I have some retail movie dvd, which has some reading (surface) problems. It doesn't have much scratches, but a slight "film" on the small area of the surface. I just wonder how it works better on the dvd-rw drive than the bd-re drive, which really struckles with that disc? On my standalone bd-player it seems to play just fine.
Shouldnt bd drives have better capability to play damaged discs? Other discs the bd-drive plays just fine, even ones with scratches.
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Last edited by Dvdman78; 26th Mar 2022 at 02:29.
I dont think its a copyprotection issue. Its Blue Underground region 0 dvd and others like that plays fine.