Try pause, then click FF once for each frame advance. Same for RR one frame back.What I have not found is a way to step through frames. With some players, pausing and then clicking on pause will result in a single frame step. Not with this player. Nor have I found a separate step button. I gather the Sony players can't frame step.
BTW, I've yet to take the original remote out of the packaging.
Didn't realize there was a new version. Will check it out. Thanks for posting that.There is a new TSMuxer that works with H.265 video: https://bintray.com/justdan96/tsMuxer/tsMuxerGUI-Nightly/_latestVersion#files
You can't. IIRC, the optical and coax outputs do not have the bandwidth for 96kHz.
Like I said, IIRC. Seems not. True, it doesn't have optical, but the output spec for optical is the same for coax. That said, I therefor have no clue as to why it is doing what it is doing.
I just pulled my DVD Demystified book and looked it up. 48kHz is the only sampling rate for DVD-video.
Yes. The artificially set limitations are not technical.Thanks for all of the info. Very interesting indeed. Especially the discussion about how optical SPDIF has the bandwidth to handle DTS-HD (for example), but is crippled not to.