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Old 04-22-2008, 10:50 PM   #1
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Default What movies require Red, Green, Blue Yellow buttons on the remote?

I watched 30 days of night and the art gallery requires the Red, Green, Blue Yellow buttons on the remote to be able to access it.

Anyone knows how many movies have that requirement?

This makes those bonus material not accessable for anyone using PS3 gamepad or 3rd party IR remote on PS3 to control the movie controls.

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Old 04-23-2008, 09:43 AM   #2
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None so far.

As for the PS3 controller, that's not true. Press triangle and you'll bring up a menu that can access the color buttons.
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I just watched a BD movie (either Spiderman 3 or A Few Good Men) that used one of the color coded buttons for bookmarking the place you are at.

I think more and more movies will need this so I will have to reprogram my harmony to have them in the LCD of the remote.

This OP really shouldn't be posted in the movie REVIEW section though. It is more for the general HDM section or the BD player section.
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iRobot was the first BD movie to actively use the color buttons from the remote. During the movie, at any time, you can push one of the color buttons and you will be directed to a bonus feature that pertains to that scene. Each color has a different type of bonus feature. I can't remember what each is. But say you are watching the movie and you press one of them, you go to the featurette about how the sets wer made for a particular scene. When the featurette is done, it sends you back to the movie where you were. I played aroudn with it a little.

It's all a "profile 1.0" movie so you don't need Bonus View or BDLive.

To my knowledge, iRobot is the only movie that does this so far.
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I just watched a BD movie (either Spiderman 3 or A Few Good Men) that used one of the color coded buttons for bookmarking the place you are at.
Ahh, good call, PFC5. Now that I think about it, there might even be more than a couple Sony BD's that use the color buttons for bookmarking.
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GOOD LUCK CHUCK also uses the color coded buttons for additional features.
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