QUOTE(elmo_sni @ Nov 29 2006, 01:51 PM)
untrue... is it certain that blu-ray players have media storage flags, so BR-R/RWs wont work? i'm sure a firmware update on those BR drive's can fix that. and i'm willing to bet someone is already hard at work on this
I believe if you burn those files on to a BD-R all you will get is an $18 coaster. The only thing that makes this "news" worthy is that it was done on the PS3 and not a seperate PC.
I've been looking at flie listings like this for a long time. As long as your PC can read UDF2.5 and has a BD drive, you CAN open them like a disk, and even copy the whole disk to your HDD. What is missing is that once copied, the m2ts files themselves are scrambled and not useful unless you can deAACS them.
I believe people have done the same on a toshiba qosmio with a hd-dvd, but I believe you will get the same thing, only scrambled .EVO files instead of .m2ts files.
The PS3 version of Fedora 5 lacked UDF 2.5 capability so it couldn't dump the disc contents. Once the proper UDF version was used the PS3 could then dump the disc, but again nothing new as several people that own those $600-$800 BD-ROMS could do the same
thing with their Desktop PCs. Do you understand why I'm saying this isn't news worthy and why the PS3 has not been "h@x0red"?This post has been edited by silentbob343: Nov 29 2006, 07:34 PM