TOMORROW NEVER DIES Software Question

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  1. GerardoHP

    GerardoHP Supporting Actor

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    While trying to watch the TND DVD from the 007 Collection, I get the on-and-off image of a camera icon over the top of the frame indicating, I believe, that if I press the angle button on my remote, I'll be able to watch some special features.

    Can anyone tell me how to turn the thing off?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Mike_Skill

    Mike_Skill Stunt Coordinator

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    I beleive that has to be turned off from your player set-up menu. Toshiba's for example come with on-screen info active as a default.
     
  3. MichaelG

    MichaelG Second Unit

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    I am pretty sure that you can disable this through the DVD menu (ie, the special features of the DVD itself). I don't really remember the actual sequesnce, but I have done it.

    Go to special features and look for something that has to do with story boards (something like that), because the DVD can show some story board material during the scene that is currently on screen.
     
  4. Jesse Skeen

    Jesse Skeen Producer

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    This disc displays a 007 symbol onscreen when the 2nd angle is available; this is done via a subtitle track. The camera thing is put there by the player to show on any disc that has a multi-angle option; this can be turned off in the player's setup menu. Pushing "Display" might also be able to turn it off, as my player is set to not show this by default but can be turned on and off with the "Display" button just in case I ever wanted to have it on.
     
  5. Qui-Gon John

    Qui-Gon John Producer

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    I too had the camera thing and tried all sorts of stuff to turn it off, (via the DVD menu). No luck. I will test my players menu.
     

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