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Thank you... while that is true, I noticed on all my discs the anomaly occurs at chapter 7 at about 59 minutes. This morning I had some success in cleaning the disc thoroughly and getting to play normally thru this section of the movie.

However, when I watch the bit rate on the fly it continues to drop drastically at chapter 7 interface from a normal 68-75mbs to 45-48mbs... still better than 0mbs
Blade Runner is the first disc where I've ever had a playback problem. About 1:10 and 1:13 and another spot a bit later and I didn't note the time. It froze momentarily for about 10 secs then powered on through. Weird. We continued to watch the movie. I cleaned the disc when I put it up and will try again later today to see if it plays normally.

Edit: Running it under hot water for a minute, drying then wiping with a lens cloth seemed to do the trick.

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My favorite features: It's an OPPO, plays everything I throw at it perfectly (including Blade Runner 2049 UHD), Will convert my concerts @ 60 fps to 30..
Great picture quality and the ability to strip metadata from HDR.
Add to that the exceptional 3D performance. Just watched Blade Runner 2049 3D Blu ray and it looks exceptional with absolutely no ghosting or other issues. Saw it in the Theatre (non 3D), on AppleTV in 4K HDR and now in 3D on Oppo. Can honestly say the 3D is my preferred presentation. Amazing depth that provides a fully immersive experience. Definitely one of the best 3D discs out there, and the Oppo plays it perfectly.
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Windows 10, smb the UDP-203 not working as network attached storage

My old windows 7 media center died and now I have a Kaby Lake computer on Windows 10. Sharing files from my computer to the UDP-203 used to be simple but I am completed flummoxed trying to share my new computer's media hard drive with UDP-203. So, what is the solution?

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Add to that the exceptional 3D performance. Just watched Blade Runner 2049 3D Blu ray and it looks exceptional with absolutely no ghosting or other issues. Saw it in the Theatre (non 3D), on AppleTV in 4K HDR and now in 3D on Oppo. Can honestly say the 3D is my preferred presentation. Amazing depth that provides a fully immersive experience. Definitely one of the best 3D discs out there, and the Oppo plays it perfectly.


I ordered the UK UHD DV version of blade runner 2049. I’m looking forward to seeing it. I have never watched this movie so it should be a treat. Does U.K. UHD digital codes be redeemed in the USA?


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Thanks for all the feedback and suggestions guys. I cleaned the disc, firmware on E6 and MRX1120 is and initially was latest. Still same issue. I just find it odd that the movie is playing, audio is fine, my 5 other DV disc work without issue, and the picture can be seen if the movie is fast forwarded or rewound. Even all the warning etc play fine it is just when movie itself starts.

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My old windows 7 media center died and now I have a Kaby Lake computer on Windows 10. Sharing files from my computer to the UDP-203 used to be simple but I am completed flummoxed trying to share my new computer's media hard drive with UDP-203. So, what is the solution?
why not go from the PC to the Oppo with HDMI ?
if you have a HDMI receiver go directly to that one.

I prefer the interface of windows above all TV-based/phone based media players.
And since you want to share the disks of that PC it needs to be ON anyways
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Not sure if anyone from Oppo reads this thread or not. I guess I could send them an email too. A lot of folks have the Oppo 203 and a JVC projector and anyone who has a JVC knows, they're biggest con is the long sync times of around 15 seconds. These happen whenever switching between the Oppo main menu and an UHD. It would be helpful if the Oppo provided a persistent, selectable 4K24 4:2:0 BT.2020 option and screens in addition to the 4K60 BT.709 ones. Or make the Video Setup Menu options actually Force sending out signals at the selected values for the home screen; ex: HDR: On, Output Resolution: Custom - UHD 24Hz, Color Space: Auto. Either way would help eliminate a lot of delays on the JVC when using the Oppo.
Your best bet is to email your suggestion to OPPO Tech Support. Use the Email Us link on the Support page for the player. They’ll make sure it gets to the right people.

Keep in mind that some content can not be put out at /24, and that the player does not currently convert any BT.709 content to BT.2020.
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Dolby, not Sony, developed the "low latency" DV profile for Sony. Dolby, not Sony, failed to provide a concurrent capability for "streamers" and players. I seriously doubt that Sony has any requirement or is in any hurry for the Oppo update. Their own DV HDR player was demonstrated at CES (with a Sony Android) and will be released in a few months. Do you think it will support the "low latency" profile?
It certainly will. But we all love Oppo and don't want to be held hostage by Sony. And no one knows how well the streamer/player updates will perform.
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I ordered the UK UHD DV version of blade runner 2049. I’m looking forward to seeing it. I have never watched this movie so it should be a treat. Does U.K. UHD digital codes be redeemed in the USA?
You may want to rethink that.

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why not go from the PC to the Oppo with HDMI ?
if you have a HDMI receiver go directly to that one.

I prefer the interface of windows above all TV-based/phone based media players.
And since you want to share the disks of that PC it needs to be ON anyways
Thanks for your response. I have run a premium hdmi cable from my computer graphics card to my LG Oled E6P HDMI #3 port and that does work with my trial version of DVDFab Player 5.

I had liked being able to use the UDP-203 network feature and found it adequate for full HD and convenient.

And I have never tried the plex media server though I did use media browser previously and found it time consuming to set up and then suddenly media browser could not play .iso files and I had to convert all my .iso files to mkv. So, I became wary of these front end consolidators with too little concern for their legacy users.

So, I guess I just going to have to pay the Windows 10 penalty and experiment with ways to get things done that I find best.

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General question here. For the best viewing experience with streaming apps its seems the way to go (maybe the only way to go) is to use the TV's native apps. All I'm interested in is Netflix, Hulu (Handmaid's Tale only, lol), and maybe Vudu (when they lower the UHD rental prices a bit).

With RokuUltra->Oppo:
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With Native Apps + ARC
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I bailed on Sony. C7 arriving next week. Can anyone share their experiences with Native Apps + ARC? I've heard some chatter about audio sync issues. Sorry if this is slightly off topic. Thanks in Advance.

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I'm wondering how much Sonys lack of DV support has to do with them removing it, cuz it's listed on Dolbys site as having it..

Nahhh, that couldn't be it ..Oppo can play it...on an LG...

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My old windows 7 media center died and now I have a Kaby Lake computer on Windows 10. Sharing files from my computer to the UDP-203 used to be simple but I am completed flummoxed trying to share my new computer's media hard drive with UDP-203. So, what is the solution?
Discussed multiple times in this thread, do a search for specifics. But the gist of it is that Windoz10 disables SMB 1.0 (or whatever it is) by default, so you have to turn it back on. Microsoft is protecting you from your "insecure" HT connections.
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General question here. For the best viewing experience with streaming apps its seems the way to go (maybe the only way to go) is to use the TV's native apps. All I'm interested in is Netflix, Hulu (Handmaid's Tale only, lol), and maybe Vudu (when they lower the UHD rental prices a bit).

With RokuUltra->Oppo:
No Atmos
No Dolby Vision

With ATV4K->Oppo:
No Atmos
Buggy Dolby Vision (graybars, forced HDR mode, no date on fix)

With Native Apps + ARC
Atmos
Dolby Vision
Miller Time

I bailed on Sony. C7 arriving next week. Can anyone share their experiences with Native Apps + ARC? I've heard some chatter about audio sync issues. Sorry if this is slightly off topic. Thanks in Advance.
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Discussed multiple times in this thread, do a search for specifics. But the gist of it is that Windoz10 disables SMB 1.0 (or whatever it is) by default, so you have to turn it back on. Microsoft is protecting you from your "insecure" HT connections.
Or you could install a DLNA server on your PC and bypass all the smb stuff. There is a pointer to an oppo recommended DLNA server for windows on the oppo website. I use minidlna on my linux server and it works great.
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Discussed multiple times in this thread, do a search for specifics. But the gist of it is that Windoz10 disables SMB 1.0 (or whatever it is) by default, so you have to turn it back on. Microsoft is protecting you from your "insecure" HT connections.
Yes, that is what I am looking for-directions on how to turn on SMB (possibly v3) in Windows 10. And do I have to do a registry edit? And does the Oppo UDB-203 work with SMBv3?

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My old windows 7 media center died and now I have a Kaby Lake computer on Windows 10. Sharing files from my computer to the UDP-203 used to be simple but I am completed flummoxed trying to share my new computer's media hard drive with UDP-203. So, what is the solution?
SMB1 (which the Oppo uses) was disabled by default in Windows 10. Do a search of this thread for Windows 10 and you will find several posts on how to re-enable it.

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Or you could install a DLNA server on your PC and bypass all the smb stuff. There is a pointer to an oppo recommended DLNA server for windows on the oppo website. I use minidlna on my linux server and it works great.
Thanks for the DLNA advice. Is this what you are suggesting? http://www.oppodigital.com/KnowledgeBase.aspx?KBID=4

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Yes, that is what I am looking for-directions on how to turn on SMB (possibly v3) in Windows 10. And do I have to do a registry edit? And does the Oppo UDB-203 work with SMBv3?
Why not try Plex Server? It's free, quick to install, really very easy to set up and then a better way of browsing media than SMB.
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Or you could install a DLNA server on your PC and bypass all the smb stuff. There is a pointer to an oppo recommended DLNA server for windows on the oppo website. I use minidlna on my linux server and it works great.
Then the question rises
what is DLNA capable of feeding your oppo.
Tried to find an answer but could not find it.

But with SMB you're 100% sure it is not transcoded.
So your multichannel flac file is played as is.
You just give the oppo the means to acces the data.

I find DLNA sluggish.
My music is stored by a logical structure so i don't need a database to find an artist.
for me there is no reason to use DLNA and because i don't know how it works i prefer not to use it.
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I find DLNA sluggish. My music is stored by a logical structure so i don't need a database to find an artist. for me there is no reason to use DLNA and because i don't know how it works i prefer not to use it.
Most, if not all 'smart' TV's and 'smart' Blu-ray players from common branded manufacturers only support DLNA/UPnP...

Both DLNA/UPnP and SMB have their advantages and disadvantages. I use both...

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Most, if not all 'smart' TV's and 'smart' Blu-ray players from common branded manufacturers only support DLNA/UPnP...
That is the scary part!
What most manufacturers do is based on what most of the people seem to be wanting
And nobody seems to care about quality, just abundance.
So why should DLNA support 6channel pcm? Nobody uses it.
....
again i don't know what dlna is capable of and what not.
This thread is about a machine which is handling both.
What should we choose based on performance?
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Your best bet is to email your suggestion to OPPO Tech Support. Use the Email Us link on the Support page for the player. They’ll make sure it gets to the right people.

Keep in mind that some content can not be put out at /24, and that the player does not currently convert any BT.709 content to BT.2020.
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Thanks! I went ahead and did that right after previously posting. Hopefully, I'll hear something positive back. Not sure how hard it would be, but seems like they could include two sets of setup menu pages with the current set as default and an option to select the JVC friendly BT.2020 4K24 set for anyone wanting to use those instead. If they did, then I think anyone using an Oppo 203 with this new setting and a JVC projector for UHD playback could chose the correct userX option in the JVC (or let the Vertex do it) and eliminate some sync delays with the Oppo menus.

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That is the scary part!
What most manufacturers do is based on what most of the people seem to be wanting
And nobody seems to care about quality, just abundance.
So why should DLNA support 6channel pcm? Nobody uses it.
....
again i don't know what dlna is capable of and what not.
This thread is about a machine which is handling both.
What should we choose based on performance?
As near as I can recall, container and codec support for SMB is the same as for local storage and uses the same interface, so it seems the most natural to me.

If you can get it to work. No trouble using Samba on linux here. All I know about Windows is how to swear at it.

With DLNA you are dependent on implementations that sometimes try to be too helpful, doing unneeded transcoding, or decidedly unhelpful by not allowing certain containers and codecs.

But there are minimalistic DLNA servers that work about the same as SMB: oShare for Windows is well-liked. I test with miniDLNA on linux.

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Slow handshake with Denon+LG

Is a 6-7 sec. handshake expected for UHD with colorspace options on AUTO? My other UHD devices are faster.

I might type 2K for 1080p.
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Is a 6-7 sec. handshake expected for UHD with colorspace options on AUTO? My other UHD devices are faster.
That does seem long. What are your other video settings, particularly Output Resolution? What if you use specific values rather than AUTO?

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As near as I can recall, container and codec support for SMB is the same as for local storage and uses the same interface, so it seems the most natural to me.



If you can get it to work. No trouble using Samba on linux here. All I know about Windows is how to swear at it.



With DLNA you are dependent on implementations that sometimes try to be too helpful, doing unneeded transcoding, or decidedly unhelpful by not allowing certain containers and codecs.



But there are minimalistic DLNA servers that work about the same as SMB: oShare for Windows is well-liked. I test with miniDLNA on linux.



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Sounds all interesting. What about a possibility for a MAC? At the moment I use my old time capsule with SMB runs fine, but no connection to my Mac via Network. Are there any experiences?

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