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Available in the Downloads section on the TheaterTek website is Patch 1.5.52. This addresses the following issues identified with the last release.


- Navigation stability:

After a lot of testing, we believe any navigation issues have been resolved and navigation is also much snappier.


- AutoKiller not always working:

AutoKiller has been updated to version 1.5 and improves the detection time for a DVD insert. In addition, we've added the ability to point to the location where TT is stored and also let you specify command line options.


- TT not always launching with the main window frontmost:

Resolved.


- Startup speed:

This is not specific to a particular configuration, but we believe we've identified the cause and have made a modification to improve this.


- When selecting an audio preference, sometimes a foreign language audio stream could be selected.


- Clock option is now left aligned with the time bar.


- It is now possible to go directly to a DVD menu when the player is paused.


- Command line parameters are no longer case sensitive.


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In addition, we've added the ability to point to the location where TT is stored and also let you specify command line options.
Sweet! Just in time for the weekend/
 

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I currently use PowerDVD but I'm interested in moving towards TT. However, I don't see an evaluation version available... is there one just not available or am I just not looking in the right places?
 

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Do you have to be at a certain version to use this patch, I did not update the last two updates.


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PeRsIaN_PiMp,


There is no eval version. They offer a money back deal if your not satisfied. here's a quote from their web site, "Returns can only be issued if TheaterTek DVD has not been permanently registered. You have 7 days from purchase to evaluate the player and request a refund if not satisfied."


I love my TheaterTek. It blows all others away.


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Hi Guys


I am just wondering if i was just to watch dvds on my pc using my Dell 18" LCD monitor, should i go for theatertek or windvd or powerdvd?:) I have a M-audio soundcard if that helps matters:) I am using monsoon 5.1 speakers for my pc.


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Hi Guys


I am just wondering if i was just to watch dvds on my pc using my Dell 18" LCD monitor, should i go for theatertek or windvd or powerdvd?:) I have a M-audio soundcard if that helps matters:) I am using monsoon 5.1 speakers for my pc.


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Kenn.
In your case (18" LCD) I would go with what ever I have already available. I doubt you will see a big difference in PQ, if any. If you went bigger (PJ & screen), TT would definitely be the way to go IMHO.

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Hi Axel.


Thanks for that. So i guess i will stick with powerdvd 5 then:) So if i went windvd platinum i won't notice a difference in pc/sound quality? Are the audio filters in windvd better than powerdvd 5?:p


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Hi Axel.


Thanks for that. So i guess i will stick with powerdvd 5 then:) So if i went windvd platinum i won't notice a difference in pc/sound quality? Are the audio filters in windvd better than powerdvd 5?:p


Cheers.

Kenn.


edit: sorry for the double post. :(
 

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Thanks Andrew!


We appreciate your attention to details.


You won't find any better support than from TheaterTek!
 
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