Question about Televison & Video
There is an anle icon that displays in the top right hand corner of the screen during playback, which is distracting and annoying - one can toggle between the different angles, but not get rid of it say Philips. this is a high definition 10.2 screen which is fantastic and then Philips screw it up with this stupid icon. Is there any way I can get into the machine to disable this icon? I only want to view the films.
After many long minutes of searching, I found the solution:
Depending upon your model of Pioneer player, you can switch this off in the Setup menus. Look for an entry about "Angle Indicator".
This worked for me. I had to stop the movie, go into the 'home menu' on my remote. Now I'm back to enoying Spirited Away without the annoying camera angle and blue line.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
From the MX Entertainment website - in case it helps
MX-featured DVDs have an exceptionally high degree of compatibility with DVD players, and are designed to provide high quality audio and video as well as cutting edge interactive features while being compliant with the DVD-Video specification. However, the DVD-Video specification is complex, and some players interpret it in unusual or incorrect ways. If you experience any of the issues below, check with the player manufacturer to see if a firmware update is available.
During programs with MX features, a camera/angle icon or menu appears over the video.
MX features are implemented using the multiangle capabilities of DVD-Video. Some player manufacturers force display of an indicator on screen when multiple angles are present. This is meant to be helpful, but can become annoying.
Most players which do this allow the indicator to be disabled via the player setup menu (look for a setting for Angle Mark) or by pressing Display, Exit, or Cancel when the angle icon is on screen.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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