ISO file support
#1
sorry maybe to ask a redoundant question bur: iso file support ?
is it in?

if yes which file formats?


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#2
It is in XBMC but not yet working in the windows SDL build.
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crazyivan
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#3
I suppose theres no rar support yet ?
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#4
CrazyIvan Wrote:It is in XBMC but not yet working in the windows SDL build.

i have no problem playing iso files in win sdl build..
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#5
Quote:I suppose theres no rar support yet ?
I tried one eary version and there already was rar support
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#6
bigbw Wrote:i have no problem playing iso files in win sdl build..

how do you do that?
You have daemon tools? or what?

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#7
Have you ever been using XBMC on Xbox? Just click on iso file with the DVD image and XBMC will play it. This is (among other coll things) the most cool feature of XBMC. It kicks some serious ass with it. Smile

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#8
no on pc Smile
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bigbw Wrote:i have no problem playing iso files in win sdl build..

I tried this on an ISO on a mapped drive with the latest uploaded version. It opened the file and then locked up. Must be something on my end.
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#10
CrazyIvan Wrote:I tried this on an ISO on a mapped drive with the latest uploaded version. It opened the file and then locked up. Must be something on my end.

as long as i use the download that still requires the runmefirst bat, iso's play fine..
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#11
bigbw Wrote:as long as i use the download that still requires the runmefirst bat, iso's play fine..
That is XBMC_PC.exe which is the DirectX version that is built from the Xbox SVN trunk.

This forum is for the SDL/OpenGL version (builds to XBMC.exe) and is built from the linuxport SVN branch.
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#12
sorry, was not clear.. Artvandelae posted an sdl build that requires the runmefirst bat file from the directx version to run, Wiso posted a build that did not require the bat file to run.. they are both sdl versions.. ISO files work fine in Art's build and will play in Wiso's but not correctly..
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#13
bigbw Wrote:i have no problem playing iso files in win sdl build..

I am having an issue with the latest download from Source Forge.

CrazyIvan Wrote:I tried this on an ISO on a mapped drive with the latest uploaded version. It opened the file and then locked up. Must be something on my end.

?? Resolved?

bigbw Wrote:as long as i use the download that still requires the runmefirst bat, iso's play fine..

Which one is that?

bigbw Wrote:sorry, was not clear.. Artvandelae posted an sdl build that requires the runmefirst bat file from the directx version to run, Wiso posted a build that did not require the bat file to run.. they are both sdl versions.. ISO files work fine in Art's build and will play in Wiso's but not correctly..

I don't have it working at all. Which version should I get? Where? How?
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#14
Forget the mentioned builds because they're obsolete. DVD playback was broken when we compiled the current installer but already fixed in svn.
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#15
WiSo Wrote:Forget the mentioned builds because they're obsolete. DVD playback was broken when we compiled the current installer but already fixed in svn.

I recently installed the "rev-xxxx.exe" from the Win 32 downloads. How do I fix this issue / from the SVN?
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