PS3 Media Server 1.10.5

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Re: PS3 Media Server 1.10.5

Postby Audioboxer » Sun Mar 15, 2009 1:51 pm

shagrath wrote:try to unselect the "remux ac3" option

and I think I know what's causing this erratic behavior sometimes


That works now.

But obviously it's transcoding the audio which isn't ideal considering the original track is AC3 :P

I'm sure you'll be able to track down the bug :mrgreen:
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Re: PS3 Media Server 1.10.5

Postby shagrath » Sun Mar 15, 2009 1:55 pm

Audioboxer wrote:
shagrath wrote:try to unselect the "remux ac3" option

and I think I know what's causing this erratic behavior sometimes


That works now.

But obviously it's transcoding the audio which isn't ideal considering the original track is AC3 :P

I'm sure you'll be able to track down the bug :mrgreen:


actually, I thought of removing this option... I also have a few files who do not plays perfectly when this option is enabled...
maybe it's the mencoder demuxing, maybe not, I need to dig further :p
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Re: PS3 Media Server 1.10.5

Postby Audioboxer » Sun Mar 15, 2009 2:02 pm

shagrath wrote:
Audioboxer wrote:
shagrath wrote:try to unselect the "remux ac3" option

and I think I know what's causing this erratic behavior sometimes


That works now.

But obviously it's transcoding the audio which isn't ideal considering the original track is AC3 :P

I'm sure you'll be able to track down the bug :mrgreen:


actually, I thought of removing this option... I also have a few files who do not plays perfectly when this option is enabled...
maybe it's the mencoder demuxing, maybe not, I need to dig further :p


If you remove it doesn't that mean every AC3 track is going to be transcoded :?:

And PE is now working when I tick the option. Well what I did was start with the option unticked, stop playback of the file, tick the option again and resume playback from where I left off. No jumping any more and I know its remuxing as it's playing back as AC3 448 Kbps, where as with the option unticked it plays as AC3 640 Kbps.

Just seems like it's a stability issue?
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Re: PS3 Media Server 1.10.5

Postby galok » Fri Mar 20, 2009 2:43 pm

This might not be the topic to write this at but I do have a question, don't know if you guys have already though of this and deemed it impossible (thou most likely). I wonder if its possible to just transcode a part of the movie lets say the part where subtitles are so your not transcoding the whole picture but just the area where subtitles are. Is this in anyway possible ? can you somehow put in some parameters or something. I know that this might be a stupid question but after searching over the net I found nothing so might a swell ask.

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Re: PS3 Media Server 1.10.5

Postby Horo » Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:44 am

seems like since i installed the latest version. There is more overscan, when i watch anime i'm seeing little of the subs being cut off that i didn't in previous versions.
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Re: PS3 Media Server 1.10.5

Postby giedrys » Sat Mar 21, 2009 4:43 pm

FLAC 94/24(both 5.1 and 2.0) files are being played only at 48hz on my Denon receiver. No matter what settings i use, i cannot get 96hz displayed on the receiver. PS3 connected via HDMI and when playing Blu-Ray discs with 96/24 soundtrack, i always see 96hz. So the problem is definitely not in the receiver.
Any advice?
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Re: PS3 Media Server 1.10.5

Postby meskibob » Sat Mar 21, 2009 4:59 pm

giedrys wrote:FLAC 94/24(both 5.1 and 2.0) files are being played only at 48hz on my Denon receiver. No matter what settings i use, i cannot get 96hz displayed on the receiver. PS3 connected via HDMI and when playing Blu-Ray discs with 96/24 soundtrack, i always see 96hz. So the problem is definitely not in the receiver.
Any advice?

I would guess that the PS3 only supports 96Hz for BR/DVD discs, or just not for streamed media.
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Re: PS3 Media Server 1.10.5

Postby shagrath » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:07 pm

giedrys wrote:FLAC 94/24(both 5.1 and 2.0) files are being played only at 48hz on my Denon receiver. No matter what settings i use, i cannot get 96hz displayed on the receiver. PS3 connected via HDMI and when playing Blu-Ray discs with 96/24 soundtrack, i always see 96hz. So the problem is definitely not in the receiver.
Any advice?


those files are playable from the video folder on XMB
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Re: PS3 Media Server 1.10.5

Postby giedrys » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:31 pm

shagrath wrote:
giedrys wrote:FLAC 94/24(both 5.1 and 2.0) files are being played only at 48hz on my Denon receiver. No matter what settings i use, i cannot get 96hz displayed on the receiver. PS3 connected via HDMI and when playing Blu-Ray discs with 96/24 soundtrack, i always see 96hz. So the problem is definitely not in the receiver.
Any advice?


those files are playable from the video folder on XMB


Exactly, they are playable from video folder, but only downgraded at 48hz.
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Re: PS3 Media Server 1.10.5

Postby giedrys » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:40 pm

meskibob wrote:
giedrys wrote:FLAC 94/24(both 5.1 and 2.0) files are being played only at 48hz on my Denon receiver. No matter what settings i use, i cannot get 96hz displayed on the receiver. PS3 connected via HDMI and when playing Blu-Ray discs with 96/24 soundtrack, i always see 96hz. So the problem is definitely not in the receiver.
Any advice?

I would guess that the PS3 only supports 96Hz for BR/DVD discs, or just not for streamed media.


That would be my guess as well, the question is why when i play 96/24 FLAC file, and when i press "select" button, PS3 info shows "LPCM 96hz". And when i press info on the receiver, it says 48hz.
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