BDMV, Dune HD1 and NAS drives

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  1. Pindi

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    Hi,

    I've ripped a few of my Blu rays to a HDD I have in my Dune HD1 and they play fine, both with menus and lite. They've been ripped as ISOs and in BDMV folder structure. However, when I try to stream the few I have on my NAS drive, it just presents me with the BDMV folder and whenever I press select, it just goes into the folder rather than playing as it is a disc as it does off the HDD or asking me whether I want to play lite.

    Has anyone else had this problem? Did you manage to sort it out?

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  2. awink1

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    Are you accessing the NAS via SMB or DLNA? Only via SMB will the D1 be able to recognise the Blu Ray structure and see it as such!
     
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    I'm going through the upnp icon on the dune, not smb. Would Zappiti recognise the structure if accessed through a NAS? Thanks for the help
     
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    Upnp is unable to play bdvm structure. You need to use SMB. Any jukebox is able to launch any file the dune is able to play.
     

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