9. Slinger07

    Slinger07 Well-Known Member

  10. Slinger07

    Slinger07 Well-Known Member

    Works for me in both IE7 & Firefox :agree:
     
  11. mmace

    mmace Member

    me too in Firefox & Safari
     
  12. DonRon

    DonRon Member

    sorry my mistage :)

    dos PowerDVD 7.3 ultra with HD-DVD/BLU-RAY support
    willy work for bouth HD-DVD and BLU-RAY

    or is it the same as the other ones 7.0/7.1/7.2 were you have to pick one or the other

    cheers
     
    Last edited: Mar 20, 2007
  13. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Yes, it will.
     
  14. bachuka

    bachuka Well-Known Member

    i have a 8800 GTX and it works great, probably overkill but no complaints here
     
  15. tequila66

    tequila66 New Member

    ¿Why when I see a HD-DVD in DolbyTrueHD in the information I see MLP?
    It happens in all the HD-DVD's with DolbyTrueHD.
     
  16. HD43

    HD43 Well-Known Member

    This is soooooo ****** up.

    HDCP this.

    Blu Ray that.

    HD-DVD this.

    Ge force 278 this.

    ATi 234 that.

    ******* nonsense!

    Bring back BETAMAX!!!

    Or ******* Super 8mm.

    I used to watch Star Wars in C I N E M A S C O P E with an interchangeable anamorphic lens on ANY Super 8mm projector!

    Didn't cost much either.
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 22, 2007
  17. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    I respectfully request that you not swear on the forums, HD43. Please
    use civil diction when writing on these boards. Thank you

    http://forum.slysoft.com/showthread.php?t=4

    "We also do not allow posts that are sexual in nature or violate SlySoft community standards. The SlySoft team shall be the sole arbitrator of what does and what does not violate community standards."

    "We reserve the right to remove offensive posts without notice."

    Consider this a warning

    :policeman:
     
    Last edited: Apr 22, 2007
  18. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Dolby TrueHD is a lossless compressor, I believe MLP stands for lossless.
     
  19. DrinkLyeAndDie

    DrinkLyeAndDie Retired Moderator

    MLP == Meridian Lossless Packing. It's a lossless compression method for PCM audio.