I have had success in using VLC for iso files, but they need to be mounted to a virtual drive first. After the iso is mounted, if you right click to open, go into the bdmv folder, open stream and then right click the largest file(if there is more than one) and click ‘open with VLC’. It works pretty well.
Thanks for the feedback, one69chev.
Have you tried VLC with NJVC’s ISOs, or with some other ISOs? I’d be interested to know if the NJVC ones work for you. I have mounted them virtually in Windows 10, and tried the following:
- Open the largest m2ts file with VLC - nothing happens. But the other m2ts files (extras) open fine.
- Open the mounted drive as a Blu-ray disk in VLC. Menu works fine, extras play ok, but the main movie won’t work. The timer zips forward really fast, but there is no video/audio.
Hmm…wierd. I will check it out and see. I am using Windows 7 and have the 25gb versions.
Jedit…so yeah, I picked my 25gb ESB iso, mounted it to virtual drive, clicked the file, in this case #9 and it played with no issues in either audio or video in VLC.
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