Originally Posted by Paul.R.S
Species: Yes, you figured out the answer to your own question. Any disc whose menus are Java-driven (basically, most menus; anything with motion--the talking skull on the POtC discs is an excellent example) eliminates your ability to 'resume play.' Completely different world than Java-less DVD.
I spent some time tonight trying to get a BD to resume play. All my attempts came to naught.
But now, after realizing the difference in the Java-less DVD and the Java Driven BDs.... I see the difference, and I know why I was able to resume play on some disc awhile back.... it was obviously a DVD Disc!
all BD Java driven Menus..... I don't need (or want) that crap !!! I just want to watch a good movie, and I AM NOT looking to be entertained
by a moving menu --- with all of it's darn spoilers !!! I would that there was a "NO Frills" Menu defualt option available for playing all BD discs.
Technology has taken a real couple of steps backward here, imo.
Moving Menus is NOT an acceptable tradeoff for no resume play function.
What or who is drivng this Industry standard
? ? ?Edited by See The Light - 6/25/12 at 8:47pm