Gracenote works for media files, although the match is by filename and the results it returns are sometimes comical.
Press the Option button and select Disc or Video Info.
He's performed a first-of-a-kind detailed technical review of the video performance of the player. Have never seen such review for an DVD/Bluray player.
A few things folks have to note based off this review:
1. Do NOT use the RGB video or PC modes of the 103D player if you plan to use its HDMI Inputs(Front and Back). HDMI outputs are OK. Not sure why the HDMI input data is severely flawed since the same video chipsets in the player. All YCbCr modes are OK for all HDMI Inputs and Outputs. Kuro owners like me are out of luck here ...
2. Do NOT use Source-Direct video output mode since its gamma performance is really poor. The gamma plots show a variation from 3.0 to 0.0 from light intensities of 10 to100 IRE!!! Its supposed to be constant at 2.2 from 10 -100IRE. All other video modes are fine. i.e. constant at 2.2 from 10 - 100 IRE.
The sad thing is that you spend mega-bucks to have your display professionally calibrated by an ISF-certified technician only to have the 103D in source-direct mode mess that up and produce an inaccurate picture for you.
I hope this is fixable the above two problems are fixable via a firmware update. Also, there's a little voice in my mind that is wondering how the regular 103/105 would perform. Maybe ignorance is bliss?
The reviewer also compared the same static image on the 103D and 105EU. To my eyes, the 105EU image was superior and more pleasing. Your eyes might tell you different though...
Not as direct as its supposed to be ... but the reviewer said the following when I asked if the current 103/105 have this problem.
"The BDP103/105 had a problem at first, but has since been corrected by OPPO. I think Oppo [will] also correct these concerns gamma and RGB 16-235 on the BDP-103D."