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Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Sat Sep 02, 2017 10:09 pm
by Vritra
Compatible: Sony KD-49XD8005 and KD-55X8505C, Libratone New Zipp
NOT compatible: Libratone New Zipp Mini

But both Libratones should work well, they are using the same codecs! But the Mini says "Source not found Code 716" with BubbleUPNP as used app. :? So I cannot use them as multi room renderers. :cry: If I'm using another DLNA server, Media Go e. g., everything works fine! So there must be an issue with Serviio.

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 10:19 am
by Vritra
Two weeks later and still no answers or new posts? Is this forum dead? :(

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:38 pm
by atc98092
Not dead at all, but most of us don't like to respond with an I don't know. It doesn't help anything, and you need someone with knowledge in a specific area. I have no idea what a Libratone is. :oops:

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 10:56 pm
by Vritra
atc98092 wrote:I have no idea what a Libratone is. :oops:


Well, this is an issue where I can help :!: :lol:

Libratone is a Danish brand of wireless DLNA certified audio speaker systems. They are really *very* compatible with any systems and protocols. One of their slogans: "if you can stream it, the ZIPP and ZIPP MINI can play it via WiFi or Bluetooth". This is why I'm rather frustrated because the smaller one of them does not stream contents from Serviio although it has the identical firmware as the bigger model - which does very well with Serviio.

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 3:08 pm
by luder
Phillips SmartTV works fine. Also HEOS works although there is a slow detection rate and this is the subject of another post.

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:38 am
by oliverfischer
I am using Samsung TV

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 5:42 pm
by serge
Happy to report that Serviio works beautifully with my Yamaha WXAD-10 wireless streaming adapter and plays all my music formats I could throw at it: mp3, FLAC, WAV, AAC, ALAC in 16/24 bit up to 96kHz. I changed to Serviio because Plex would not play back ALAC files.
Well done guys! :)

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Tue Feb 27, 2018 11:45 pm
by bkgeist
I use five different Roku throughout my house for five different television sets. The Serviio and the streaming application available through Roku work well. One issue: no fast forward or rewind for streaming video. Bummer! Other than this though, I really love being able to stream my saved TV programs to any TV in the house. The Roku streaming utility and Serviio work well together. I also have access to photos and audio files, though I do not make use of this as much.

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 12:41 pm
by atc98092
bkgeist wrote:I use five different Roku throughout my house for five different television sets. The Serviio and the streaming application available through Roku work well. One issue: no fast forward or rewind for streaming video. Bummer! Other than this though, I really love being able to stream my saved TV programs to any TV in the house. The Roku streaming utility and Serviio work well together. I also have access to photos and audio files, though I do not make use of this as much.


Roku cannot do trick play with transcoded files, unless they are applehttp format. We aren't using that format at this time because it doesn't support multi-channel ac3 audio. By default, Serviio assigns the most restrictive Roku profile, since the players themselves don't identify themselves accurately via DLNA. If you have a Roku released within the last couple of years, select one of the other Roku profiles. Note that if your video is encoded with MPEG2, the only Roku devices that can play them without transcoding are the Roku TVs. But if your video uses MP4 or H264 video, and you don't have Dolby TrueHD audio, you should be able to play the video without transcoding. If you are not using an AVR for your audio, then DTS Master Audio will also require transcoding.

Send me a PM if you have any specific questions about the various Roku players that aren't necessary to be discussed here in the forum.

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2018 5:45 pm
by rbruce25
Here is a list of the devices I own and have tested with Serviio Pro versions 1.5.2 and 1.9.2

Roku 4 (4400) works - versions 1.5.2 and 1.9.2

Roku 2 XS (3100) works - versions 1.5.2 and 1.9.2

Roku N1100 works with 1.5.2 does not work with 1.9.2

Panasonic P42X3 (plasma) works - versions 1.5.2 and 1.9.2

Asus Memo M572C works - versions 1.5.2 and 1.9.2

LG-BDP (350) works - versions 1.5.2 and 1.9.2

LG-BD570 Works - versions 1.5.2 and 1.9.2

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2018 11:42 pm
by savvy2
thanks very much for helping
yes all 100% h.264 mpeg4 .
Yes HDMI end to end, and Ethernet wired. (edit Yamaha) AVR , Rx,v375 + LG-- LM55-6400
i can not find the link in serviio for roku profiles, im looking now , nothing and newest serviio, I force loaded nightly build FFmpeg.exe 91991 in to serviio/ lib and subtitle work on serviio for the first time ever.
where is this? " Roku 1080 Media Player (2016+)"
I have transcoding turned off, so FF can work. as most everyone says to do.

and the last line you talked about all HD audio.

my MKV has 2 audio channels
both AC3 (H.264)
5.1 DD
2 channel DD
do those force trans-coding? both?

multichannel, AAC means , 2channels up or 5 channels up.
are you saying only 2channel auto works with FF? or just DD version of 2 channel>?
one of my tests, if I delete subtitles in the mkv file container, FF works instantly.

is there a best form of 5.1 channel audio that works with FF?
my base mkv is aac (avcodec) Dolby pro logic II, and then Hand brake it to 2 channel AC3 or AC3 5.1 mixdown, 5.1 channels.
but ff fails.
only 2channel lets me FF
I need to learn the 5.1 rules even simple 5.1 channel no dolby , no surround. and can this avoid transcoding... learning fast thanks to you. cheers. Ill do more testing tomorrow.

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 7:39 pm
by Meelis
NOT compatible: Philips 55POS9002

OK: mkv HD works only with (Panasonic Viera 2013) profile.
NOT OK: mkv 4K works somehow with huge problems and only with (Samsung TV / player (J-series) profile. Sound is cutting, picture hangs. Overall impossible to watch. Not working.
PROBLEM: No profile where both HD and 4K will work together. Need to switch all the time between profiles. 4K videos problematic.

server: synology DS718+

:cry:

Re: Compatible devices list

PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 8:08 pm
by atc98092
Meelis wrote:NOT compatible: Philips 55POS9002

OK: mkv HD works only with (Panasonic Viera 2013) profile.
NOT OK: mkv 4K works somehow with huge problems and only with (Samsung TV / player (J-series) profile. Sound is cutting, picture hangs. Overall impossible to watch. Not working.
PROBLEM: No profile where both HD and 4K will work together. Need to switch all the time between profiles. 4K videos problematic.

server: synology DS718+

:cry:

I know we're working in the other thread, but wanted to point out that specifying MKV doesn't mean much. MKV is a container, and it can have a wide combination of video and audio codecs within that container. It's far more important to identify the codecs involved.