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    When is this going to be included in a future update ??

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    All I can say is that it is certainly on our development list, but we have several features (e.g. server-based subtitling, pre-transcoding) that we must finish before implementing DVD or ISO support. Sorry I cannot give you a firm date as yet.

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    I have had some ideas about this for quite a while and would like to suggest them.
    for DVD .ISO images:
    • Mount the .ISO on the fly and view it as a folder, or
    • Same as above but automatically play the .VOB's as a playlist, or
    • interpret the whole .ISO as a .VOB

    for folders containing .VOB/.IFO files:
    • for VIDEO_TS.IFO, redirect it to play the menu .VOB clip (non interactive), then next play the largest title set .VOB file(s) or
    • same as above but play all title sets sequentially VTS_01.. VTS_02.

    as for language preference for subtitles and audio:
    • use options in Mezzmo to pre-set them (en,Eng, OFF etc.) and select those if available during playback.


    I look forward to it being implemented greatly.
    Last edited by haicim; 03-11-2011 at 05:33 PM.

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    Thanks for these suggestions. We'll certainly consider them when implementing DVD/ISO streaming.

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    This my might a stupid question but what inputs does DLNA support? e.g. to control the dvd menu, etc

    "pre-transcoding" How would this work? Would you go under a folder a select a fake video file or picture that would start the transcoding.

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    DLNA does not provide for DVD menu control - it's basically file based, meaning you select a file (on the TV or using Play To from the PC) and that file is delivered to the device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haicim View Post
    I have had some ideas about this for quite a while and would like to suggest them.

    as for language preference for subtitles and audio:
    • use options in Mezzmo to pre-set them (en,Eng, OFF etc.) and select those if available during playback.

    Can someone explain to me how to do this?
    I have converted an .ISO file to .VOB files (just by unpacking the .ISO file with winrar) and now I would like to set my subtitle preference, but I do not know how.

    Any help is appreciated!

    Regards
    Daffie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daffie View Post
    Can someone explain to me how to do this?
    I have converted an .ISO file to .VOB files (just by unpacking the .ISO file with winrar) and now I would like to set my subtitle preference, but I do not know how.
    This is an upcoming feature - it's not released yet. You could burn the subtitles onto your video using some sort of a video merge/convert program for the time being (or if your device supports .SRT/.SUB external subtitles, then Mezzmo can deliver those).

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