[QUOTE=Kerry56;2717220]There are many oddities about the player. The instructions on the AunPlayer site show some controls at the top left of the main window, where you can adjust Preferences: http://www.aunplayer.com/how-to-use-aunplayer/ These controls do not exist in the beta that I have.
There are no controls for fast forward or reverse, only by chapter points. And the controls that are available, for menus and streams within the movie do not always work. It is possible to change subtitle streams for example, but you cannot turn them off entirely.
My conclusion is that this player is probably not ready to be called a beta release, this is more like an alpha, and no one could rely on it as their main program for playing Blu-ray. The programmers of this player have got a lot of work ahead of them if they are serious about making this thing work.[/QUOTE]
I’ve had better luck with the program than you have so far in that I haven’t encountered a disc that it couldn’t play (albeit in a number of cases with a fair amount of “fiddling”; see below) but I agree that there are many bugs and other oddities.
As you’ve noticed, it isn’t possible to turn off subtitles altogether when playing blu-ray content though they can be turned off when playing dvd content (from disc or hard drive folder).
Usually, though not always, the program will find and play the correct title (i.e. the main movie). If it gets it wrong, you can change the title stream being played by a right click on the display to access the title information and change the title being played.
However, frequently you will have to click to change the title and then redo it (even though the changed title is already displayed) before the program will make the change; same applies to changing the subtitle stream (i.e. you usually have to do it twice; and I suspect that that may be the case with all of the in movie controls).
Another bug that you’ve noted is in playing ripped blu-ray content in that the program will often start in the middle of the movie. If you back it up a chapter, then close and restart the program and then reload the folder, it will then usually start where it’s supposed to (i.e. the beginning).
There is no doubt that, at its current state of development, the program is buggy, but, if you can get it to work for you, it is a free alternative and loads significantly faster than any of the commercial players.