[mythtv-users] HDTV as UPnP devices... list of TVs that work and ones that don't work??
robgreene at gmail.com
Mon Jan 5 02:09:33 UTC 2009
For my setup, I downloaded a 30 minutes HD episode to a flash drive
and it plays just fine when plugged into the Samsung TV. So I think
the MPEG2 files are ok...
On Sun, Jan 4, 2009 at 1:45 AM, David Blain <mythtv at theblains.net> wrote:
>> Thanks for your quick commits. Unfortunately, it does not
>> appear to work. All files now immediately comes up as "Not
>> Supported File Fomat." Prior to this change, it seemed to
>> at least attempt to read the file before that message appeared.
>> Can I supply any logs to help troubleshoot?
> First, make sure the tv can truly handle the file format you are using. Use
> the upnp server software that came with the tv and have it serve up one the
> of the mythtv files. If it works correctly, proceed with the following:
> Capture a tcpdump or equivalent of the tv talking to the vendor supplied
> software (that worked above) from the initial discovery to the start of
> Also, please capture the same information using the mythbackend upnp server.
> (up until the "Not supported file format" message).
> I will compare the two captures and see if there is anything obvious that
> may be wrong with our implementation.
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