The good thing is, everyone can read now that the people who wrote stories, lies and wrong information here, and on many other websites, about us and our software do not have cojones to admit that they were wrong. Everyone can now see that people are simply embarrassing.
Now after we brought the proof, they requested, they spin their new X-files. But we expected this. It is easy to say: Envious people do not have cojones and honor.
No, the only notable point is the fact that a database for a movie containing Cinavia in both the DVD and Blu-ray [B]means nothing[/B] in regard to resolving questions about the methodology used in CinEX. Never has, never will. Those who’ve tested your database and found what it contains have never claimed that the middle registers had to come from a DVD. Certainly a possibility, but also not a given fact.
But there are arguments that support your explanation of the process too. There seems to be very little logical reasoning for keeping the upper and very low registers of the original DTS HD MA audio if you are mixing that with an outside source. Why not just keep an original audio stream from a DVD or streaming source intact, since its audio quality should be sufficient?
In other words, those of us looking from the outside and trying to understand the methods haven’t got enough information necessary to make any type of definitive conclusion as to how the program works. And I doubt we ever will.