Started by mr_lou, 18:52, 30 November 17
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Quote from: Gryzor on 16:47, 06 December 17We'll have to see. I've tried Kodi BR playbak on my Nvidia Shield TV and it was all fine, but it was just a disc's FS (IIRC) containing just a movie. Supposedly it can do ISOs too, but I haven't tried it yet.
Quote from: Targhan on 10:04, 14 December 17It's all right, I can wait for the torrent. Thanks!
Quote from: Targhan on 02:08, 31 December 17Sorry to ruin the forthcoming 2018, but I can't read it . I have only PowerDVD 10, and it doesn't recognize the ISO I'm feeding it with. VLC starts loading, plays music, but no video appears... I can change the track and once again, music and sound effects can be heard but nothing to be seen. Any tips?
Quote from: Targhan on 13:37, 31 December 17It's working with the latest VLC, thanks!! Just one problem (but I'm sure I'll find a trick), the player stops when a song finishes .
Quote from: Targhan on 14:20, 31 December 17I did try PowerDVD, but it doesn't work at all. I have an old version, but I'm not going to pay for an upgrade, I almost never use it.
Quote from: ComSoft6128 on 09:34, 11 March 18What about releasing 8-bit Memoirs as a Torrent, say 3 months after the initial Blu-ray release?This may have some impact on initial sales of the Blu-ray version. Once it is out there for free not too many people will pay for it.
Quote from: Targhan on 13:00, 11 March 18I understand your reasons for using a BluRay, and I didn't give feedback on your 8-bit memoirs. So far I think it was great, really well done and well written. However, I really had trouble enjoying it because of the media. VLC does not work well, at least not well enough to make reading the whole a satisfying experience. The whole thing stops when the music ends. It's very hard to skip a video, it's very hard to precisely select a topic via the number, it's very very hard to use a link inside a page. Some after a few hours I gave up because I couldn't read and concentrate on the reading.
Quote from: Targhan on 13:00, 11 March 18I guess a website would work, but what about an (cross-platform?) executable like any modern discmag? Of course you'd have to code it and it might not be what you want to do. But this is clear to me that BluRay is not a media I like. Heck, I even stopped buying BluRays, PowerDVD forces me to pay a 100 bucks upgrade to see them. So BluRay is a big no-no for me. Which is sad because your project was really interesting to me!
Quote from: Shaun M. Neary on 14:36, 11 March 18If I'm being honest, the format put me off it too.I understood the reasons for picking it, but it's a large sacrifice of user interest for media content which I'll never understand.
Quote from: tjohnson on 19:21, 25 March 18Hi Mr Lou what was the bug?
net use m: http://path.to/mywebdav
sudo mount -t davfs http://path.to/mywebdav /mnt/mywebdav/
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