Originally Posted by subslug
Could it possibly be MKV files with DTS audio causing the problem maybe?
MKV files with DTS audio play beautifully. It could
be that the additional of a second track throws it off (I have an MKV with a secondary audio track in MP3 format, but I can't remember what it is at the moment), but I strongly suspect that it has to do with the secondary audio being OGG Vorbis, a codec the player does not support.
Frankly, I could care less if Samsung ever implements OGG support. I would like to have an update that causes the player to simply ignore any audio streams that it doesn't know what to do with instead of whatever it's currently doing that makes playback jittery.
Originally Posted by druber
MakeMKV-made files from standard-def DVDs don't work. Zippo. It sure seems like it should work, but it's not listed as compatible in the user manual and it doesn't work in real life. I sent in a support message to Samsung. You should do the same if you want it to be supported.
I highly second this. I sent in a support message about the MKV issue with secondary OGG tracks, and I've also had an issue with BD Live on the Star Trek: TOS Season 2 discs. It's quite buggy and I'm unable to navigate through the menu when I finally get it to work.
I'm still happy with this player, however, and if Samsung can get some of these niggling issues ironed out, it'll just get even better.