Ripped Bluray Plays on PS3

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by bluhd22, Mar 24, 2007.

  1. bluhd22

    bluhd22 Member

    Hello everybody, I want to start out by saying that I have been using Anydvd and now Anydvd HD for a long time now and they are the best of there kind. Now yesterday I made a complete rip to my harddrive of Talladega Nights ( Blu-Ray ). I then burned it as a Blu-Ray Data Disc , on a BD-RE with Nero. With the latest firmware 1.60 on the PS3 installed the PS3 reads the disc as a Blu-ray Data disc and lets you open all the folders, BDMV, etc, when you get to the stream folder , the largest file is the movie , click on that and it will play just fine in all its HD glory. There are no menus or chapters just the movie. I just thought some of you might want to know this and try it yourself.8)
     
  2. mick2006

    mick2006 Well-Known Member

    Very interesting to hear, so do you need this supposed nero plugin to burn the blu ray data disc, or is it part of the free update for nero 7 enhanced? I am assuming that the plugin isn't needed since it is simply burning a data disc.
     
  3. bluhd22

    bluhd22 Member

    No Plugin needed just the nero 7 enhanced update
     
  4. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    I burned a back-up with Roxio DVDit Pro HD on a BD-RE disc. Inserted the disc into v1.60 PS3 which sees the disc as a proper Blu-ray, and plays it perfectly, menus and everything.
     
  5. hddvdsupporter

    hddvdsupporter Well-Known Member

    that's all to expensive! there have to be a way to rip the bd-movie on a PS3 Harddisk! :-(
    but it's good to hear that a ripped blu-ray movie is running on a ps3 v1.60. But not v1.50 or?
     
  6. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    BD-RE support was added in OS v1.60. So no, BD-REs won't work on 1.5x.
     
  7. mick2006

    mick2006 Well-Known Member

    DVDit Pro HD is a very expensive program ($500), but it is still encouraging to know that it is working and that an actual backed up disc copy works.
     
  8. mick2006

    mick2006 Well-Known Member

    Another question involving backing up and playing movies using the data disc method-can you write to a 50gb rewritable disc with Nero?
     
  9. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    I think you need to find a BD-RE 50GB first :)
     
  10. mick2006

    mick2006 Well-Known Member

    I have seen a few on the net for around $80-$100, so unless a come across a cheaper one I think I'll wait awhile. The best case scenario for me, and I am sure many others is to stream the content to a media extender, but at the moment there are no media players out there that can handle the high bit rate, at least to my knowledge, and I have looked hard. I am hoping the Dlink DSM-750 will be able to do the job. Then I can simply rip it to the hard drive and stream it.
     
  11. bluhd22

    bluhd22 Member

    I recently purchased a Panasonic LMBE50DE 50GB Blu-ray RE Disc from Amazon for $ 49.13. I know its still alot of money but I wanted to experiment, and yes Nero will burn to it .
     
  12. hddvdsupporter

    hddvdsupporter Well-Known Member

    a sony 50gb blank media costs about 37,40 USD in europe.
     
  13. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    Ahh... I was looking for them in Japanese stores and couldn't find any, so I thought they weren't available yet. Good to know they're out there, though expensive as all hell.
     
  14. R@lfi

    R@lfi Member

    Hi,

    sorry for a rookie question :bowdown: ...

    is there any chance to use the BD-Drive in the PS3 with my notebook - e.g. over WLAN or LAN - to rip a BD with AnyDVDHD? Or is a separate BD-Drive for my PC a "must have" for this work ?
     
  15. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    You need a separate BD-drive.
     
  16. vidstan

    vidstan New Member

    I also have DVDit PROHD and I'm trying to burn a blu-ray bd-re and play it back on my PS3 with 1.60 update.
    The PS3 won't read my disc.
    I'm trying to burn a video that I made in Final Cut Pro HD. This was shot in HDV and transferred as a Quicktime file to DVDit ProHD and then burned on a Sony blu-ray BD-RE.
    What could I be doing wrong.
     
  17. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    ^^ Did you try to play the files on HDD or BD-RE with PowerDVD first to verify that that the content is actually Blu-ray compliant?
     
  18. vidstan

    vidstan New Member

    No, but I played it on a $1500 Pioneer blu-ray player and it played with no problem.
    I'm not sure why it would not be complient. I'm using DVDit pro HD software, using the Panasonic SW-5582 Blu-ray burner, and I'm burning it to a sony Blu-ray BD-RE. Unless the DVDit Pro HD software does not burn a Blu-ray complient disc, I'm at a loss.
    The PS3 also does not play DVD-R Discs.
     
  19. mick2006

    mick2006 Well-Known Member

    Your PS3 should certainly be capable of playing DVD-R discs. If not, then something is wrong with your player.
     
  20. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    The BD-RE works on a Pioneer, but not on the PS3? Definitely something's up with your PS3, then. Have you upgraded to v1.60?