Originally Posted by rveras
Does Hancock uses seamless branching or alternate angle feature? Is the only time I get audio drop outs with Blu-ray's or DVD's.
Many new BDs have the "feature" spanned over multiple files, using branching, compared to one file in older BDs.
Hancock uses 19 files (every other one alternates depending on what you chose: theatrical or unrated version).
My guess is that drop-outs may
occur everytime a new branch is executed. This being said, I did not have any dropouts or any other artifacts on my BH200, but I use DTS re-encode (no HDMI receiver here...).
First branch in Hancock is when he drops the white SUV car on the "needle" building. Another one is when Ray starts to present his ideas in the boardroom, and yet another one when Charlize gets out of the bathroom in the evening. So - do you guys have the dropouts then? if yes, it is because of the branching, but it may be either the BH200 or the HDMI receiver. I think is important to nail this down and inform LG customer service on the details (it will definitely help the sw developers).