Originally Posted by bruce73
Not familiar with Media Browser. What is MLV? A propriety format or wrapper? Does
this virtual menu describe the extras? That's my one complaint with Speedmenu.
meant MKV. Fat fingered the keyboard. The virtual menu (not sure its called that, but that is what I am calling it until told otherwise!) is a new feature in MB3, you can see it in the demo video posted on the MB3 thread here. It appers to allow you to browse the extras, complete with metadata for them. I've asked how this is accomplished, but its still a work in progress apparently so they have not said. That's the key for me. The speed menus on AnyDVD are a great extra feature if you're having trouble with a disc menu playng, but its not very high on the WAF. Same with just ripping allthe movies into folders. My wife likes the extras, so its a must. I'm very hopeful for MB3's solution. If it accomplishes what it shows in the demo, it's going to be amazing.
Originally Posted by jaliscojorge
Actually, Cinavia has been patched/cracked on the PS3 for a while. Don't know if it's that much different to do on a pc?
You're confusing cracking the Cinavia detection on the player software vs eliminating the variance in the audio on the track that kick off the Cinavia detection. The PS3 hack hacks the player. Slysoft was trying to strip it off the audio track itself.
The equivalent ofthe PS3 hack would be for someone to hack TMT5/6 and make it no longer detect Cinavia.