Hopefully soon since other versions are already working.
If so, that would leave us with no real way to know...
That may be the shortest time any title has been "on the list". :=)
Hopefully, the US version is already supported too.
I wonder if it will be the same for the Amazon US version.
Mine is on the way, so I should know soon.
That is a curiosity then as...
The previous link is more about TVs.
Here's a description from Sony that may be better......
... and the AnyDVD subtitle change carried through to the mkv file made by CloneBD.
Cool thing is there was already a setting to do...
Actually, Ch3vron, the "p" in 1080p refers to "progressive" and the "i" in 1080i is "interlaced".
Both refer to a scan method as described here:...
I'm glad to hear this will (probably) work for you.
I think James will be pleased because he has mentioned AnyDVD Subtitle processing on several...
Ok, then it's a one-of disc issue and not exactly the drive.
That's good since it's easier and cheaper to toss the disc than the drive (lol).
Widescreen movies used to be 16:9 but these days most I see on Blu-Ray seem to be 1.85:1 or 2.35:1.
I think what @rshanti mainly wants to do is...
I have no idea if this will help you but if you want to look into it further...
AnyDVD has a "Subtitle Position" setting under...
1) First Man (Amazon Australia)
2) Air Force One (Deep Discount US)
3) The Grinch
Ok, cool, James.
Is there another way then to tell if you actually have the same UHD version as one that has been reported as supported -- if...
How big is the movie?
Is it small enough to fit onto a single-layer DVD (4.7G)?
Or will you need double-layer blank DVDs (holds up...
Definitely adding Cap then to my to-get list for this month.
Ever get to the bottom of the issue with that drive?
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