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       Can the machine play back Blu-Ray iso files & also have chapters & menus
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    post Feb 5 2012, 06:41 PM
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    When it comes to Blu-Ray I was wondering if the WDTV can play their ISO files or not. If they can can one still access the chapter & menus' as well?

    The reason that I ask is that I'm now stooting my holidays on a really good HD camcorder & the iso file route might be a good route to take when it comes to rendering my projects out & not needing to have a blu-ray player.

    Thanks in advance
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    Are you sure you own this particular model? I'm not sure how well the Gen. 2 can play BR ISOs, but it should be possible. Be sure to have the final firmware version installed.

    There's no BR menu support even in the latest models.

    The Gen. 2 doesn't even have DVD support, which only the Live and later models have.

    Check out this thread for more tips.

    If your camcorder can't natively output as AVI/MP4/MKV/M2TS, you can always convert to one of these formats using compatible audio/video codecs (read the player's manual for complete codec support list).
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