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Creator 2010 High-Def/Blu-ray Disc Plug-In and Blu-ray Playback Plug-In


Charles Hertz
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Hi All,

 

It seems there is a little confusion on the functions for Creator 2010 High-Def/Blu-ray Disc Plug-In and Blu-ray Playback Plug-In.

 

Creator 2010 High-Def/Blu-ray Disc Plug-In, which is included in Creator 2010 Pro, would allow the user to author Blu-ray disc and watch it with set top Blu-ray player and Playstation 3. It does not give the user ability to watch Blu-ray movies with CinePlayer.

 

Creator 2010 Blu-ray Playback Plug-In would allow the user to watch Blu-ray movies with CinePlayer. It is not included with any of our current product.

 

Thanks!

 

Ivan

 

Okay, that clears up why I can't play Blu-ray discs with Creator 2010 Pro. But where do I find the Blu-ray Playback Plug-In? I have looked everywhere. (Your search function is broken, incidentally; all I ever get is "The page you requested has caused some sort of error," no what what I search for.) I can easily find the Hihg-Def/Blu-ray Disc (burner) Plug-In, which I paid for and downloaded, only to find that 1) it was already included in my 2010 Pro version and 2) I can't play Blu=ray discs, as you pointed out above.

 

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Don't forget to Burn a Copy!!!

 

Your number of downloads or days is limited, so don't wait till your PC crashes a year from now and whine about not being able to download it again… :lol:

 

(I have mine of 3 different HDD's as well as 2 CD-R's - I have probably lost more data in 29 years than most people ever create)

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Glad to hear you got it all worked out... :)

 

Your PowerDVD and WinDVD have to be a Blu-ray version to work... :unsure:

 

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I know. They are. WinDVD works okay, but invariably crashes if you skip to the next chapter. PowerDVD Ultimate hangs on installing, took forever to remove all traces of it, then it did it again when I tried a second time.

 

My system is a brand-new HP Z800 workstation, running Windows 7 64-bit, with 12 GB RAM, and the fastest available Xeon "Nehalem" processor, with just standard software installed, and no other glitches whatsoever.

 

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To Jim and Everyone...

 

Thought I would resurrect this thread for a moment. Just recently, I got a Pioneer BDR-205 that came with the Cyberlink Blu Suite...with Power2Go, PowerDirector and PowerDVD9. What a nightmare!!! The suite caused so many issues I can't even begin to list...but some of the biggest issues were that PowerDVD9 crashed all the time in Windows 7 and then when I would insert a BR disk to watch...PowerDVD9 gave me an error message that the disc format was not recognizable and would close. THEN...the suite disabled my autorun, so whether I put in a BD, DVD, or even flash drive...nada. So I removed the Cyberlink suite...got autorun back and cleaned out my registry. Cyberlink's solution was to have me spend over $100 to get the "real" suite...forget that. I found this thread...and since I have Creator 2010 PRO...I was already using the burn side of things. Then I purchased the Playback plugin...installed effortlessly...and WOW! Worth every penny they charge for it. Best I can tell...it just replaces my older version of Cineplayer with the BD version. Inserted a Blu Ray...and viola'...I was watching Star Trek in a matter of one minute.

 

Thanks for all the info here...helped me make my decision...AND...gave me control over my machine back...

 

Belated HAPPY NEW YEAR!

 

Bob

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To Jim and Everyone...

 

Thought I would resurrect this thread for a moment. Just recently, I got a Pioneer BDR-205 that came with the Cyberlink Blu Suite...with Power2Go, PowerDirector and PowerDVD9. What a nightmare!!! The suite caused so many issues I can't even begin to list...but some of the biggest issues were that PowerDVD9 crashed all the time in Windows 7 and then when I would insert a BR disk to watch...PowerDVD9 gave me an error message that the disc format was not recognizable and would close. THEN...the suite disabled my autorun, so whether I put in a BD, DVD, or even flash drive...nada. So I removed the Cyberlink suite...got autorun back and cleaned out my registry. Cyberlink's solution was to have me spend over $100 to get the "real" suite...forget that. I found this thread...and since I have Creator 2010 PRO...I was already using the burn side of things. Then I purchased the Playback plugin...installed effortlessly...and WOW! Worth every penny they charge for it. Best I can tell...it just replaces my older version of Cineplayer with the BD version. Inserted a Blu Ray...and viola'...I was watching Star Trek in a matter of one minute.

 

Thanks for all the info here...helped me make my decision...AND...gave me control over my machine back...

 

Belated HAPPY NEW YEAR!

 

Bob

Yes Bob, that OEM Suite came with my LG BD Burner too…

 

I installed it on an XP machine, because I needed the BD drivers otherwise XP cannot utilize BD!

 

I don't think I ever tried it on Win7 as Win7 eats BD's for breakfast.

 

But I did buy the Roxio CinePlayer BD plug-in and I am delighted with the results!

 

Star Trek was pretty cool, wasn't it…

 

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I have always been a Star Trek fan. The actors that they found to portray the original characters were pretty dead on. Bones and Spock were the best...

 

Believe it or not...Win 7 and my Pioneer burner get along very well. It was just the BD Suite that was pretty awful. Cyberlink's goal is to wet your appetite...and make you take the plunge into the more expensive suite. Their belief is that nothing is as good as their software...oh well...their loss and Roxio's gain. Cineplayer BD is excellent...I get 5.1 sound out of it with my Creative X-Fi sound card...

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