Originally Posted by lockdown571
Jriver simply picks the longest track on the track. Often this is not going to cut it, because you end up with a version of the movie with extra scenes or commentary that you don't want.
I watch quite a lot of Blu-rays and i can honestly say that such discs are rather rare. But even if it does happen, switching the title is like 3 button presses with my remote (bring up menu -> select title-> confirm selection). Still prefer this to waiting through the forced trailers and whatnot of the BD.
Re: the real topic.
Fact of the matter is that Americans are mostly ignorant to 3:2 judder because their TVs all used to have that baked in. NTSC is by definition 60Hz, which means on all movie content you get 3:2. Only with newer TVs and HD content, this is slowly changing, but everyone is just used to it by now.
We in Europe are using PAL, which is 50 Hz, and has no 3:2. Motion is smooth (even if speed up a bit from the original), and we therefor do notice such differences more frequently.
Anyway, people coming into such threads here and arguing "its not a problem for me" is just stupid. If its no problem for you, be happy and move on, but your input does not help anyone who sees it as a problem.
It also doesn't help quoting some numbers how insignificant such problems are. There could be one dropped frame over a whole movie, but if you see it, it will still annoy you - at least if you know what just happend, and don't assume the movie is at fault.
Anyhow, i have long stopped bothering with such problems, Bitstreaming has zero advantages so why do it and cause me such grief, rather perform a full decode of all HD audio and use ReClock (or the equivalent feature in JRMC) to just make me forget about any of these issues.Edited by Nevcairiel - 8/10/12 at 12:20am