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  March 4, 2019 - 9:08am
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  Sledgehamma wrote:

Damn! I forgot the java part. It's been a while since I tested it with MrMC, can't remember if Java worked or not. Sorry!
Afaik Kodi just uses libbluray.

Yeah libbluray (and I think one more thing for the java). There was only one dev really working on implementing the bdjava menus so it only came out in Kodi 18 and even then I don’t believe it was for all platforms. While non java menus would be a good start most all menus these days are java based so folks would immediately complain about them not being available Wink

  March 18, 2019 - 8:41am
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So if we were to look at this possibility seriously from a development standpoint.

BD Java menus for FireCore. Would it be worth the effort. I would say a resounding YES!

You could even increase the subscription fee of this Pro+ option as we who use this regularly have HDI Dunes for this task. We care about convenience and quality. Firecore is close but lacks the menus, thus dont get the top dollar. With this function once it is known among the movie buffs it would be the goto solution for super high quality local playback.

It would be a very loyal Pro+ subscription userbase as well. Which means costs are better covered for this development effort.

  August 28, 2019 - 2:18am
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  james wrote:

By default, Infuse will automatically select the main title track. You can then pick from other titles (special features, deleted scenes, etc...) through the Video section of the Playback Menu while a video is playing.

Actual Blu-ray menus are not currently supported.

I'd like to throw my vote in for DVD menus support for a feature in a not-too-distant future release.
Understandably, Blu-ray might be all too hard... but DVD has been around a looong time and there are many lesser app/software/device competitors that include DVD menu support.

I think it would be a very desirable function for anyone with a collection of episodic DVDs.

.... and, menu support or not, thanks very much for adding ISO file support!!

  August 29, 2019 - 12:14pm
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Vote +1

  November 16, 2019 - 8:56am
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Would be nice to have...

  December 8, 2019 - 2:24pm
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+1

  December 27, 2019 - 4:00pm
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+1 been waiting on this for years

  December 27, 2019 - 7:50pm
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+100 for DVD menus! Infuse is so good it makes it strange this feature is missing.

  December 30, 2019 - 11:13pm
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Would also be interested in this.

  December 31, 2019 - 4:38am
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I would also like to emphasize that this a feature that people don't mind paying extra for. Because it means we can retire old hardware that is obsolete in every way but this, the BD-menu function!

  January 25, 2020 - 4:22pm
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How about just DVD menus? This would be so handy with all the DVD backups so many of your users are likely to have. And the code to handle it is open source, so shouldn't be too hard to implement.

Just saying ...

AppleTV4 (32 GB), tvOS 13.4, Infuse Pro 6.3.3, NFS streaming from Netgear ReadyNAS

  January 25, 2020 - 7:29pm
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  movie lover wrote:

How about just DVD menus? This would be so handy with all the DVD backups so many of your users are likely to have. And the code to handle it is open source, so shouldn't be too hard to implement.

+1 for that! Even just DVD menus would be great.