(2012-04-14 00:18)bluray Wrote:
(2012-04-13 21:44)LCD72 Wrote: Is there anything you suggest me to do during the install process? Actually I'm more like a Mac user, so Windows is a bit difficult to me...
Nothing....just all the standard installation....and make sure that video/audio/network drivers are update...and make sure that GPU driver is up to date too....
Okay, so..I'v spent the whole Sunday to do a fresh, clean install. All drivers were updated by Driver Genius. Big thanks to your original codes from post 1. (except that I removed "X86" ) here are the results:
BDMV files now plays almost perfect, except a "gap" while XBMC UI exits and TMT5 shows up...during this you can see the Desktop, and a command line window on it: C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe. It takes only 2-2.5 sec but very annoying. The same happens on the way back to the XBMC UI.
ISO files were mounting , but sometimes I'v had the feeling that the code calls TMT5 too early, so it cannot starts playing.... If I hit OK again (still while inside TMT UI), over the mounted ISO, it starts playing immediately. The above mentioned "gap" exists here too. I tried to find out if any of my ISO files are broken, but all looks good. If I mount them outside XBMC, TMT5 plays them nicely.
Playing actual discs works ok, again except the "gap".
Unfotunately I cannot switch to BDMV files only, since 90 (more than 24 TB ) percent of my movies are ISO's... I could be wrong, but what about adding little delay in launching TMT5, this way VCD has enough time to mount the ISO??
Also, any idea how to get rid of the "gap" between XBMC and TMT5? I would like to see a nice, smooth transition between the apps, without seeing an ugly desktop...