[QUOTE=Kerry56;2710545]Cinavia has nothing to do with the movie playing out of order. Cinavia is an audio watermark that, when detected on a copy, will stop playback of the audio.
If this is a complete backup of the movie, the correct playlist should be included in it. Since it plays on the computer correctly, it sounds like the playlist you want is included. There are a couple of different things you could try in order to select the correct playlist.
First, mount the iso file in a virtual drive, like Slysoft Virtual Clone Drive. It is free to download and use.
Then try using ClownBD to select the main movie and do a quick backup to blu ray format. This will not re-encode the movie, so it should be fairly fast. http://www.clownbd.com/ You will lose menus and extras.
ClownBD will normally select the right playlist. When you make this copy, play it from the hard drive first before trying to burn it to a disc.
Another program to do basically the same thing is BD Rebuilder. If the movie is small enough to fit onto a disc without re-encoding, it will just let it pass through. Like ClownBD, BD Rebuilder is really very good at selecting the correct playlist, but you’ll need to test the output to be sure.
You can try both the main Movie Only option in BD Rebuilder, or the Full backup if you want the menu and extras. But if the movie wasn’t decrypted properly, the full backup may show the same symptoms of faulty playback.[/QUOTE]
I meant to say Sony DADC protection called Screen Pass, Yes all playlists are there, like I said it’s an exact disc image of the damaged disc, I have 50GB BD-R’s so full backup is not a problem.