Anyone have a custom conf for Panasonic DMP-BD75?

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Anyone have a custom conf for Panasonic DMP-BD75?

Postby mendes9 » Sun Mar 04, 2012 5:48 pm

Hello, I have a Panasonic DMP-BD75 player, and PS3 sees the player, I did add one customization to useragent section and now PMS sees it as panasonc render. The issue is it play's back very few files most of my stuff doesn't play. Does anyone have any customized conf that gives better support of more files? For instance, I can't get one single .mkv to play.

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Re: Anyone have a custom conf for Panasonic DMP-BD75?

Postby mendes9 » Sun Mar 04, 2012 9:31 pm

Playing with it a little more, seems like when it needs to encode, it crashes. Trying the same video from another pc running wmp worked ok.
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Re: Anyone have a custom conf for Panasonic DMP-BD75?

Postby mendes9 » Sun Mar 04, 2012 11:55 pm

I found another conf file in another thread for Panasonic TV's, I tried it and works much much better. MP4's work fine, .mts viled from my sony video camcorder work fine, MKV still don't work though. I had to modify the useragentsearch line or else it was picking up the DMP-BD75 with the sony bluray config file.

UserAgentSearch=IPI/1.0 UPnP/1.0 DLNADOC/1.50


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#------------------------------------------------------------
# ps3mediaserver profile for ps3
# DO NOT MODIFY THIS (OR AT YOUR OWN RISK)

#------------------------------------------------------------
# General informations / detection

RendererName=Panasonic Blu-Ray
RendererIcon=kuro.png

#UserAgent: regular expression to detect the connected renderer
UserAgentSearch=IPI/1.0 UPnP/1.0 DLNADOC/1.50

#UserAgentAdditionalHeaders: additional http header for better detection
UserAgentAdditionalHeader=X-PANASONIC-DMP-Profile
#UserAgentAdditionalHeaderSearch=

#Basic capabilities
Video=true
Audio=true
Image=true

#------------------------------------------------------------
# DLNA settings

#Use the DLNA feature seek by time and not by range
SeekByTime=false

#Serve different flavors of localization in the DLNA parameters (PAL/NTSC, NA/EU/JP)
#to allow every worldwide renderer to see the files. Important for Sony Bravia's TVs
DLNALocalizationRequired=true

#------------------------------------------------------------
# Transcoding/Muxing capabilities
#

#Transcode codecs for video and audio engines
#currently supported: MPEGAC3, MPEGTSAC3 or WMV for video, PCM or MP3 for audio
TranscodeVideo=MPEGAC3
TranscodeAudio=PCM

#Use default DVD buffer size: false = greater bitrate and faster encoding,
#but can generate incompatible videos, depends of your media renderer
DefaultVBVBufSize=true

#Muxing capabilities: Does the media renderer supports H264 and MPEG2 in a mpegts file ?
#Deprecated if MediaInfo=true
MuxH264ToMpegTS=true

#Does the media renderer supports DTS in a mpeg file ?
#Deprecated if MediaInfo=true
MuxDTSToMpeg=false

#Does the media renderer supports DTS wrapped into LPCM in a mpeg file ?
WrapDTSIntoPCM=false

#Does the media renderer supports LPCM in a mpeg file ?
#Deprecated if MediaInfo=true
MuxLPCMToMpeg=true

#Maximum bitrate supported by the media renderer (0=unlimited)
MaxVideoBitrateMbps=80

#Max Width and Height supported by the media renderer (0=unlimited)
MaxVideoWidth=0
MaxVideoHeight=0

#Does the media renderer supports only H264 L4.1 at most ?
H264Level41Limited=true

#Does music files need to be resampled at 44.1kHz?
TranscodeAudioTo441kHz=false

#Does the client need to receive transcoded video with minimal delay ? (Useful when the client has a small timeout delay)
TranscodeFastStart=true

#Size of the transcoded file (unknown length) sent to the renderer (could determine browsing failure/success)
#Possible values:
#           -1: Specific value working with the PS3, means perfect transcoding and copying support (it's against the dlna spec though)
#            0: size attribute is NOT sent to the renderer (defaut value if this parameter isn't used)
# 100000000000: 100Gb, if you want to be sure that the media file is not cutted before the end ?
TranscodedVideoFileSize=0

#-----------------------------------------------------------
# Misc Images

#Rotate Jpeg files based on EXIF infos
AutoExifRotate=true

#------------------------------------------------------------
# Misc Files

## If you want to apply a specific extension for your transcoded files:
#UseSameExtension=mpg

# Mime types transforms (oldmime=newmime|olemime2=newmime2|...)
# Deprecated if MediaInfo=true
MimeTypesChanges=audio/wav=audio/L16|video/mp4=video/mpeg|video/mkv=video/mpeg

# What extensions are forcefully transcoded
# Don't use this if MediaInfo=true, prefer codec configurations
TranscodeExtensions=
# What extensions are forcefully streamed as is (and not transcoded)
# Don't use this if MediaInfo=true, prefer codec configurations
StreamExtensions=


#container: avchd, divx, mpeg2
#ext: divx,avi, mpg, mpeg
#vid.kodek: DIV3, DIV4, DIVX, DX50, DIV6, MPEG-2(PS)
#aud.kodek: mp3, mpeg, ac3
#GMC not supported
#titulky: microdvd, subrip (musi byt stejny nazev)...zobrazeniv poradi SRT, SUB, TXT
#obrazky: jpg,jpeg 4:4:4, 4:2:2, 4:2:0


# ===========================================================================
# All supported media formats of this renderer (the rest will be transcoded)
# First steps towards a faster/proper file/codec/mimetype management system (false by default)
# 1- Parse files with mediainfo on Windows/OSX (Linux too if libmediainfo and libzen installed)
# 2- Deprecate following parameters: MuxH264ToMpegTS,MuxDTSToMpeg,MuxLPCMToMpeg,MimeTypesChanges
# 3- The server will skip badly parsed, corrupted files or wrong coding, preventing potential playback errors
# 4- Faster browsing, due to the launch of ffmpeg/mplayer first thumbnailer process with each http client request, rather than in the browse DLNA request
MediaInfo=false
# The media parser and this configuration file will recognize the following formats/codecs (lowercase only, regex supported):
# Chosen from the most common used and supported formats/codecs (no need to manage ADPCM, nobody cares)
#        mpegps      (mpeg presentation stream, used in DVD Videos, VCDs, etc.)
#        mpegts      (mpeg transport stream, used in sat tv, blu rays, etc.)
#        wmv      (Windows Media Video, tag also used for asf files)
#        avi      (AVI container)
#        mp4      (ISOM/MPEG4 container, or MPEG4 codec)
#        mov      (Quicktime container, Apple)
#        flv      (Flash Video)
#        rm         (Real Media, RMVB)
#        mkv      (Matroska)
#        wav      (WAVE file)
#        wavpac      (WavPack)
#        lpcm      (Linear PCM)
#        aac      (Advanced Audio Codec)
#        ac3      (Audio Coding 3)
#        mp3      (Mpeg Audio Layer 3)
#        mpa      (Mpeg Audio)
#        ogg      (Ogg Vorbis)
#        wma      (Windows Media Audio)
#        dts      (Digital Theater Systems)
#        dtshd      (Digital Theater Systems)
#        truehd      (TrueHD)
#        eac3      (Extended AC3)
#        atrac      (Atrac)
#        flac      (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
#        ape      (Monkey's Audio)
#        ra         (Real Audio)
#        mpc      (MusePack)
#        aiff      (AIFF)
#        alac      (Apple Lossless)
#        dv         (Digital Video)
#        mpeg1      (Codec used in VCD)
#        mpeg2      (Codec used in DVD Videos and HDTV)
#        divx      (DivX Video)
#        h264      (H264)
#        mjpeg      (M-JPEG)
#        vc1      (VC-1)
#        jpg      (Jpeg)
#        png      (PNG)
#        gif      (GIF)
#        tiff      (TIFF)
#        bmp      (Bitmap)
#        und      (Undetermined, if the parser did not recognize one of above)
# Usage:
#    f: format, MANDATORY (the only conf for a 'eat everything' renderer would be f:.+)
#    m: mimetype, STRONGLY RECOMMENDED (if not declared, an estimated value is assigned)
#    v: video codec
#    a: audio codec
#    n: max nb of audio channels
#    s: max audio sample frequency in Hz
#    b: max audio bitrate in bps
#    w: max width in pixels
#    h: max height in pixels
#    other flags: right now, only qpel and gmc (see avi)

# In case of multiple matches, the first mime type of the list is the used one.
# Be careful with regexps such as .+ : You shouldn't use these only if you're sure your renderer is quite versatile

# Taken from the playstation site:
#    The following types of files can be played under  (Video).
#    Memory Stick Video Format
#    - MPEG-4 SP (AAC LC)
#    - H.264/MPEG-4 AVC High Profile (AAC LC)
#    - MPEG-2 TS(H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, AAC LC)
#    MP4 file format
#    - H.264/MPEG-4 AVC High Profile (AAC LC)
#    MPEG-1 (MPEG Audio Layer 2)
#    MPEG-2 PS (MPEG2 Audio Layer 2, AAC LC, AC3(Dolby Digital), LPCM)
#    MPEG-2 TS (MPEG2 Audio Layer 2, AC3(Dolby Digital), AAC LC)
#    MPEG-2 TS (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, AAC LC)
#    AVI
#    - Motion JPEG (Linear PCM)
#    - Motion JPEG (mu-Law)
#    AVCHD (.m2ts / .mts)
#    DivX
#    WMV
#    - VC-1(WMA Standard V2)
#
# gives:

# [Supported video formats]:
# Here we declare support (or lack) of DTS (here, none of the entries declare dts as a supported audio codec)
Supported = f:mpegps|mpegts    v:mpeg2|mp4|h264    a:ac3|lpcm|aac|mpa   m:video/mpeg
# No H264 for AVI files, plus specific mediainfo attributes, for better auto detection (qpel and gmc are not supported here)
Supported = f:avi|divx    v:mp4|divx|mjpeg   a:mp3|lpcm|mpa|ac3   m:video/x-divx   qpel:no   gmc:0
Supported = f:mp4    v:mp4|h264   a:ac3|aac   m:video/mp4
# WMV files are supported, but not with 5.1 audio: (hence the n:2)
Supported = f:wmv    v:wmv|vc1   a:wma   n:2   m:video/x-ms-wmv

# [Supported audio formats]:
Supported = f:wav   a:dts   n:6   s:48000   m:audio/wav
Supported = f:wav   n:2   s:48000   m:audio/wav
Supported = f:mp3   n:2   m:audio/mpeg
# Apple lossless not supported
Supported = f:aac   n:2   a:(?!alac).+   m:audio/x-m4a
Supported = f:wma   n:2   m:audio/x-ms-wma
Supported = f:atrac   n:2   m:audio/x-oma

# [Supported image formats]
Supported = f:jpg   m:image/jpeg
Supported = f:png   m:image/png
Supported = f:gif   m:image/gif
Supported = f:tiff   m:image/tiff

# ===========================================================================
Last edited by Raptor399 on Mon Mar 05, 2012 8:52 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Edited for code fragments
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Re: Anyone have a custom conf for Panasonic DMP-BD75?

Postby mendes9 » Mon Mar 05, 2012 7:49 pm

I also have a PS3, and while the PS3 plays almost everything from PS3 media server that I throw at it, 2 things I've noticed. First I can't play .mts files from my camcorder while the Panasonic Blu-Ray player does. Which is strange since PS3 supportrs .mts natively. 2nd, has anyone noticed that you can't play movies on the PS3 by selecting a movie from the PS3 web browser? Was this something int he lastest firmware on teh PS3? Meaning, previously I was able to open my PS3 web browser, to say www.whatever.com/movie.avi and play anything that the PS3 natively supports it. This is how I used my PS3 to view movies before using PS3 media server. Now, when I try and do that, PS3 wants to download the file to the PS3 hard drive. Anyone else notice this?
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Re: Anyone have a custom conf for Panasonic DMP-BD75?

Postby mendes9 » Sun Mar 18, 2012 12:18 am

I give up, way too much hassle.. can't wait for my popcorn hour to arrive.
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Re: Anyone have a custom conf for Panasonic DMP-BD75?

Postby Raptor399 » Sun Mar 18, 2012 10:49 am

mendes9 wrote:2nd, has anyone noticed that you can't play movies on the PS3 by selecting a movie from the PS3 web browser? Was this something int he lastest firmware on teh PS3? Meaning, previously I was able to open my PS3 web browser, to say http://www.whatever.com/movie.avi and play anything that the PS3 natively supports it. This is how I used my PS3 to view movies before using PS3 media server. Now, when I try and do that, PS3 wants to download the file to the PS3 hard drive. Anyone else notice this?

A recent PS3 firmware update improved the web browser.
What you're describing may very well be the result of that.
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