Config file Philips HTS9520/12 blu-ray Home Theatre System

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Config file Philips HTS9520/12 blu-ray Home Theatre System

Postby leroy » Thu Oct 20, 2011 9:23 pm

I would first like to say thanks to everyone who contributed to this wonderful project.

All codecs supported by the Philips HTS9520 are programmed by the "supported = " lines.
This way the native supported formats/codecs will be streamed, and the unsupported codecs will be (automatic) real-time transcoded.

This config-file is created and tested by using a big assortment of media files with different codecs.
I like to share this, so that other Philips users can test it. Feedback appreciated :)

Unfortunately the browser of the HTS9520 is quite unstable with PMS and crashes easily, to prevent this do the following:
Hide the virtual folders like the "#--TRANSCODE--#" folder and the "#Video Settings#" (with 1.60.0 already default disabled) in the GUI or PMS.conf
Do not change the content of the Shared folders while the player is used.
Besides this issue and some others (described to findings inside the config file) this player working great here.

How to use:
Paste this config file to the renderers folder:
C:\Program Files (x86)\PS3 Media Server\renderers (windows)
Use the zip file for download, from Updated versions.

Additionally the png icon can be added to the same folder.
philips-hts icon.zip
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philips hts9520_12.png
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The HTS9520/12 is divx-ultra and wmv-sd certified !
Therefore the maximum native supported resolution of avi/divx is limited to 720×576 and wmv1/wmv2 to 1280×720.

If you uses this config-file with a player that supports native DivX Plus and/or wmv full (1920x1080),
you can easily edit this config file, by removing "#" with some "Supported=" lines.

The Philips HTS and BDP models both have according the 'Codec_table_all.xls' the same specifications.
This config-file should also be tested on a blu-ray disk player that supports DLNA.

Very useful information about supported formats/codecs with Philips products, downloaded from Philips support.
Codec_table_all.zip
Codec_table_all.xml
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Postby leroy » Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:16 pm

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# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# PS3 Media Server renderer configuration profile for the Philips HTS9520
# 2010 blu-ray Home Theatre System.
# Revision number 1.7
# Tested with HTS9520/12 with firmware V54
# Tested with ps3 media server 1.60.0
# Refer to PS3.conf for help all settings used.
# By Leo from Holland. (leroy on forum)

# Histoy:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# version 1.0  First tested version posted
# version 1.1  Changed "CreateDLNATreeFaster = true" to false (reduced error while browsing)
# version 1.2  "StreamExtensions = mkv" Also divx added, to use the player-abilities,
#              like movie menu and switching between subtitles and audio streams
#              Added lpcm audio to mpegps mpeg2 as an "Supported" audio codec
#              aac audio is tested "ok" with mpegts and mpeg2 video
# version 1.3  According to the Philips specs from "Codec_table_all.zip" some changes:
#              Added mpeg2 to mkv as "Supported" and mpeg1 as an (possible "Supported" codec)
#              Added dts to mpegps (possible "Supported" codec)
#              Added h264 to wmv (possible "Supported" codec)
#              Separated avi/divx. (different support audio and video codec)
#              Added mpeg1 and mpeg2 to avi and divx (possible "Supported" codec)
#              Added mpeg1 and mpeg2 to mp4 (possible "Supported" codec)
#              Added max bitrate mp3 b:327680
#              Added max bitrate wma b:262144 (max tested with a constant bit rate)
# version 1.4  Changes to findings and spelling
# version 1.5  Changes to findings and spelling
#              Changed "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 0" to "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 27"
#              (maximum player support with transcoding to MPEGAC3)
# version 1.6  Changes to findings and spelling
#              Added possible other useful settings
#              Shortened code by using gmc:0|1|2
#              Renamed RendererName = Philips Home Cinema to Philips Blu_ray
#              Changed "TranscodeVideo = MPEGAC3" to MPEGTSAC3
#              Changed "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 27" to "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 0"
#              (now ff max 4x works with transcoded video)
#              Removed mkv and divx with "StreamExtensions =" and added m2ts
# version 1.7  Changes to findings and spelling
#              Changes because of updated PMS code
#              Renamed this config file to PhilipsHTS 1.7.conf
#              Renamed "RendererName = Philips Blu_ray" to Philips HTS
#              Renamed "RendererIcon = philips hts9520_12.png" to philips-hts.png
#              Added ability to easily use MPEGAC3 for transcoding
#              Added ability to easily give native support for divx plus / full wmv players
#              Removed dv from "Supported" lines
#              Removed tiff as "Supported" format
#              Removed "b:327680" with "f:aac ="

# Possible supported players:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# According the specifications from the "Codec_table_all.xls" downloaded from Philips support,
# this config should be suitable for AVM 2010/2011 HTS and BDP models.
#
# The "AVM 2011 HTS and BDP models" have same native supported codec specifications,
# except additional native suport for .rm .rmvb (Real Media)
#
# The next Philips home theatre systems supports DLNA: (info pdf leaflets)
# HTS5220 , HTS5580 , HTS5590 , HTS9140 , HTS9520 , HTS9540

# Specification Philips HTS9520:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Taken from leaflet 27.5.9
#
# Audio playback: aac,mp3,wav,wma
# Still picture playback: gif,jpeg,jpeghd,jpegprogressive,png
# Video playback: avchd,avcsd,divx-ultra,mpeg1,mpeg2,mpeg4,wmv-sd
#
# File formats:
# audio: aac,mka,mp3,wma
# picture: gif,jpeg,jpg
# video: asf,avi,divx,mkv,mp4,mpeg,mpg,wmv
#
# Sound system:
# dolby digital 5.1
# dolby digital plus
# dolby true hd
# dts 96/24
# dts digital suround
# dts es
# dts-hd high resolution audio
# dts-hd master resolution
#
# Constant bitrate:
# mp3: 112 kbps - 320 kbps
# wma: 48 kbps - 192 kbps
#
# Taken from manual:
# audio sampling frequency:
# mp3: 32 kHz, 44,1 kHz, 48 kHz
# wma: 44,1 kHz, 48 kHz

# Philips forum:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The HTS9520 supports the following External subtitle formats native: (USB only!)
# microdvd.sub
# substationalpha.ssa
# substationalpha.ass
# subrip.srt
# *.txt (from microdvd)

# Connection info:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# User-agent obtained from the debug.log file:
# HTTP User-Agent: IPI/1.0 UPnP/1.0 DLNADOC/1.50
#
# Additional information obtained with the "Device Sniffer for UPnP Technologies" program:
#
# M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1
# HOST: 239.255.255.250:1900
# MAN: "ssdp:discover"
# MX: 3
# ST: ssdp:all
#
# This is the SSDP Discover Service.
# This service apears every 30 seconds.

# Protocol info:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# I wasn't able to read out the protocol info (mime-types) of the HTS9520 with the
# "Device spy for UPnP Technologies" program.
#
# To find the correct mime types for this player (the ones used with the "Supported" lines),
# I searched the Internet for mime-type lists, and tried to apply these.

# Findings:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Information about the native supported codec can be downloaded
# from the philips supportforum. http://www.supportforum.philips.com (Codec_table_all.xls)
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The browser of the HTS9520 is quite unstable and crashes easily,
# and gives next error on TV screen: "F:Error Reading File"
# This bug is very annoying, because if the browser crashes,
# you have to browse from the root page again.
# By hiding the virtual folders #--TRANSCODE--# and #Video Settings# (default hided),
# the browser is more stabile.
#
# The browser also crashes if the folder content is changed while the player is used,
# and you browse into that folder.
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Annoying is that if the #--TRANSCODE--# folder is enabled,
# this virtual directory is placed under the first media file.
# This first media file can only be played, by browsing to the previous or next folders,
# until the desired file is out of sight, and than back.
# After this refresh (whereby hopefully the browser not crashes) the #--TRANSCODE--# folder,
# is placed above the first media file and this file can be played.
#
# If the priority for audio and subtitle language is set correctly, the #--TRANSCODE--# folder
# is not needed for selecting the desired audio/subtitles and this issue is solved.
# Just add a tick to "Hide #--TRANSCODE--# Folder" in the "Navigation/Share Settings" tab
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# While browsing, every mediafile that is not native supported, (or contains a subtitle)
# and therefore needs transcoding, start transoding before this media file is played.
# This takes couple of seconds (transcoding buffer fills) and than this stops.
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The fastest way to (re)connect is by restarting the server.
# By (re)starting the player, it is possible there is a delay of max 3 minutes for connection.
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The HTS9520 is divx-ultra and wmv-sd certified!
# Therefore is the maximum supported resolution of avi/divx native limited to 720×576,
# and wmv1/wmv2 to 1280×720.
# If you uses this config with a player that supports DivX Plus / wmv full (1920x1080),
# you can use the deprecated "Supported" lines.
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Only embedded (No external like .srt) subtitles like UTF-8, ASS, RLE (DVD-Video),
# are native supported through DLNA.
# From PMS 1.50.2 (SB64) it's possible with mkv to use the player abilities with the
# #--transcode--# folder by selecting [no encoding].
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# mpeg-4 audio files need the .m4a file extension to play native.
# With the .mp4 extension these are seen as a mp4 video file.
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Matroska audio (.mka) is supported with usb, unfortunately I wasn't able to make it
# works native with this config file. (transcoding works fine)
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The only thumbnails that works and therfore visible are some,
# mp3 files with an embedded cover image.
# A small on the right of the browser and a bigger one while playing.
# Those mp3 files have the format version 1 and profile layer 3 audio codec.
# Unfortunately not all of these files with a cover included gives a thumbnail.
# Here MediaInfo output for 3 different files where only one has a working thumbnail:
#
# No thumbnail:               No thumbnail:        Thumbnail works:
# Cover      : Yes            Cover      : Yes     Cover      : Yes
# Cover type : Cover (front)  Cover MIME : JPG     Cover MIME : image/jpeg
# Cover MIME : image/jpeg
#
# I guess the "Cover MIME" type in the file has to be "image/jpeg" and not "JPG",
# and that it can not contain a "cover type".
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The following codec are NOT native supported by the HTS9520 with my test files.
# They are not excludable within the defining of the "Supported" formats.
# So unfortunately they are played incorrect and not (auto) transcoded.
#
# (only mpeg4 asp is supported native according Philips specs from Codec_table_all)
#
# video:
# avi mpeg-4 visual with FMP4 codec id and simple@L1 format profile.
# avi mpeg-4 visual with MPG4 codec id.
# avi mpeg-4 visual with MP42 codec id.
# avi mpeg-4 visual with MP43 codec id.
# avi mpeg-4 visual with UMP4 codec id.
# mp4 mpeg-4 visual with 20   codec id and simple@L1 format profile.
# wmv mpeg-4 visual with MP42 codec id.
# mov mpeg-4 quickTime with avc (h.264) and format profile main@L4.1
# wmv2 (windows media video 8) works only native from 640x480 and 23.976 fps.
# mkv avc (h.264) with format profile main@L5.1 , high@L4.0 and high@L5.1
#
# audio:
# wma version 1
# wma voice
# wma pro
# wav with dts

# Setup:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
RendererName = Philips HTS
RendererIcon = philips-hts.png

# Renderer recognition:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# HTTP User-Agent: IPI/1.0 UPnP/1.0 DLNADOC/1.50
UserAgentSearch = IPI

# No additional additional HTTP header known.
UserAgentAdditionalHeader =
UserAgentAdditionalHeaderSearch =

# Config settings:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Enables the use of "Supported" to more accurately define the supported formats,
# for the renderer and faster browsing.
MediaInfo = true

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# With "SeekByTime = false" it is also possible to use the on screen menu "seek by time",
# with native supported avi video files.
SeekByTime = false

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# HTS9520 supported codec for video transcoding: MPEGAC3 , MPEGTSAC3
# With MPEGAC3 it's not always possible to fast-forward and no rewind,
# and "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 27" is needed,
# but slightly more video files are correctly played.
# With MPEGTSAC3 fast-forward (4x max) works great with transcoded video but no rewind.

TranscodeVideo = MPEGTSAC3
MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 0

# REMOVE "#" with next 2 lines and ADD "#" to the 2 lines above if you want to use MPEGAC3.
#TranscodeVideo = MPEGAC3
#MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 27

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# On HTS9520 supported codec for audio Transcoding: MP3 , LPCM , WAV
TranscodeAudio = WAV

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Ignored if "MediaInfo = true":
MuxH264ToMpegTS = true
MuxDTSToMpeg = true
MuxLPCMToMpeg = true
MimeTypesChanges = audio/wav = audio/x-wav | audio/x-m4a = audio/mp4

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Best left empty if "MediaInfo = true": (Overrides the programed "Supported" lines)
TranscodeExtensions =
StreamExtensions = m2ts

# Media renderer capabilities:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Video = true
Audio = true
Image = true
DLNALocalizationRequired = false
DefaultVBVBufSize = false
TranscodeAudioTo441kHz = false
WrapDTSIntoPCM = true
ChunkedTransfer = false
TranscodeFastStart = false
TranscodedVideoFileSize = 0
ShowDVDTitleDuration = true
H264Level41Limited = true
AutoExifRotate = false

# Used "ForceJPGThumbnails = false" because the player support jpg, png and gif native.
# Although NO thumbnails visible.
ForceJPGThumbnails = false

# (The browser is more stabile with false)
CreateDLNATreeFaster = false

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Ignored for files matching "Supported" formats.
MaxVideoWidth = 1920
MaxVideoHeight = 1080

# Possible other useful params:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ShowAudioMetadata = true
# ShowSubMetadata = true
# UseSameExtension =
# DLNAProfileChanges =
# DLNAOrgPN = true
# MediaParserV2_ThumbnailGeneration = false
# CustomMencoderQualitySettings = keyint=5:vqscale=1:vqmin=3:vqmax=5
# CustomMencoderOptions =

# Supported formats:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Here is programed the player native support.
# The "Supported" will only be used if "MediaInfo = true".
# "ok" will mean that I have tested this codec combination.
# "?" will mean that I have no test files with this codec, but according the,
# Codec_table_all.xls it is native supported.

# [Supported video formats:]
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# mpegps with mp3 audio is not supported with my test files.
# =====================ok====ok======ok==ok==ok===?==
Supported = f:mpegps v:mpeg1|mpeg2 a:mpa|ac3|lpcm|dts m:video/mpeg

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Both mime types works with mpegts: video/vnd.dlna.mpeg-tts , video/mpeg
# The HTS9520 gives a TSF addition to mpegts files.
# eac3 is not supported.
# =====================ok====ok===ok==?=====ok===ok==ok==ok==ok==?======?====
Supported = f:mpegts v:mpeg2|h264|vc1|mp4 a:lpcm|ac3|dts|mpa|aac|truehd|dtshd m:video/mpeg

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The HTS9520 is divx ultra certified.
# The maximum "Supported" resolution of avi and divx is therefore limited to 720×576.
#
# .avi qpel and gmc test:
# HTS9520 ok      qpel yes gmc 2  .avi divx (divx 5)
# HTS9520 ok      qpel no  gmc 2  .avi divx (divx 5)
# HTS9520 ok      qpel yes gmc no .avi mp4  (xvid asp l5)
# HTS9520 NOT ok  qpel no  gmc 3  .avi mp4  (xvid asp l5)
# HTS9520 NOT ok  qpel yes gmc 3  .avi mp4  (xvid asp l5)
# (xvid offer 3-warp-point gmc, which is not supported)
#
# avi with vc1 video is not supported with my test files.
# Mime types working with avi and divx: video/avi , video/x-ms-avi , video/x-msvideo
# ==================ok===ok==ok===?=====?===================ok===ok==ok==ok==ok==?==
Supported = f:avi v:divx|mp4|h264|mpeg1|mpeg2 w:720 h:576 a:lpcm|ac3|mpa|mp3|wma|dts m:video/x-msvideo gmc:0|1|2
#
# REMOVE "#" with next line if your player support avi with full HD resolution (1920x1080).
#Supported = f:avi v:divx|mp4|h264|mpeg1|mpeg2 a:lpcm|ac3|mpa|mp3|wma|dts m:video/x-msvideo gmc:0|1|2

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# None of my tested files with the divx format have qpel or gmc.
# ===================ok===?===?=====?===================ok==ok==?====?===?==
Supported = f:divx v:divx|mp4|mpeg1|mpeg2 w:720 h:576 a:ac3|mp3|lpcm|mpa|wma m:video/x-msvideo
#
# REMOVE "#" with next line if your player support DivX Plus (1920x1080).
#Supported = f:divx v:divx|mp4|mpeg1|mpeg2 a:ac3|mp3|lpcm|mpa|wma m:video/x-msvideo

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# mp4 with lpcm audio is not supported.
# mime type video/h264 can not be used for mp4.
# Both mime types works for mp4: video/quicktime , video/mp4
# ==================ok==ok===?=====?=======ok==ok==ok==?==
Supported = f:mp4 v:mp4|h264|mpeg1|mpeg2 a:ac3|aac|mp3|mpa m:video/mp4

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# mov with mp3 audio is not supported.
# mov with lpcm audio is not supported.
# mov mpeg4 quicktime with xvid video format is not supported.
# Mime type video/h264 can not be used for mov.
# Both mime types works for mov: video/quicktime , video/mp4
# ==================ok==ok=====ok==?===?==
Supported = f:mov v:mp4|h264 a:aac|ac3|mpa m:video/mp4

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# wmv with vc1 or mp4 video are native supported up to 1920x1080
# Both mime types works for wmv: video/wmv , video/x-ms-wmv
# ==================ok==ok==?======ok==ok==ok==
Supported = f:wmv v:vc1|mp4|h264 a:wma|mp3|lpcm s:48000 m:video/x-ms-wmv
#
# The maximum native supported resolution of wmv1 and wmv2 is 1280×720. (wmv-sd)
# ==================ok=================ok==ok==ok==
Supported = f:wmv v:wmv w:1280 h:720 a:wma|mp3|lpcm s:48000 m:video/x-ms-wmv
#
# REMOVE "#" with next line if your player support wmv1/wmv2 with full HD resolution.
#Supported = f:wmv v:wmv a:wma|mp3|lpcm s:48000 m:video/x-ms-wmv

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# None of my tested mkv files works with truehd or eac-3 audio.
# Maximum resolution of mkv with mp4,divx (and probably mpeg1,mpeg2) is limited to 1280×720.
# mkv with mp4 video and advanced simple@l5 profile is native supported up 1920x1080,
# but this profile is unfortunately not separate to define with the "Supported" lines.
# ==================ok==ok===ok====?====================ok===ok==ok==ok==ok==ok==?===?====
Supported = f:mkv v:mp4|divx|mpeg2|mpeg1 w:1280 h:720 a:lpcm|ac3|dts|mpa|mp3|aac|wma|dtshd m:video/x-matroska
#
# REMOVE "#" with next line if your player support all mkv files with full HD resolution.
#Supported = f:mkv v:mp4|divx|mpeg2|mpeg1 a:lpcm|ac3|dts|mpa|mp3|aac|wma|dtshd m:video/x-matroska

# mkv with h264 or vc1 video is native suported up to 1920x1080
# ==================ok===ok====ok===ok==ok==ok==ok==ok==?===?====
Supported = f:mkv v:h264|vc1 a:lpcm|ac3|dts|mpa|mp3|aac|wma|dtshd m:video/x-matroska

# [Supported audio formats]:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Mime types audio/wav , audio/L16 can NOT be used for wav.
# ============ok====ok=
Supported = f:wav a:mp3 n:2 s:48000 b:327680 m:audio/x-wav
# ============ok====ok==
Supported = f:wav a:lpcm n:2 s:48000 b:1445069 m:audio/x-wav

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ============ok==ok=
Supported = f:mpa|mp3 n:2 s:48000 b:327680 m:audio/mpeg

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# wma with 256 Kbps const bitrate tested.
# ============ok====ok=
Supported = f:wma a:wma n:2 s:48000 b:262144 m:audio/x-ms-wma

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Next mime types works for m4a and mp4 with aac: audio/3gpp , audio/3gpp2 , audio/mp4
# mp4 audio files must have the .m4a file extension.
# alac is not supported.
# ============ok====ok=
Supported = f:mp4 a:aac s:48000 b:327680 m:audio/mp4
# ============ok====ok=
Supported = f:aac a:aac s:48000 m:audio/mp4

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ============ok=====ok==
Supported = f:aiff a:lpcm n:2 s:48000 b:1445069 m:audio/L16

# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# My Tested adts audio files are badly parsed. NO tested line:
# Supported = f:adts a:aac s:48000 m:audio/vnd.dlna.adts

# [Supported image formats]:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Unfortunately no preview thumbnail of image files visible.
Supported = f:jpg m:image/jpeg
Supported = f:png m:image/png
Supported = f:gif m:image/gif
# -------------------------------------- end of config ---------------------------------------
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Updated versions:

Postby leroy » Mon Oct 24, 2011 8:01 pm

Version 1.0
First tested version posted

Version 1.1
Changed "CreateDLNATreeFaster = true" to false (reduced error while browsing)

Version 1.2
"StreamExtensions = mkv" Also divx added, to use the player-abilities,
like movie menu and switching between subtitles and audio streams
Added lpcm audio to mpegps mpeg2 as an "Supported" audio codec
aac audio is tested "ok" with mpegts and mpeg2 video

Version 1.3
According to the Philips specs from "Codec_table_all.zip" some changes:

Added mpeg2 to mkv as "Supported" and mpeg1 as an (possible "Supported" codec)
Added dts to mpegps (possible "Supported" codec)
Added h264 to wmv (possible "Supported" codec)
Separated avi/divx. (different support audio and video codec)
Added mpeg1 and mpeg2 to avi and divx (possible "Supported" codec)
Added mpeg1 and mpeg2 to mp4 (possible "Supported" codec)
Added max bitrate mp3 b:327680
Added max bitrate wma b:262144 (max tested with a constant bit rate)

Version 1.4
Changes to findings and spelling

Version 1.5 (Deprecated)
Changes to findings and spelling
Changed "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 0" to "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 27"
(maximum player support with transcoding to MPEGAC3)
Philips hts9520_12 1.5.conf.zip
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Version 1.6 (Deprecated)
Changes to findings and spelling
Added possible other useful settings
Shortened code by using gmc:0|1|2
Renamed RendererName = Philips Home Cinema to Philips Blu_ray
Changed "TranscodeVideo = MPEGAC3" to MPEGTSAC3
Changed "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 27" to "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 0"
(now ff max 4x works with transcoded video)
Removed mkv and divx with "StreamExtensions =" and added m2ts
Philips hts9520_12 1.6.conf.zip
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Version 1.7 (Featured)
Changes to findings and spelling
Changes because of updated PMS code
Renamed this config file to PhilipsHTS 1.7.conf
Renamed "RendererName = Philips Blu_ray" to Philips HTS
Renamed "RendererIcon = philips hts9520_12.png" to philips-hts.png
Added ability to easily use MPEGAC3 for transcoding
Added ability to easily give native support for divx plus / full wmv players
Removed dv from "Supported" lines
Removed tiff as "Supported" format
Removed "b:327680" with "f:aac ="
PhilipsHTS 1.7.zip
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Last edited by leroy on Fri Nov 04, 2011 7:09 pm, edited 6 times in total.
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Re: Config file Philips HTS9520/12 blu-ray Home Theatre Syst

Postby leroy » Sat Dec 29, 2012 4:28 am

I found a solution in the PMS code, where it could last max 3 minutes with this player to make an connection with the server.
The current PMS code does not respond to the M-SEARCH message "ssdp:all" sent by this player.
I made a Pull Request with a fix.
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Re: Config file Philips HTS9520/12 blu-ray Home Theatre Syst

Postby Raptor399 » Sat Dec 29, 2012 10:08 am

Thanks!

Fix committed and pull request closed.
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Re: Config file Philips HTS9520/12 blu-ray Home Theatre Syst

Postby Evagelion » Sat Mar 09, 2013 4:32 am

Hi

I downloaded your version 1.7 CONF. info into my renderer folder. I loaded PS3 media player and turned on my BDP5200/98, but I can't see the media player, neither can the program see my blue ray player.

I reloaded the program, restarted the server. Waited around for 5 minutes. Nothing helped to make the two connect to each other.

Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
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