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Help! Bluray player BD iso / bdmv original menus!

Cbizotto

Novice Member
I want to buy a blu ray player or media center that plays blu rays in ISO / BDMV file via usb with external hd or internal sata hd but as long as he can read the menus and chapters as if it were physical blu ray media, I was told the ZIDOO Z10 , could you point me to other models? blu ray players told me that only the OPPO 203 does this and the pionner BD140 what do you guys tell me? Do you have any other suggestions? I'm very happy, a hug to all
 

mtenga

Distinguished Member
Zappiti does what you want but menu support is sketchy and stuttery. I still prefer it to Zidoo.

The official Oppo will not do ISO though jail breaking it can bring this functionality.

Oppo and Cambridge Audio will do BDMV folder structure with a bit of manipulation to AVCHD folder. If you are just using USB and not network you might not even need that.
 
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Cbizotto

Novice Member
Zappiti does what you want but menu support is sketchy and stuttery. I still prefer it to Zidoo.

The official Oppo will not do ISO though jail breaking it can bring this functionality.

Oppo and Cambridge Audio will do BDMV folder structure with a bit of manipulation to AVCHD folder. If you are just using USB and not network you might not even need that.
mtenga,
Thanks for your reply, so would zappiti be right for me? I could get it here in Brazil for a good price, already with a sata hd 2 T, then I would just download the torrentz on the pc and then transfer to hd sata right? but does he read less just from iso or folders too?
 

mtenga

Distinguished Member
Yes you can transfer files from your PC to a USB hard drive attached to the Zappiti.

It has ISO and BDMV folder support, just not that good with menus. Zidoo is no better.

Where they differ is that the Zap is more reliable as a machine with a better media centre.
 

Cbizotto

Novice Member
Yes you can transfer files from your PC to a USB hard drive attached to the Zappiti.

It has ISO and BDMV folder support, just not that good with menus. Zidoo is no better.

Where they differ is that the Zap is more reliable as a machine with a better media centre.
tank you, this used egreat a10? is this superb from zappiti our not? the popcorn models is bad?
 
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mtenga

Distinguished Member
Yes I used to use the Egreat A10 a couple of years back. It was highly unreliable and not up to Zappiti or even Zidoo. There is a forum for discussing network media streamers and you should be able to obtain more info there.
 

mtenga

Distinguished Member
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