Originally Posted by lujan
If you do a search on this thread, you will find that I've posted several items about BD-R's not working on the BD390 but work just fine on the Panosonic BD35 and the Samsung BD-P1400. I'm using Roxio Creator 2009 for burning the BD's.
Thanks Lujan, I had recalled seeing some issues but searching your name helped.
That is NOT a good sign; how can a bluray player not support BDAV/BDMV recorded movies?! (well, at least it mostly supports video file streaming, but)
I sent in a ticket to LG to ask.
The manual isn't very clear, if anything it seems to confirm this missing feature, unfortunately:
- Discs such as movies that can be purchased or rented.
- BD-R/RE discs that contain audio titles, Movie, Music or Photo files."
[but not say "authored as bluray"- sounds like DATA only??)
It does NOT say "supports BDMV or BDAV disks on BD-R/RE" as most HD authoring tools intend...
at least it does say "supports BD-R/RE disks", so it should be able to at least READ the dang data on the media; although why it would support for data, but not as movie disk, is beyond me?
They DO seem to play OK on my dad's BD390 and another, so the support IS possible and works, sometimes-
so maybe it's just alignment issues with mine specifically, or??
Lujan, q: can you confirm you were authoring full menu/chapter-style movie disks, not just data disks w/ video files on them? What BD-R media & PC burner were you using ?