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TECHNIQUES ARE FOR THE BOTTOM (clear side or side that is not labeled) OF YOUR DISC ONLY. What you will need: CD/DVD Cleaner Disc. Alcohol and/or Window Cleaner. Soft Tissue AND Paper Towel. Brasso brand metal polish. More than 1 very good disc recovery (not hard disk--media) program downloaded on your PC. If you require audio .cda file recovery (can be ...


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Since you have ripped Blu-ray, just make sure the ripped movie in in H.264 MP4 container which can be directly played with Plex. If your movies are saved in MKV file, the Plex does not currently support Direct Playing of MKV container videos. If the audio and video streams in the file are otherwise compatible, it will be Direct Streamed.


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Found this: http://www.intelliadmin.com/?p=7019 Works a treat and utilises the existing IMAPI in Windows. Doesn't say it supports Blu Ray, but it does. Tested it and works perfectly.


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Just use VLC. and it's free At least then if there are sync issues you can very easily just use a key-command to slide them back in line. Default is J or K [on Win] to slide by 50ms, which is usually fine enough to look OK. You can get it finer manually, though I've found it's rarely necessary, in Prefs [select All at the bottom] > Audio


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Much time later... I discovered the easiest way. Format USB as FAT 32. Use Winrar, 7zip to extract EFI capable ISO to Directory. (Like a windows 7/8/10 disk) (or a Linux Disk) [NOT a MAC Disk] Use a partition manager to toggle boot flag But if a disk contains large files over 4096 megs, they wont work in fat32 For Mac Disks, Best to convert the ...



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