ISO file support
#31
WiSo Wrote:libdvdcss-2.dll added to svn again.

Win32 build

- DVD playback is working.
- ISO playback working on some ISOs but not all although they played with the last libdvdcss-2.dll that worked.
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#32
Just tried XBMC for Window for the first time today.

Wasn't able to use ISO's (ones created by DVD Shrink at least). Tried using the "libdvdcss-2.dll" from a T3CH release on 3/30/08, and still had no luck with the ISO's.

On a side note, the rest of it seems to be working really well for me. It even plays a .mkv file that Windows Media player (No codec as usual) and my origonal Xbox (hesitated, and ran slow) hated. Thanks for this great software! Looking forward to future releases.
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#33
if you want dvd play back why not use the last released version until a new one is available?
Rev13859.exe is still available for download

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles..._id=267023
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#34
its working fine once i restored the dll. thanks for the tip.
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#35
well i tried installing the new dll with no luck. I downloaded alot of te3h rlses and tried didnt work with any of em. i then downgraded to the older version and dvd playback of isos worked perfect so i tried to copy just the dvdplayer map from the old version in system/player and the reinstalling the new version and exchange the dvd player still no luck so i rly dont get how ppl got it to work must have ben something more then just that dll.
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#36
I've tried libdvdcss-2.dlls from svn trunk, linux branch, t3ch builds and from the last win32 installer. Nothing worked for me. I guess I'll just be waiting on the new win32 build.
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