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ISO Files

Discussion in 'M8 and T8 (Both with LED clock on the front)' started by nickp, Aug 17, 2016.

  1. nickp

    nickp New Member

    I am wondering if there is a way to play ISO img files of my dvds that are stored on my nas or do I need a dual boot box with windows on I also suffer playing Flac music files. Please help thank you.
     
  2. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

    Last I checked, both DVD (Video) and BluRay ISOs (DVD had better support) could be opened directly within Kodi. Yes, here we go - http://kodi.wiki/view/Features_and_supported_formats#Video_player (might be an old doc, no mention of BR there).
    So add the NAS's folder with the ISOs into Kodi's library (see https://droidbox.co.uk/how-to/adding-to-your-library/ if you've not done this before) and you should be good to go.

    Regarding FLAC files, again Kodi should be fine playing them, see the Audio section at http://kodi.wiki/view/Features_and_supported_formats#Format_support (different part of same doc as above). If Kodi struggles, you could try n7player Music Player or Poweramp Music Player . Should be available from Google's Play Store. Ah, apparently Google Play Music supports FLAC playback as well.

    If you're doing anything outside of Kodi and haven't used ES File Explorer to access network resources before, check http://www.cnet.com/uk/how-to/share-files-between-android-and-windows-with-es-file-explorer/ for more info. Obviously swap references to shared folders in Windows to your NAS!
     
  3. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

    @Sunderlandgreen201503 I've removed your original post above. Your account was marked by the system as spam, then saw you were a real human with a post elsewhere. Try to make sure the reply is related to the thread, you're posting in an Android area here.
     
  4. Bollocks77

    Bollocks77 Active Member

    I have a t8 Mini and can access my NAS drive through System then files. I have a WD NAS DRIVE. is decent and plays everything so far.
     
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  5. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

    System and then files (or depending on the skin, Video>Files) is fine for opening a video as a one off. I mentioned the library previously in case people wanted to have the posters, genre, cast etc downloaded for them.
     
  6. Bollocks77

    Bollocks77 Active Member

    Sorry ChrisM - your so right. I forgot to mention that I don't store or download to library, I merely open the file to watch. So ye if you want the Posters, Genre etc then ChrisM is spot on.
     
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