Dazler wrote: ↑
Wed Sep 19, 2018 1:35 pm
Also to make sure,
Pretty much every 4k movie that you can burn/copy can it be played on the x box.
I’ve seen a mixed bag of results when people try to burn 1:1 copies (full folder structures and/or full ISO file) of UHD BDs and try to play them back in ANY 4K player. (E.g. Xbox One, OPPO, etc) Some discs work and some don’t. Often appears to be a problem with the handling of the dual and/or triple disc layers during the burning process. What does that mean? In short, a player’s laser appears to have a problem switching at the right moment from one disc layer to another on the burned copy (original copy plays fine). Could be due to a few reasons. In depth version? Google.
And is the audio, ATMOS, hdr still the same.
If you make a 1:1 copy of the FULL disc or create NON-RE-ENCODED remuxes then yes of course. By definition there is no reason it wouldn’t be. A caveat being that MKV containers CANNOT yet pass Dolby Vision onto players. Just the HDR10 layer.
Don’t know what any of that means? Then time for you to start doing some research/leg work on your end as that topic can go on for pages and there are already hundreds of places readily available discussing that in detail across the web, and can be easily found through a simple Google search and on some cases a search within this forum.