kick_wel wrote:I see i'm not alone, so it isn't my configuration or server. Maybe I need to send an e-mail to Philips.
kick_wel wrote:I don’t think it doesn’t play divx or xvid at all. On my tv I also have the possibility to watch pictures, movies and music directly from a memory stick. When I put a Xvid or Divx videos on that memory stick I’m able watch it.
Philips has a new kind of upnp compatible tv's with an integrated network interface. It is also possible to connect a memorycard or usbstick/drive to view movies. With an usb device it is possible to vieuw xvid, divx and mpeg2 files. With the PMM it is also possible to stream a lot various coded streams: xvid, divx and others.
The problem occurs when using an other upnp media server such as twonky 4.1. When streaming xvid or divx the tv doesn’t know the format, other files as mp3 jpeg mpeg2 are correctly showed.
Some philips tv owners like to buy your program when it correctly play xvid/divx , and when needed will help twonkey with testing and understanding the problem.
kick_wel wrote:I have a new Philps streamium television (model 37pf9731/10), with an integrated network interface, Philips delivered a program called Philips Media Manager (PMM) with that program I can see all digital (including DivX, XVID, etc) video’s. But I want to use TwonkyMedia under Debian, because PMM doesn’t work under linux without.
The specifications of my tv are viewable in pdf: http://huize-wel.nl/~kick/tv/37pf9731.pdf, you can see that it supports upnp and different kinds of divx and xvid.
The problem is that with Twonky my tv doesn’t play any divx, xvid or mpg4, only the filetypes as mpeg, mp3, jpg are correctly showed. My question is, if there is a possibility to play that kind of video files with Twonkey on my tv and not only mpeg?
I also published my .ini file of Twonky http://huize-wel.nl/~kick/tv/twonkyvision-mediaserver.ini
Ps. I also tried ushare and a lot of other upnp players, some even didn't show jpeg files.
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