Thanks for the feedbackPhonism wrote:I'm just leaving a big THANKS for your work, SubJunk! Thank you
You're very welcome, hope you like itdevildog93 wrote:right on SubJunk. Looking pretty positive. I am going to upgrade to your latest release and see if a few hangups have been fixed. Thanks for continuing to carry the torch on this for us all.
Oh great, glad I could helpeSanto wrote:SubJunk, just wanted to say thanks. All my MKV's are working with tsmuxer again, keeping dts intact. I've been forced to transcode with avisyth/ffmepeg for months now. Don't know how you did it, but thanks.
Very coolklidec wrote:yes thank you very much SubJunk. First version in a long time that has allowed me to watch MKV files without having to put them in an AVI container.
You're welcome, thanks a lotRageOfFury wrote:Thanks for all your hard work SubJunk! I really appreciate it!
I've added it to my list of things to look at, thanks for reporting itklidec wrote:Maybe you can fix these 3 issues i have with CUE files.
1.) if i have a cue file that references a single full album Flac audio file. The cue file does not show up on the XMB.
2.)If i have a cue file that references multiple flac files (split albums by track) then the cue file does show up on the XMB but only the first track in the song appears and is played.
3.)If i have a cue file that references a single ful ambum wav file. The cue file does not show up on the XMB iether.
Any ideas what may be going on here?
I had this issue with the official branch as well.
Hi speedxl Does that require a 3D TV or is it on a regular TV?speedxl wrote:Hi SubJunk, nice work!, I would like to ask you for a feature if you have the time (and motivation..), see the problem I have is when i try to watch 3D videos, those are normal MKV files but they display two streams, SidebySide, normally this works fine, the problem is when we add subtitles, those are rendered in the middle of both images, then when the TV processes this images, the video is in 3D, but the subtitles are not readable, do you think there could be a fix for this?
I'm thinking the fix would be to enable to display subtitles on both sides, but I'm not sure.
Thank you for your work!
Hi Nenesse, you're welcomeNenesse wrote:Hi,
Thank you for your great job SubJunk.
I have a problem with the latest version. when I install PMS as a windows service and start it (manually or automatically), I can't see the server on PS3. The previous build work . But when I start PMS with Gui, It's ok.
You're welcome, hopefully it wasn't down for too longNasbin wrote:The download links are coming up dead for me. (spirton.com is down) This looks fantastic by the way, so thank you thank you for making your hard work available to the rest of us!
Cool I think it will have just been the OS caching the iconsst.louey wrote:Disregard the shortcut issue after installing the latest version of iTunes the icon has appeared and i no longer have the issue. Go figure.
Hi devildogdevildog93 wrote:Howdy Subjunk,
is there any way to get all your builds available for download. I woke up this morning to over 100 java console memory error windows onscreen of my laptop. I stopped counting after that and had to hard reboot it. I think I paused a movie last night and this is what caused this, but I have done that often before without these results.
I also noticed this last build generally feels a little less stable. If you had the other releases available, I could maybe try and narrow down which change might be causing the instability, as I only have the newest and the oldest (first) version in my inventory.
Either way, good job, and I will just go back to your first release for now.
Hi JP I have tested .VOB files ripped from DVDs and they work for me. If the problem isn't related to the bandwidth or buffer I don't know what it could be. Sorry I can't be of more help, but it is mysterious to mejpagie wrote:Hi SubJunk,
I've still a major problem playing the "ordinary" DVD's (you know, VOB etc.)
I asked you before, but did never got a clear solution to this problem.
MKV is playing best, and that's a little odd because DVD's are that more simple to render/stream, doesn't it??
My max buffer is ok, bandwidth also etcetera. The only thing is that DVD's are playing like you are drunk and can't keep up with the movie (slowmotion like I mentioned before).
Tell me; what can I do. I've got more downloaded DVD's then MKV.
I like to watch them now after a period of 4 weeks waiting.
Still, I like to thank you ofcourse. You're hard work is admireable!
Very cool. I have updated the SVN to SB9 now, I had forgotten to update it for SB8.zonly1 wrote:Hi SubJunk,
I have used your source code to compile a new PMS.jar for OS X that I replaced myself. Works great, thank you for your hard work.
One question, the source code is based on SB7. Any chance the code will be updated to SB8 soon?
Also, I think I still need to update mencoder and ffmpeg and any other but have no sources for latest binaries. Any ideas?
i can upload an OS X binary if what i'm doing is correct for everyone else to test.
Hi JP, sorry no. I don't know of any DVDs with double-NTSC framerate, at least it is very uncommon.jpagie wrote:SubJunk,
In the SB8 release I saw;
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◦Fixed framerate/audio sync issues with double NTSC (59.94FPS) videos.
Is that an answer at my question about the DVD's????
Hi Gate, happy new year to you toogate1975mlm wrote:SubJunk wrote:Hi guys,
I finally got an internet connection at my new house, and I have a new version to release that I've been working on while offline that includes a cool new feature that improves vobsub subtitle quality and some other things.
So sometime in the next day or so I will upload that and then reply to all the replies I missed.
Good to be back
Welcome back SunJunk
First I would like to give you a big thank you for releaseing new updates to the best Media Server around and keeping it alive and kicking!!
I have a question for you.
As you may or may not know a lot of users here have been reporting issues with playing some MKV files. They get errors or no sound from these MKV's files.
Any how a while ago a user called "Redsz" made a thread with info on how to fix this issue. That thread can be found here viewtopic.php?f=6&t=7894
Even with your latest build of PS3 Media Server (SubJunk Build) 1.20.412-SB8 users will still see these MKV playback issues.
However after following the info in that thread posted above and using your build I can now play all of those MKV files that used to give me errors and no sound with out any issues at all. All MKV files now playback perfect!
So what I am asking is are you planning on adding those 3 updates that fix the MKV playback issues to one of your future builds of PS3 Media Server (SubJunk Build)?
Because with out these 3 updates you will still get these MKV playback issues
These are the 3 update that fix this MKV playback errors.
menconder.exe & mplayer.exe http://sourceforge.net/projects/mplayer ... z/download
mencoder_mt.exe http://sourceforge.net/projects/mplayer ... z/download
ffmpeg.exe: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mplayer ... z/download
And it kind of sucks having to keep adding these 3 updates manually everytime I want to update to a new build with new features
Can you give us some info what you plan to do?
Thanks and Happy New Year!!!
Happy new year brotherjohn I have included the updates in SB9, except MEncoder like I explained abovebrotherjohn wrote:There is a new release of mencoder/Mplayer available (V 32735). Here is the link for Win32-version: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mplayer-win32/files/
I can't find any release notes what has been changed but I think a new version fixes always some bugs and adds new features. Perhaps you could integrate them in the new SUBJUNK-build?
Thanks for your great work SubJunk and happy new year to all of you in advance .
Jags_FL wrote:@ SubJunk
thanks a million for keeping PS3 Media Server development alive
any chance of releasing Linux version?
Uslackr wrote:I second the linux release!
sfievet wrote:i also vote for a linux build!
I replied to it earlier in this post, just putting this here in case you miss it in the huge block of textgate1975mlm wrote:I just installed 1.20.412-SB9 and I can not playback those MKV's that give errors or no sound again.
I guess this means you did not add those 3 updates that I was talking about in my post early in this thread.
Can I ask why you have not added them?
mazey wrote:in sb9 playing avi to bravia 5500 is now file is not supported (even though its trying to transcode it like usual, the config files for sb8-sb9 are identical for the bravia so not sure whats broke mencoder version? anyway even with avi in the transcode list it says its not supported when its outputting exactly what it was outputting before.
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