Fri Aug 24, 2012 13:03
Have downloaded the above and unzipped the file only to find it is only playable on VLC Media Player. But when I try to play it I only get audio and still pictures. VLC Media player states that it does not support "undf" files, whatever they are. Can anyone help?
um not to sure if I remember correctly but I think "undf" is only an audio file??
will have a look about,but have a read of this in the mean time - http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?t=4357&.
Also where there any other file type's once it was unzipped?? (just me being lazy and not d/loading it)
Fri Aug 24, 2012 15:38
Thanks for your response. It seems that this is an old problem. I don't understand why it was uploaded in this way with only VLC as the default player when the programme cannot respond. There seems to be no way round it.
Fri Aug 24, 2012 15:39
The strange thing is, I can get beautiful audio, it is the video that won't play!
OK have d/loaded it,and it does play fine in VLC player both video and audio.
Just follow the below instructions
Extract the files from the "ISO" file.
open the "BDMV" folder
open the "STREAM" folder
Play the 00000.m2ts file (8,296,000 KB) 7.91 GB
Sun Aug 26, 2012 10:17
Thanks for going to all this trouble.
I am now totally flummoxed. I have done as you suggest with no result, beautiful audio, no moving picture. I have downloaded twice, in case of some obscure problem, and have checked for updates on VLC.
I think this one will have to wait until another opportunity arises.
Again, many thanks for your interest.
Tue Aug 28, 2012 10:02
O.K. will do. However, it will take a few days due to some other "things to be done". Thanks for your patience.
Wed Aug 29, 2012 13:44
Have downloaded the Mega pack as suggested which in turn produces the Media Player Classic Home Cinema programme. The download begins to play, with audio and video. However, the audio is at the correct speed but the video is in slow motion, thereby causing the audio to stop/start in an effort to sync. What do you suggest?
OK I forgot about that one,don't use the Media Player Classic Home, right click on the movie file and set default player back to VLC, as I said it played fine here so hopefully will be OK know,the only other option I can think of would be to encode the .mts file into a smaller file such as mkv or MP4,but it will loose some of the quality but should play better
Wed Aug 29, 2012 14:42
Cheers, everything fine now. Many thanks for your help.