Originally Posted by mofa
ok sir, i did create an iso image on my FAT-500GB external in BDISO folder (i enabled direct disc read in multiman and then created the iso), the folder size is 44GB and only a picture inside it, nothing else, so i thought its maybe dycrypted, (i tried magiciso to extract it, but it doesnt detect anything when i point it to the BDISO folder on my external), i installed anydd hd program to try to undycrpte the iso but it doesnt detect anything, actually i cant choose a directory from it so i would direct it to the bdiso folder, lol.
You cant store anything larger than 4gb in FAT, to store 44gb you would need to convert 2 NTFS. I know multiman has NTFS drivers but im not sure you can actually use it that way to watch BD.
The way I was explaining to you in above posts it for viewing on your Sony HD BD player not in PS3
This may be of some help to you its made by Deank the same guy who made multiman http://multiavchd.deanbg.com/
You can re-author a HDMV authored blu-ray disc to be played in your Playstation 3 with an external USB HDD in few minutes. Just drag BDMV folder to multiAVCHD and select START - PLAYSTATION 3.
* You can also remove audio tracks and add your own (external) tracks to keep final size smaller or re-encode
existing HD audio tracks to much smaller (but quality) AC3 audio tracks. 20GB bluray disk movie takes about 10-20 minutes
to be transferred to an AVCHD compatible folder, playable in any BD (BluRay Disk Player) or Playstation 3.