mgillespie wrote:Tried this quickly this evening, and no problems so far.
Music streaming to Noxon2 (MP3, WMA) work fine
Music (MP3, WMA) and Video streaming(AVC, DivX) to PS3 work fine.
Not played with the transcoding yet.. But no regressions to report so far...
thanks for testing.
The flac.location was not there as we had installed flac simply in the cgi-bin directory - for local files it is not needed
The Philips problem: for quite a while now we can not reproduce this (SMS systle navigation works fine on our SL400i here), that's why
we have problems in 'fixing' this
Synology 207+ - nope - we will not address new self installed NAS in the future.
Please try to play arround with the transcoidng stuff - we expect lots of problems there
ThyMaster wrote:Findings on Kodak Frame:
Still some pictures won't load and produce an error message (Picture is defect, press OK to continue). This happens also with earlier TV versions and seems to be random. I'll investigate further and will try to figure out the defunct pictures.
Not a real bug but a heavy usability issue: Navigation is real awkward on a Kodak frame due to the missing "ALL" feature for pictures (see also my post at http://www.twonkyforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=4562.
Use NASStup.exe from 4.4.2 final ; but I’ve to copy files from “resources” and “plugins” directory manually to public\twonky\resources…. But still no luck; when I telnet in my Maxtor and type “ps” no twonky found ....
Same as in beta 2..!! What’s up!? Please give me any tip / hint…
looks as if all Linux versions are broken.
We will fix this on Monday and release an update
wget is a program that is used by the Twonky install process to copy the files from your PC onto the MSS2
we have released TwonkyMedia 5.0 Beta 1 for testing.
mikle_01 wrote:Perhaps, thats more profitable and further TwonkyMedia-support and development is disallow....
mikle_01 wrote:Seems, they're follow and pursue there new strategy and product: PVConnect (for Home Server). There's a worldwide; huge commercial, economic sector like Fujitsu-Siemens, Terratec,.... which selling there Server/Clients with preinstalled PVconnect:
Perhaps, thats more profitable and further TwonkyMedia-support and development is disallow....
Direct to consumer product
In addition to the PVConnect media server and client SDK, PV also offers a popular direct-to-consumer PC product called TwonkyMedia. End users can download the TwonkyMedia media server to their PC to share media on any compatible device.
k1200rs wrote:yeap, seems twonky is busy elsewhere, on the beach?
Why don't they just say it?
The lack of communication, the lack of Beta progress and even the lack of update of their Web site look like if the product was dead (not sure what I am trying to say is correct in English, is it?)
Christian and Twonky, you need to COMMUNICATE
malaki86 wrote:malaki86 wrote:Before I bother with the beta, I have a quick question:
Has subtitle support been added?
I guess it'd be safe to say no, since no one has replied...
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests