I got my Pandorum Bluray today from Amazon. I had seen it before, but i acquired it on the....cough...down low a couple of months ago and because i enjoyed the film so much, i thought, why not throw money at the filmmakers face and buy the bluray...hence today. Upon receiving it, i scanned the cover art which is a 3D effect sheath slid in the bluray case. On both cover art (3D and 2D) it stated that the film uses DTS-MA. No problem since my soundcard does not have an HDMI with protected audio path, i am going to have to apply a work around in order to experience the full unmolested audio. Anyhoo, when i place the disc in my bluray drive to convert the DTS-MA to flac, i noticed in the track information that.....the bloody audio is TrueHD
so i don't need to rip it since it can be decoded in real-time unmolested in MPC-HC (with aid of AnydvdHD).
Such a big bolls up, mislabbeling the audio format of the film :rofl: This is something i'd expect from those dodgey Nigerian films on SVCD that i have....cough...stashed away than a Hollywood production (some of them are not bad BTW)
Hollywood....more like Bolls-up-wood