Here in Canada, the 3D bundle has a multi case. When you open the case, I had the DVD version on the left, and the 3D version on the right but along with the 3D version on the right is the Bluray version as well.
Like I said in a previous post to you, if you go into your PS3, go to the settings, select the sound setup or whatever it's called, and run the setup, it will detect you are using a TV and only give you options for 2 channel sound. Select that, and then go into your movie or game, and it should output in 2.0 sound and audio isn't clipped or impossible to hear because it's being mixed to 2 channels instead of 5.1 sound.
Well I ran out last night and bought this, and then ran out of time to watch it for the first time. I plan to watch it this coming weekend, and reading so many positive things about the 3D, it's making me want a new 3D tv (as I bought the 3D bundle) May have to wait until I get to my inlaws in 3 weeks to watch it in 3D, but I know this won't disappoint.
Have you gone through the sound setup on the PS3? It's a basic thing that I have forgotten to do in the past. When I have taken my PS3 to my inlaws or my parents place, I have forgotten to do this and I have had the same issues.Good luck
that's exactly it, It's not structured like a regular Bluray where makemkv rips 1 mkv file, it rips every single scene into it's own MKV which sucks. I have no issue making my own MKV's now, I've ripped about 10 blurays in the past few weeks and have them on my stream server for XBMC, but i'm still having issues playing ISO/Bluray movies directly from XBMC.
Not sure if it has been addressed or not as I don't have a 3D tv, but I remember a year or 2 ago, when 3D became supported, there was an issue that HD sound wouldn't come through if you were viewing a 3D movie. I don't remember what or if there was a solution for it or if it has been fixed or not