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What Is "bdav" Plugin For


stinman

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I have Vista Home Premium SP 1,9600 Phenom Quad core 2.3 GHZ. GGC-H20N BDDVDRW scsi cd-rom multi-drive.I have Easy Media Creator 9.0 installed. I have not updated to 9.1 because everything works,I did not install DLA and removed the filters by way of Imgburn. Creator 9 does read my drive as "HL-DT-ST BD-Rom". Now what can I use it for?Will it play Blu-Ray through Cineplayer?I just do not know what it is for.Thanks :blink:

 

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I have Vista Home Premium SP 1,9600 Phenom Quad core 2.3 GHZ. GGC-H20N BDDVDRW scsi cd-rom multi-drive.I have Easy Media Creator 9.0 installed. I have not updated to 9.1 because everything works,I did not install DLA and removed the filters by way of Imgburn. Creator 9 does read my drive as "HL-DT-ST BD-Rom". Now what can I use it for?Will it play Blu-Ray through Cineplayer?I just do not know what it is for.Thanks :blink:

 

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So there is NO one here that has a answer to this question.It is installed in add and remove programs 49mb's.I realize it has something to do with Blu-Ray,exactly what I do not know.Seems no one can answer this,surely some of you GURUS can enlighten me. I will be waiting to here from you!

 

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So there is NO one here that has a answer to this question.It is installed in add and remove programs 49mb's.I realize it has something to do with Blu-Ray,exactly what I do not know.Seems no one can answer this,surely some of you GURUS can enlighten me. I will be waiting to here from you!

 

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BD means bluray - so if your drive info says BD, depemding on what type BD such as BDrom, rw, r, and so on then your drive should read bluray disks, hope this helps

 

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You do have to give time for people to reply - you decided no-onme knew and your post isn't even a day old

 

BDAV is the plug-in that allows Cine Player to read Blu Ray discs and, as you have a Blu-Ray ROM drive, that's what it's for. You won't be able to write to a Blu-Ray disc tho

 

BDAV is a Blu-ray Disc video format. Generally, when video content is recorded on BD-R or BD-RE media using a Blu-ray Disc recorder, the content is recorded in BDAV format.

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BDAV is a Blu-ray Disc video format. Generally, when video content is recorded on BD-R or BD-RE media using a Blu-ray Disc recorder, the content is recorded in BDAV format.

 

When you author a Blu-ray disc, it's actually in BDMV, not BDAV. BDAV is just HD video on a disc without any interactivity. (no menu etc)

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