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cinda86

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Post Sun Feb 13, 2011 2:34 am

c6500 blu ray and drop outs

I have 2 c6500 blu ray players and get constant drop outs. I also use Serviio for my Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 with no drop outs.
I've made sure that the profiles are set to Samsung C and turned of Bit Torrent. Still get drop outs.
Any suggestions???
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Cerberus

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Post Sun Feb 13, 2011 8:47 pm

Re: c6500 blu ray and drop outs

can you porvide more information on your setup as without this i will just be guessing.
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danzeb

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Post Tue Feb 15, 2011 1:17 am

Re: c6500 blu ray and drop outs

I never get drop outs using Serviio .5 and Samsung C6500 so it does work with the proper setup. Could be computer speed, router speed (g or n), firewall, distance to router, etc.
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cinda86

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Post Tue Feb 15, 2011 8:41 am

Re: c6500 blu ray and drop outs

N Router, ADSL 2, within a 5 to 10 metres in distance with only a wolden door between, no firewalls, 4GB ram, 3 ghz processor

The drop outs happen at ramdom times but does not affect the Playstation or Xbox which is on the same system.
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tkos

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Post Tue Feb 15, 2011 11:04 pm

Re: c6500 blu ray and drop outs

Do you have something else that may be causing your ports to open and close on the router? Try stopping all running programs and just run serviio.
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sunnyday

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Post Thu Feb 17, 2011 2:38 pm

Re: c6500 blu ray and drop outs

I have previously also exerienced some dropouts when streaming from BD-C6500 - but it's gone now. Hard to tell exactly what was the cause, i made the following changes at once:
* Upgraded my CPU to Intel 64 bit
* Installed Windows 7 64 bit
* Installed only JRE 64 (not JRE 32 at all)
* Upgraded to Serviio 0.5
* Changed Serviio GUI settings to let Serviio use two CPU kernels

Since then I have had no problems whatsoever koncerning dropouts, laggings etc. Almost like watching from USB stick.
I am usually streaming HD mkv:s wirelessly via 802.11g router placed on another floor in the bulding configured with WPE security.
Even FF/REW and time positioning works on most mkv:s!

Be careful not to transcode when it is not needed.
Samsung UE46D5005XXE | Samsung BD-C6500
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joshcmf

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Post Fri Mar 25, 2011 6:22 pm

Re: c6500 blu ray and drop outs

I would just like to say that I have the same problem. Unplugging the xbox 360 that is sitting 1 foot away seems to solve the problem so maybe you can give that a try. I dont have a PS3 to see if that causes interference. Its annoying but maybe something to do with the wireless on this player. Hopefully can be fixed through firmware?

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