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       Difference in VOB-files
    post Feb 3 2011, 07:36 AM
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    I have been using the WD for more then a year now and I am pretty satisfied with it.
    Recently I have some problem playing ISO-files, as I get the error that the format is not supported. Most of the ISO's worked fine, but some fail. I created the ISO's in the same way, with DVD-shrink and didn't remove anything from the original ones.
    I placed the VOB's directly on a map on my harddisk and also playing an individual VOB-file I get the error that the format is not supported. So it is not the way how I create the ISO that is the problem, but there must be something else with the VOB-file. At least different then other that I can play without any problem.

    Does anyone have this problem as well and soes anyone have a solution for this?

    I don't want to store them as MKV, I like to be able to have them as ISO-files. I store them in the original way, with menu and all, allthough I know the WD doesn't show the menu. But you never know what the future will bring me and who know's I have a player one day that is capable of showing the menu's ;-).

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    Maybe those movies have DTS audio or something, which the Gen. 1 doesn't support. Are you ripping store-bought DVDs? If so, rip them as ISO using AnyDVD and see if that solves the issue.
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