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solid54

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Post Mon Mar 28, 2011 2:21 am

Re: New D8000 series and Matroska

Cerberus wrote:
zip wrote:He's asking if it can be played natively ;-) It looks that the file doesn't fit into any DLNA profile (I think only SD h264 is supported with ac3 in MOV). I could make it play but it would be going around the standard. Will see - create a bitbucket ticket with link to this topic, pls.


yer i know, they always seem to think we transcode files for the fun of it or to make life difficult, and not for the fact it wont work if it isnt transcioded. :roll: :mrgreen:


Or we are asking because we don't understand the application enough to know if our file should play natively or not. I don't mind transcoding if needed, but I like to avoid it if I can.

If this file format isn't support by DLNA standards currently, no problem. I would rather have other features first before going around the standard to support my files. I will create a bitbucket ticket for it either way.
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Post Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:02 pm

Re: New D8000 series and Matroska

solid54 wrote:
Cerberus wrote:
zip wrote:He's asking if it can be played natively ;-) It looks that the file doesn't fit into any DLNA profile (I think only SD h264 is supported with ac3 in MOV). I could make it play but it would be going around the standard. Will see - create a bitbucket ticket with link to this topic, pls.


yer i know, they always seem to think we transcode files for the fun of it or to make life difficult, and not for the fact it wont work if it isnt transcioded. :roll: :mrgreen:


Or we are asking because we don't understand the application enough to know if our file should play natively or not. I don't mind transcoding if needed, but I like to avoid it if I can.

If this file format isn't support by DLNA standards currently, no problem. I would rather have other features first before going around the standard to support my files. I will create a bitbucket ticket for it either way.


It has nothing to do with the DLNA standard, its because the renderer does not support it...
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Post Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:13 pm

Re: New D8000 series and Matroska

It actually may be supported by the renderer (like MKV, which is not DLNA supported), Serviio just rejects it beforehand because it cannot decide what DLNA profile it is.
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