[mythtv-users] BD ISOs
raymond at wagnerrp.com
Tue Feb 1 18:01:48 UTC 2011
On 2/1/2011 12:53, James Oltman wrote:
>>> Not sure if you were looking for a way to play BD iso's or just
>>> curious about the development status, but I came across this
>>> script over the weekend which allowed me to play a BD iso that I
>>> had created. http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Iso-play.sh Setup was
>>> pretty easy and I haven't had any problems with the script yet.
>> It requires the content be mounted locally, so the loop mount can
>> access it. That violates the whole purpose of storage groups.
> I wrote this little script on the back-end, this works with
> storage-groups. It was hard coded for my paths, so wont run as is, you
> need to change the paths for your system.
> I only have a couple of ISOs so I don't know if loop mounting
> large volumes will actually burn any resources.
> I put all the ISOs in a folder HDISO, and then running the script
> mount all ISOs as if they are folders within the VIDEO/HD directory.
> Stupid question, but I just put out a folder called the title of the
> movie, and I can hit play on that folder, and it works fine. What's
> the reason for ISO? Is it just a storage group thing?
MythTV supports VIDEO_TS folders, BDMV folders, and DVD ISOs over
storage groups. MythTV does not currently support Bluray ISOs over
storage groups. Those still can only be handled by first mounting them
to the file system.
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