Since in my case the chapter menu was popping up at the start of each chapter I decided to go with a movie only version when ripping to a BD-RDL. Figured I couldn't go wrong if there wasn't even a menu involved. I had tried playing the original disc in my PS3 as well. On my PS3 the chapter menu wasn't popping up at the start of each chapter like it was with my Sony changer, but the disc was unplayable. Kept freezing up constantly. That being said, now that I've created a clean copy I don't think I'll bother returning the original disc to Amazon for a replacement. Not interested in watching the bonus features and could care less about any of the other bells and whistles the disc may offer or even the pop up menu for that matter. Just interested in watching the actual film with the best audio/video quality possible.
post #3151 of 3312
10/20/12 at 7:19pm