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    Originally Posted by sam298 View Post
    Thatís good news. How about a movie that is less than 66gb in size? Will that play? UB450 canít do that.
    I just tested, I burnt Transporter 3 which is 65GB, and playback was very smooth, no issues at all.
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    Originally Posted by sam298 View Post
    Thatís good news. How about a movie that is less than 66gb in size? Will that play? UB450 canít do that.
    I just tested, I burnt Transporter 3 which is 65GB, and playback was very smooth, no issues at all.
    Transporter 3 is not BD-66. It is BD-100. See here
    https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Transporter-3-4K-Blu-ray/206289/

    The total size should be roughly 61.5gb or less so it is written only to the first two layers.
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    Originally Posted by sam298 View Post
    Originally Posted by lxy172733823 View Post
    Originally Posted by sam298 View Post
    Thatís good news. How about a movie that is less than 66gb in size? Will that play? UB450 canít do that.
    I just tested, I burnt Transporter 3 which is 65GB, and playback was very smooth, no issues at all.
    Transporter 3 is not BD-66. It is BD-100. See here
    https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Transporter-3-4K-Blu-ray/206289/

    The total size should be roughly 61.5gb or less so it is written only to the first two layers.
    I saw it, but the actualy size of the folders are almost 66GB, that's why the commercial disc uses BD-100. If the actual size of the folders are 2GB or 5GB less than 66GB, the the disc should be BD-66, but it's very close to 66GB, so BD-100 should be reasonable choice.
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    I just bought Panasonic DMR-ZR1 from Japan. it costed me $250 shipping from Japan to US. It is worth it because the picture quality is better than UB9000. For the BDXL playback, DMR-ZR1 supports BDXL playback but its audio and video always hiccups, the sound is intermittent, and picture is not consistent. Can anyone explain why this happens? thank you. The BDXL disc I used is SONY BD-RE XL 100GB.
    Are the onscreen menus all in Japanese? What about the text on the remote control?
    I assume that the actual manual will be in Japanese only?
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    Originally Posted by C.C. 95 View Post
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    I just bought Panasonic DMR-ZR1 from Japan. it costed me $250 shipping from Japan to US. It is worth it because the picture quality is better than UB9000. For the BDXL playback, DMR-ZR1 supports BDXL playback but its audio and video always hiccups, the sound is intermittent, and picture is not consistent. Can anyone explain why this happens? thank you. The BDXL disc I used is SONY BD-RE XL 100GB.
    Are the onscreen menus all in Japanese? What about the text on the remote?
    Yes, they are all in Japanese, what I do is to use Google translate to translate into English
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    Originally Posted by lxy172733823 View Post
    I just bought Panasonic DMR-ZR1 from Japan. it costed me $250 shipping from Japan to US. It is worth it because the picture quality is better than UB9000. For the BDXL playback, DMR-ZR1 supports BDXL playback but its audio and video always hiccups, the sound is intermittent, and picture is not consistent. Can anyone explain why this happens? thank you. The BDXL disc I used is SONY BD-RE XL 100GB.
    Are the onscreen menus all in Japanese? What about the text on the remote?
    Yes, they are all in Japanese, what I do is to use Google translate to translate into English
    Wow. That works- but I'm sure that can be a bit of a bear with all the features it looks like this has!
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    Originally Posted by C.C. 95 View Post
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    Originally Posted by C.C. 95 View Post
    Originally Posted by lxy172733823 View Post
    I just bought Panasonic DMR-ZR1 from Japan. it costed me $250 shipping from Japan to US. It is worth it because the picture quality is better than UB9000. For the BDXL playback, DMR-ZR1 supports BDXL playback but its audio and video always hiccups, the sound is intermittent, and picture is not consistent. Can anyone explain why this happens? thank you. The BDXL disc I used is SONY BD-RE XL 100GB.
    Are the onscreen menus all in Japanese? What about the text on the remote?
    Yes, they are all in Japanese, what I do is to use Google translate to translate into English
    Wow. That works- but I'm sure that can be a bit of a bear with all the features it looks like this has!
    I just turn on the camera and set the detected language as Japanese and the language you want to translate. It's very simple.😃
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    Originally Posted by sam298 View Post
    Thatís good news. How about a movie that is less than 66gb in size? Will that play? UB450 canít do that.
    I just tested, I burnt Transporter 3 which is 65GB, and playback was very smooth, no issues at all.
    Transporter 3 is not BD-66. It is BD-100. See here
    https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Transporter-3-4K-Blu-ray/206289/

    The total size should be roughly 61.5gb or less so it is written only to the first two layers.

    I saw it, but the actualy size of the folders are almost 66GB, that's why the commercial disc uses BD-100. If the actual size of the folders are 2GB or 5GB less than 66GB, the the disc should be BD-66, but it's very close to 66GB, so BD-100 should be reasonable choice.
    Well, if this player plays BD-XL when the data is written only to two layers <62gb, then this would be the only player that is available in the market that can play any BD-XL.
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    Originally Posted by sam298 View Post
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    Originally Posted by lxy172733823 View Post
    Originally Posted by sam298 View Post
    Thatís good news. How about a movie that is less than 66gb in size? Will that play? UB450 canít do that.
    I just tested, I burnt Transporter 3 which is 65GB, and playback was very smooth, no issues at all.
    Transporter 3 is not BD-66. It is BD-100. See here
    https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Transporter-3-4K-Blu-ray/206289/

    The total size should be roughly 61.5gb or less so it is written only to the first two layers.

    I saw it, but the actualy size of the folders are almost 66GB, that's why the commercial disc uses BD-100. If the actual size of the folders are 2GB or 5GB less than 66GB, the the disc should be BD-66, but it's very close to 66GB, so BD-100 should be reasonable choice.
    Well, if this player plays BD-XL when the data is written only to two layers <62gb, then this would be the only player that is available in the market that can play any BD-XL.
    Yes, I have tested various data capacity from yesterday till now, ranging from 51GB to 65GB, from 67GB to 94GB, DMR-ZR1 can play all of them without any issues.
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