Originally Posted by GetGray
Can you elaborate? Like what? I guess I'm in "movie server" mode and all of those should have valid resolutions. Only example I can think of is static photos which could be all over the place, but all video ought to be a reasonable (valid) resolution.
As for framerate selection, etc. What about color information, does it do any RGB conversions, or passing the color unmunged?
Yep, all 1:1 DVD or BD backups (ISO, VIDEO_TS, BDMV) should have valid resolutions, but anything that has been recoded either by yourself or, ahem, someone else on the Internet could be anything, eg 1920 x 800, 480p or 720p @ 24fps, and so on. There should still be a sane way to automatically choose the closest output resolution, but it's no longer as simple as the old DVD players that only had 480i60 and 576i50 to choose between, and most of the manufacturers seem to think that a built-in ********** downloader is a more attractive feature than untouched playback of 1:1 material.
Colour information I believe is now preserved on the Dune, though all of the players have had some problems getting it right and there may still be some residual issues. At least that's something they seem to be working on.