Originally Posted by Kirnak
Thanks, but that's not it I think. I tried the original disc (Brave) in my Sony 790, no dropouts, at least in the first chapter. (The Dune has two dropouts in that chapter.) I thought it might be the main movie copy I was using on the Dune, so I burned a disc from that ISO. The burned disc also plays the first chapter with no audio dropouts.
I would like to hear more about the issue you raise though?
i would also like to know more about this authoring problem...
I made a few audio check yesterday. Tried Tron, which was having audio drop outs a few firmwares back : no problem, plays perfect.
It also seems that Total recall is in fact an authoring problem (at least for the EU version) : Sony made a mistake on the extended version and is already aware about this problem. they just say "use PCM instead of bitstream, this should solve the drop outs". thanks guys, for not being able to create a proper BR disc, wouldn't be less surprised from the BR inventer
I then tried Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter (EU), which is also a 7.1, passed the fact that my D1 + BE is completely unable to read the disc (like Ice Age 4, both from Fox
), once ripped to movie only through DVDFab there was no audio drop outs...
So i guess that what rdgrimes said might be true, even if I never heard about it...