The specified DVD drive is the first drive Zoom Player look at when you press play in DVD mode.
If no DVD media is found in the drive, Zoom Player quickly scans other drives for DVD content.
Fast Forward Speed
This is a fractional number that defines the play rate when Fast Forward is enabled. This value is limited to a maximum of 20 (a microsoft limitation).
Slow Motion Speed
This is a fractional number that defines the play rate when Slow Motion is enabled (any value from 0.01 to 0.99 is valid).
This is a fractional number that defines the play rate when Rewind is enabled. The value is limited to a maximum of 20 (a microsoft limitation).
Fast Forward / Rewind Rates
When using the Increase/Decrease Rate functions, you can choose which DVD Fast Forward/Rewind speeds are cycled through.
Maintain Audio During FF/RW
When enabled, Fast Forward and Rewind should maintain audio. Not all DVD Decoders support this feature.
Preferred DVD Audio Language
A DVD Audio Track has three distinct characteristics. The Audio Language, The Audio Type/Format (AC3/DTS/PCM/Etc...) and
the number of discrete Audio Channels. Zoom Player tries to match the best audio stream (as some DVDs may have more than one) that
matches the language, then the audio type and finally the number of channels selected.
Preferred DVD Subtitle Language (Auto-Enable subtitles if match is found)
By enabling the preferred Subtitle Language, Zoom Player tries to find and display the specified subtitle language.
This is done on a per-"DVD Title" level (some DVDs may have different subtitle tracks on different DVD Titles).
If a language match is made, the Subtitle is made visible (even if the option to automatically hide subtitles on the "DVD Settings" page is enabled).
Preferred DVD Menu Language
When enabled, Zoom Player will instruct the DVD disc to display its Menus in the selected language. If the
menu language doesn't exist on the disc, the menu language defaults to the System language. If the menu
isn't available in the system language, the disc's default menu language is used.