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Ok I have Creator 2011 plus. I wanted to watch bluray so I downloaded the 29 buck plug in. I tried to use it and its says unknown format so i purchase the decoder program on the website for 15 bucks. I download updates and it still says the same thing. Any Ideas please.

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Ok I have Creator 2011 plus. I wanted to watch bluray so I downloaded the 29 buck plug in. I tried to use it and its says unknown format so i purchase the decoder program on the website for 15 bucks. I download updates and it still says the same thing. Any Ideas please.

 

The obvious question is do you have a blu-ray burner/player? Which one? Internal or external? What DVDs are you trying to play commercial or home burned? If commercial, did you buy them or did someone copy them for you?

 

What computer do you have - manufacturer and complet model number, please.

 

Does CinePlayer play non-blu-ray discs?

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The obvious question is do you have a blu-ray burner/player? Which one? Internal or external? What DVDs are you trying to play commercial or home burned? If commercial, did you buy them or did someone copy them for you?

 

What computer do you have - manufacturer and complet model number, please.

 

Does CinePlayer play non-blu-ray discs?

Yes I have a blu ray burner Pioneer bdr-205bk internal I am running XP no manufacturer for computer as I built it. I have tried to play 2 movies nightmare before xmas and Star trek and they are originals. I dont understand when it says it cant decode the disc. thanks for any help

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Does your system meet the requirements?

 

Minimum system requirements

General

 

* Roxio Creator™ 2011 or Creator™ 2011 Pro

* Windows® 7, Windows Vista™ and Windows XP

* 1 GHz Pentium 4 processor or equivalent

* 1GB RAM

* DirectX 9.0c compatible video display card

* Internet connection (for CPRM)

* 1024x768 video display, 32-bit color quality

* Windows-compatible sound card, speakers

* Windows-compatible mouse or infrared remote control

* 64 MB installation hard disk space

 

For Blu-ray playback

 

* Blu-ray Disc drive

* Blu-ray compliant video card and drivers with HDCP support

o Nvidia 8600 series and up

o ATI 2600 series and up

o Intel Integrated Graphics - Intel G45 with GMA 4500HD and up

* CPU 3.2 GHz Intel® Pentium 4 processor or equivalent

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Does your system meet the requirements?

 

Minimum system requirements

General

 

* Roxio Creator™ 2011 or Creator™ 2011 Pro

* Windows® 7, Windows Vista™ and Windows XP

* 1 GHz Pentium 4 processor or equivalent

* 1GB RAM

* DirectX 9.0c compatible video display card

* Internet connection (for CPRM)

* 1024x768 video display, 32-bit color quality

* Windows-compatible sound card, speakers

* Windows-compatible mouse or infrared remote control

* 64 MB installation hard disk space

 

For Blu-ray playback

 

* Blu-ray Disc drive

* Blu-ray compliant video card and drivers with HDCP support

o Nvidia 8600 series and up

o ATI 2600 series and up

o Intel Integrated Graphics - Intel G45 with GMA 4500HD and up

* CPU 3.2 GHz Intel® Pentium 4 processor or equivalent

 

yes I have the Nivida geoforce 8800 plenty of memory 2 gig dual core 2.8 chip. I think that covers it not sure about the 8800 I assume that meets the hdcp support.

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The 2nd one for 29.99

 

 

I also bought this Cineplayer DVD Decoder Pack 2.3.1 - ESD when it said it couldnt decode

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* Telephone Support: Free for Creator 2011 customers during normal business hours* at 877-793-7471 (North America only).

 

*Monday - Friday, 11:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M., EST.

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In case it helps, I screwed up in win7, forgetting to turn off the McAfee AV software when installing the plug-in, like so many posts here advise... The result was a Cineplayer BD install that wouldn't/couldn't play any discs -- I don't recall the message exactly but it was something about not being able to decode or similar. Turned off Real-time Scanning, reinstalled, & everything was fine [setup automagically removed the last installation].

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I just upgraded my system into Blu-ray as they now becoming affordable.

I bought the PIONEER BD-RW BDR 206D, firmware 1.4, internal drive for my PC and a SONY BDP S570 player for my lounge.

I tried to watch BR film Bourne Ultimatum on my PC DELL XPS 420, using Power DVD9 but crashed after 10 minutes. Now updated my Power DVD9 with this March update but not tried it yet if still crash.

I have Roxio 2011 pro, so i opened CINEPLAYER v 5.6 c07 build 561b73a but cannot play BR. Not the same picture you posted above. Mine without the "BD"

Wanted to use As alternative player.

 

My question is, Will the $29.99 BLU-RAY Playback plug-in will transform my CINEPLAYER 5.6 into a BD player?

I understand the Blu-ray disc plug-in already in Roxio 2011.

I appreciate your insight into this thanks!

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Read the requirements in post number 6 - if you are lower spec than those, then your system won't be able to handle the playback

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Read the requirements in post number 6 - if you are lower spec than those, then your system won't be able to handle the playback

 

my system exceeds that list.

Thanks but you did not answer my question about the Plug- in.

I can try buying it and if doesn't work ask for refund but I do not want to go into that given the info i needed.

Thanks anyway...

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My question is, Will the $29.99 BLU-RAY Playback plug-in will transform my CINEPLAYER 5.6 into a BD player?

 

Yes..

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