Great!brotherjohn wrote:SubJunk wrote:Did anyone test my new appdata build from my last post?
Yes, I did. Everything fine now. Default-directory is now AppData\Roaming\PMS. Thanks.
Sure, good ideas. It's on the to-do list. I will probably do it for SB9 since I want to release SB8 soon because I fixed an audio sync bug that I want released, as well as some GUI improvements and other stuff.brotherjohn wrote:I have another 3 questions:
1. Is it possible to do the same with the file Web.conf, pmsencoder.conf and the renderers-directory, so I can edit these files without running the editor in administrator mode?
Is there a place I can download one to test? It's hard for me to say without having the filebrotherjohn wrote:2. My DivX files plays with the wrong aspect ratio (independant of the ps3ms-version). I play these files with ps3ms and from USB-Stick connected to my Bravia TV (EX505). With ps3ms, I get a huge black bar at the top and at the bottom of the screen which is twice as big as the ones I get when the files were played from the usb stick. I think it is a setting problem of myself. I found these threads about it:
http://ps3mediaserver.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=7930: I put this in my BraviaEX.conf file under the folder 'renderers'
http://ps3mediaserver.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=7479&p=37653&hilit=+double#p37653: I put this in 'transcode settings' in PS3MS under engine 'MEncoder' and the Button 'Expert settings: codes specific parameters'.
But unfortunately nothing helps. Where have I to define these parameters or is it a bug of mencoder or ps3ms?
Thanks for the thanksbrotherjohn wrote:3. When I save the settings in PS3MS (PMS.conf), the engine 'pmsencoder' at the beginning of the 'engines=' row in PMS.conf will be deleted and the first entry is mencoder.
Thank you in advance.
I'm not sure where "pmsencoder" comes from, what do you do to get that entry?
Great, thanks for testing. Yes I have reverted to that version in the new release since it didn't seem like there was any advantage in updating, so I am just avoiding potential future bugsIngo wrote:SubJunk wrote:Did anyone test my new appdata build from my last post?
Yes, and it works.
But you seem to be using the old mediainfo.dll version 0.7.27.0 again
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mencoder_sublangs = nl,dut,und,*
mencoder_audiolangs = eng,nl,dut,fre,jpn,ger,und
mencoder_audiosublangs = en,nl;eng,nl;en,dut;eng,dut;und,nl;und,dut;*,nl;*,dut
Can anybody confirm these 3 lines are the right code FOR ME?
It looks ok to me.
What happens when you try my suggestion?jpagie wrote:SubJunk wrote:Does this mean it is smooth slow motion, or is it stuttering? Stuttering with a full buffer will usually mean the network is too slow. Try changing the Video Quality settings on the Transcoding Settings tab, if the problem gets better when you lower the quality it is probably the networkjpagie wrote:2. DVD's (ISO or VIDEO_TS) are playing 'in slowmotion'. Can this be fixed?
It means what I've said. Slow Motion ;)
I don't know if you're the only one, but I have no problems with that personallyjpagie wrote:SubJunk wrote:jpagie wrote:Further on another question see topic viewtopic.php?f=6&t=7836&p=37371&hilit=update#p37371
For build 412 there was a update.jar for the goto problem before. Can you recommend this update.jar to put into the PMS dir?
Goto works perfectly on my build to my knowledge, so I don't know Is there another goto problem I don't know about?
Well, with your build it works, but i've got to pauze after goto, to allow the buffer to be filled a bit (otherwise it's stuttering untill it's filled a bit).
With Build412 and update.jar I didn't had to. Goto worked real fast without the buffer dry empty.
Am I the only one ??
Thanks a lot for the encouragement Let us know if it worksLostLogic wrote:Thanks for the effort into bringing us new updates SubJunk!
I'll give it a try on my Mac trough Paralells. Hope I can finally view that Alien rip
Cheers and keep up the grand work!