Redsz wrote:Hey All,
I've been using the latest version of the PS3 media server for some time and have had relatively few issues. The issues I have had generally involved playing some form of .mkv file that resulted in an error message, either data unsupported / data is corrupted. For reference I am running windows 7 (32bit) on an intel i5 system.
I updated ps3 media servers versions of MPlayer and MEncoder and this problem was solved for me. (this solution is also discussed in this thread viewtopic.php?f=6&t=7203&start=40#p34807)
Replaced only mencoder.exe & mplayer.exe in the "ps3 media server\win32\" directory with the mencoder.exe & mplayer.exe from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mplayer ... z/download (MPlayer-p4-svn-32198.7z)
Replaced mencoder_mt.exe in the "ps3 media server\win32\" directory with mencoder.exe (yes, renamed file to _mt.exe) from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mplayer ... z/download (MPlayer-p4-svn-32198-mt.7z) <-- NOTICE this is a different link and file than the previous... "MT"
Note, that the file I linked assumes you are using a pentium 4 (or better) processor. See below or this page for the version that aligns with your processor: http://oss.netfarm.it/mplayer-win32.php/url
CPU Build (r32198)
AMD Single Core athlon
AMD Multi Core (X2/X3/X4/Phenom) athlon / athlon-xp mt
Intel Pentium3 p3
Intel Pentium 4 or better Single Core p4
Intel Pentium 4 or better Multi Core (core2/xeon/etc) p4 / p4 mt
Generic 486 or better rtm
I've been searching for a solution to this issue for sometime now and this is my first success without reworking the video. Thought I would share in the event others were also having issues.
datdamnmachine wrote:I used this to address an issue I had in the following thread:
5.1 FLAC still doesn't work but the MKV's that wouldn't play now all play. However, a new problem has come up. It seems that subtitles are acting up. They show up but they will stay on screen until the next subtitle comes up. Didn't notice it until watching some Anime the other day. Is anyone else, including the thread-starter, experiencing this issue since performing this fix?
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