I've just installed the latest version using the USB method, unfortunately I encountered a few issues that makes much of my blu-ray film collection unwatchable without re-encoding them, which I'd really like to avoid.
Every film I tried to play (using Direct Play) with FLAC audio was terribly out of sync by a second or more.
However, switching to an alternate audio stream during playback (to a DTS or DTS-HD audio stream) played perfectly. It was just FLAC streams that were out of sync with. Unfortunately when I converted my blu-ray collection to MKVs (losslessly) with makemkv, I used a profile that converted LCPM audio to FLAC to save space.
I tested 5 or 6 films and the issue was consistent. I think it may be made worse after repeatedly skipping forward 30 seconds.
PGS subtitles were also completely non-functional, but if I played the same videos though the TV's DLNA media streaming functionality (ie, not Emby), the PGS subtitles displayed fine, so it's definitely not an issue with the firmware / built-in video decoder.
I'm using a Samsung SmartTV (UE50MU6120) with the latest firmware updates.
Any chance of fixing these issues soon?
Edited by hedgehog90, 21 July 2019 - 10:54 AM.