Some other features worth mentioning can be accessed by right clicking from within the video window. Under the
"Bookmark/Capture" you can capture a frame from the movie while it is playing or add a bookmark for a scene that you
want to return to later. Then, through the browser, you can preview your captured scenes and save them or delete them
or resume playback from bookmarks.
Under the "Audio" tab of the setup menu is an "Advanced" button. In this advanced menu, you can choose between SRS or
Dolby surround headphone modes and between SRS or Dolby mode for the virtual speaker mentioned earlier. In both cases I
personally preferred the surround simulation provided by the SRS modes to that of the Dolby modes. This is a matter of
personal preference though so you should definitely experiment with both to see which you prefer. Here you can also
enable 96 KHz/24 bit decoding.
Aside from the general hardware setup and TV output configuration under the "Video" tab is a feature called PAL
TruSpeed. Enabling this option corrects the 4% speed error that occurs when NTSC movies are transferred to the European
PAL standard. If you are watching a PAL DVD, enabling this feature stretches the movie to it's original duration
with minimal audio distortion.
The last new feature I want to cover here is Language Mate. Available under "Repeat" in the right click menu, this
feature allows you to repeat a 6, 12, or 18 section of a film so you can listen to the dialog over and over again. This
could be helpful to those trying to learn to speak a new language.