-Very slow file browsing.
-Specs saying Vobsub works, but they "forget" to mention it's only if it's internal Vobsub.
-A menu system with no names, only icons. Did someone actually think when doing the GUI?
-Zoom, video and sub settings can't be saved globally.
-Can't change subs for RARed DVDs. (though not Syabas's fault)
Though in XBMC has it problems too and some missing basic features, like automatically playing next video file without queue or playlist. But compared to Sybas, bugs get fixed faster. With Sybas you have to wait for the big firmware update with tons of fixes. With XBMC you can just download latest build (http://mirrors.xbmc.org/nightlies/) and it might have the bug fixed.
Quote:Will XBMC support ISOs with full menuing for both BD and DVD backups?It supports full DVD menu, but not BD. I don't think BD menus will ever be supported. That requires Java support, at least for some BDs.
You can still play a BD by playing the largest m2ts file. Though if you use subtitles when watching BD then you better use an external player or the DSplayer. That's because DVDplayer (XBMC's media player) won't remove "used" subtitles after X seconds, instead you'll have subtitles showing all the time.
If you really want a BD menu you could use an external player and just use XBMC to browse and start your BDs.
Quote:Does XBMC support now or does it have plans to support internet content such as Youtube internally or do you need to exit back out to your browser for this type of content?XBMC had a couple Youtube scripts and other stuff before the "addon merge", though IMO they weren't that good. I guess they have to be fixed to work with the new addon system. Your best bet if you want a lot of working internet content atm is Boxee.