Config files Philips TV's 2009,2010,2011,2012

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Config files Philips TV's 2009,2010,2011,2012

Postby leroy » Thu Oct 20, 2011 9:10 pm

I would first like to thank everyone, who contributed to this wonderful project.
This software has allowed my Philips units as a media player to work.

This config is created and tested by using a big assortment of files with different codecs.
The info on this forum and the natively supported formats from "Codec_table_all.xls" were very useful.
I like to share this, so that other Philips users can use and test it.

All codecs supported by the TV's are programmed by the "supported = " lines and "MediaInfo = true".
This way the natively supported formats/codecs will be streamed,
and the unsupported formats/codecs will be (automatic) real-time transcoded.

Paste the config file to "C:\Program Files (x86)\PS3 Media Server\renderers" (windows)
Use the .zip file for download, from Updated versions.

Additionally next png icon can be added to the same folder.
philips-pfl pgn icon.zip
added to PS3 Media Server since version 1.51.0
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philips-pfl.png
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Useful information about natively supported formats with Philips products (2009,2010,2011),
I used for creating the config files, downloaded from the Philips support forum:
Codec_table_all.zip
Codec_table_all.xls
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After I posted the config-file for my (2010) Philips TV, I helped some people by creating a config-file for their
Philips TV. Here I try to keep this topic UpToDate:
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xxPFLxxx3 = 2008
These TV's uses the existing Philips.conf they have User-Agent:
Allegro-Software-WebClient/4.61 DLNADOC/1.00

These TV's supports playback formats:
Video: MPEG-1, MPEG-2
Audio: MP3
Photo: JPEG

I have wrote a new config-file for these TV's, that gives support for the natively supported formats.
If you want to try this config-file, replace the existing Philips.conf with this one.
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xxPFLxxx4 = 2009
These TV's uses the existing Philips.conf they have User-Agent:
Allegro-Software-WebClient/4.61 DLNADOC/1.00

These TV's supports playback formats:
Video: MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVI, H.264/MPEG-4, WMV9/VC1
Audio: MP3, LPCM, WMA
Photo: JPEG

I have wrote a new config-file for these TV's, that gives support for the natively supported formats.
Replace the existing Philips.conf with this one.
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xxPFLxxx5 = 2010
xxPFLxxx6 = 2011
These TV's uses next user-agent for recognizing:
Windows2000/0.0 UPnP/1.0 PhilipsIntelSDK/1.4 DLNADOC/1.50

These TV's supports playback formats:
Video: MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVI, MKV, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, WMV9/VC1
Audio: MP3, WMA (v2 up to v9.2), AAC
Photo: JPEG

The PhilipsPFL1.6.conf = PhilipsPFL.conf (added to PS3 Media Server since version 1.51.0),
is confirmed to works with:
2010: 40PFL8605H/12, 52PFL8605, 40PFL9605
2011: 42PFL7656, 42PFL7676H/12, 42PDL7906T

Some TV's only support Playback Formats: MP3, JPEG, MPEG1, MPEG2 (like the 40PFL4706/F7)
Replace the existing PhilipsPFL.conf with this one.
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xxPFLxxx7 = 2012
Most of these TV's uses next user-agent for recognizing:
Windows2000/0.0 UPnP/1.0 PhilipsIntelSDK/1.4 DLNADOC/1.50
These TV's have more natively support.
Replace the existing PhilipsPFL.conf with this one.

Some (2012) TV's uses only next user-agent for recognizing:
DLNADOC/1.50
And only support playback formats: MP3, JPEG, MPEG1, MPEG2 through DLNA (like the 22PFL4907)
Replace the existing PhilipsPFL.conf with this one.

Within the Philips (2012) 3000 series, DLNA is applicable for PFL35x7 and PFL38x7 only.
These TV's uses next user-agent for recognizing:
User-Agent: IPI/1.0 UPnP/1.0 DLNADOC/1.50
Use this config-file for these TV's.

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For those with a Philips HTS or BDP player try this config-file.
Caution: This config-file conflict with the Philips TV (2012) 3000 series. (same User-Agent)
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Postby leroy » Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:18 pm

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# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# PS3 Media Server renderer configuration profile for the Philips 40pfl8605h_12
# 2010 lcd full hd ambilight tv.
# Revision number 1.6
# Tested with 40pfl8605h_12 with firmware 140.040.000
# Tested with ps3 media server 1.50.0
# Refer to PS3.conf for help.
# By Leo from Holland.
# leroy on forum.

# Histoy:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# version 1.0   First tested version posted.
# version 1.1   Added lpcm to mpegps mpeg2 as a supported audio codec.
# version 1.2   According to the Philips specs from "Codec_table_all.zip" some changes.
#               Added "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 20".
#               Added Max video bitrate b:4637696 into "Supported = f:mp4 v:mp4".
#               Removed mp4 and aac as supported codec with "Supported = f:mpegts".
# version 1.3   Removed mp4 as supported codec with "Supported = f:mov".
# version 1.4   Changed "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 20" to 0 (20 is to low for full HD mkv)
#               Changed "RendererName = Philips Tv" to Philips TV
# version 1.5   Removed mov as supported codec.
#               Changes to findings and spelling.
#               Changed MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 75 Max TV native support transcoding to MPEGAC3
# version 1.6   Found a nicer png icon. Thanks bytesp (from Issue 1187)
#               Changed "RendererIcon = philips 40pfl8605h_12.png" to philips-pfl.png
#               Renamed config file "Philips 40pfl8605h_12 1.6.conf" to PhilipsPFL 1.6.conf
#               Thanks Raptor399 For adding the renderer config for future inclusion in PMS.

# Possible supported renderers:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# According the specs from the 'Codec_table_all.xls' downloaded from Philips support,
# it is suitable for the xxPFLxxx5 serie. Not tested by me!

# Specification Philips 40pfl8605h_12:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Taken from leaflet 15.6.9
#
# Picture playback format: jpeg
# Music playback formats: mp3,wma(v2 up to v9.2),aac
#
# Video playback formats:
# Codec support: h.264/mpeg-4 avc,mpeg 1,mpeg 2,mpeg 4,wmv9/vc1
# Containers: avi,mkv
#
# Taken from manual.
# playback formats:
# jpeg (still pictures)
# mpeg program and transport stream
# mp4
# asf

# Connection info:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# User-Agent obtained from the debug.log file:
# HTTP User-Agent: Windows2000/0.0 UPnP/1.0 PhilipsIntelSDK/1.4 DLNADOC/1.50
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Additional information i have got obtained with the
# "Device Sniffer for UPnP Technologies" program:
# 192.168.2.8 is the ip address of the renderer.
#
# HTTP/1.1 200 OK
# CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=1800
# DATE: Mon, 26 Sep 2011 22:19:40 GMT
# EXT:
# LOCATION: http://192.168.2.8:49153/nmrDescription.xml
# SERVER: Windows2000/0.0 UPnP/1.0 PhilipsIntelSDK/1.4 DLNADOC/1.50
# X-User-Agent: redsonic
# ST: upnp:rootdevice
# USN: uuid:F00DBABE-SA5E-BABA-DADA00903EF2D114::upnp:rootdevice

# Protocol info:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Mime types obtained with the "device spy for upnP technologies" program:
#
# audio/mpeg:DLNA.ORG_PN=MP3,                           Used for mp2 mp3.
# audio/x-ms-wma:*,                                     Used for wma.
# audio/mp4:*,                                          Used for mp4 aac.
# audio/L16;rate=44100;channels=2:DLNA.ORG_PN=LPCM,     Used for aiff and wav.
# audio/L16;rate=44100;channels=1:DLNA.ORG_PN=LPCM,     Used for aiff and wav.
# audio/L16;rate=48000;channels=2:DLNA.ORG_PN=LPCM,     Used for aiff and wav.
# audio/L16;rate=48000;channels=1:DLNA.ORG_PN=LPCM,     Used for aiff and wav.
# audio/wav:*,                                          Not used. Can be used for wav.
# audio/x-ms-asf:*,                                     Not used.
# audio/vnd.dlna.adts:*,                                Not used.
#
# video/mpeg:DLNA.ORG_PN=MPEG_PS_PAL,      Used for mpegps and can be used for mpegts.
# video/mpeg:DLNA.ORG_PN=MPEG_PS_NTSC,
# video/mpeg:DLNA.ORG_PN=MPEG_TS_SD_EU_ISO,
# video/x-matroska:*,                                   Used for mkv.
# video/x-msvideo:*,                                    Used for avi and divx.
# video/x-ms-wmv:*,                                     Used for vc1.
# video/vnd.dlna.mpeg-tts:DLNA.ORG_PN=MPEG_TS_SD_EU,    Used for mpegts.
# video/vnd.dlna.mpeg-tts:DLNA.ORG_PN=MPEG_TS_SD_EU_T,
# video/h264:*,                                         Used for mp4 and mov.
# video/avi:*,               Not used. Can be used for avi and divx.
# video/x-ms-avi:*,          Not used. Can be used for avi and divx.
# video/msvideo:*,           Not used. Can be used for avi and divx.
# video/x-ms-asf:*,          Not used. Can be used for vc1.
# video/x-ms-asf-plugin:*,   Not used. Can be used for vc1.
# video/mpeg4:*,             Not used. Doesn't work for mp4 or mov. (Instead video/mp4 works)
#
# image/jpeg:DLNA.ORG_PN=JPEG_SM,      Used for jpg.
# image/jpeg:DLNA.ORG_PN=JPEG_MED,
# image/jpeg:DLNA.ORG_PN=JPEG_LRG,
# image/jpeg:DLNA.ORG_PN=JPEG_SM_ICO,
# image/jpeg:DLNA.ORG_PN=JPEG_LRG_ICO,
# image/jpeg:DLNA.ORG_PN=JPEG_TN,

# Findings:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Additional information about the supported codec can be downloaded
# from the philips supportforum.
# http://www.supportforum.philips.com
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# If the video codec is supported and the first audio codec NOT like DTS,
# the video do not play native.
# The 40pfl8605h_12 doesn't support subtitles native. (unless the file be transcoded)
# The 40pfl8605h_12 doesn't support to switch between audio tracks with video files native.
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Audio files that contain a cover image doesn't preview an thumbnail.
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The following codecs are not supported by the 40pfl8605h_12 with my test files.
# They are (by my knowledge) not excludable within the defining of the "Supported"
# formats. So unfortunately they are played incorrect and not transcoded.
#
# video:
# avi mpeg-4 visual with div3 codec id. (divx 3)
# avi mpeg-4 visual with MPG4 codec id.
# avi mpeg-4 visual with MP42 codec id.
# mp4 avc (h264) with format profile baseline@L4.1 and high@L4.1 (birate limited b:4528690)
# mov mpeg-4 quickTime with avc (h264) and format profile main@L4.1 (mov removed version 1.5)
#
# audio:
# wma voice
# wma pro
# wav with dts
# wav with mp3
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# .aac audio files into "adts" container play correctly with usb on the 40pfl8605h_12
# and windows media player 12 can stream these files.
# Unfortunately the debug.log file gives the next error when browsing into it
# [New I/O server worker #1-4] INFO 23:46:50.055 The file W:\Muziek\Audio Data
# Transport Stream.aac was badly parsed. It will be hidden.
# Because of this I wasn't able to test next line:
# Supported = f:adts a:aac s:48000 m:audio/vnd.dlna.adts

# Setup:  (Refer to PS3.conf for help for all settings used.)
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
RendererName = Philips TV
RendererIcon = philips-pfl.png

# Renderer recognition:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
UserAgentSearch = PhilipsIntelSDK
# No additional userAgent known.
UserAgentAdditionalHeader =
UserAgentAdditionalHeaderSearch =

# Config settings:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Enables the use of "Supported" to more accurately define the supported formats
# for the renderer and faster browsing.
MediaInfo = true
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# With the 40pfl8605h_12 it is not possible to seek by time.
SeekByTime = false
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# On 40pfl8605h_12 working codec for video Transcoding: MPEGTSAC3 , MPEGAC3
TranscodeVideo = MPEGAC3
# On 40pfl8605h_12 working codec for audio Transcoding:  MP3 , LPCM, WAV
TranscodeAudio = WAV
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Ignored if MediaInfo = true:
MuxH264ToMpegTS = false
MuxDTSToMpeg = false
MuxLPCMToMpeg = true
MimeTypesChanges = audio/x-m4a = audio/mp4
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Best left empty if MediaInfo = true
# Overrides the "Supported" formats:
TranscodeExtensions = m2ts
StreamExtensions =
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Next line doesn't work with my tested jpeg files with exif info.
# (the jpeg pics are not rotated in its original state).
AutoExifRotate = true
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Function taken from WDTVLive.conf
# Show the duration of a dvd iso title in the overview.
ShowDVDTitleDuration = true

# Media renderer capabilities:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Video = true
Audio = true
Image = true
DLNALocalizationRequired = false
CreateDLNATreeFaster = true
ForceJPGThumbnails = true
DefaultVBVBufSize = false
MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 75
H264Level41Limited = false
TranscodeAudioTo441kHz = false
WrapDTSIntoPCM = false
ChunkedTransfer = false
TranscodeFastStart = false
TranscodedVideoFileSize = 0

# Ignored for files matching "Supported" formats.
MaxVideoWidth = 1920
MaxVideoHeight = 1080

# Supported formats:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The "Supported" will only be used if "MediaInfo = true".
# ok will mean that I have tested this codec combination.
# ? will mean that I have no test files with this codec. So it is an possible supported codec.

# [Supported video formats]:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# mpegps mpeg1 tested ok up to 1920x1080.
# =====================ok======ok==ok=
Supported = f:mpegps v:mpeg1 a:mpa|mp3 m:video/mpeg
# =====================ok======ok==ok==ok==ok==
Supported = f:mpegps v:mpeg2 a:mpa|mp3|ac3|lpcm m:video/mpeg
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# mpegts with h264 is not supported.
# Multiple audio channels are supported.
# Both mime types work for mpegts: video/mpeg , video/vnd.dlna.mpeg-tts
# =====================ok======ok==ok==ok==
Supported = f:mpegts v:mpeg2 a:mpa|ac3|lpcm m:video/vnd.dlna.mpeg-tts
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# No limit to the resolution with avi and divx.
# avc (h264) video doesn't work with avi and divx.
# lpcm and wma audio aren't working.
#
# avi with qpel and gmc test:
# 40pfl8605h_12 not ok qpel yes gmc 2  avi divx (divx 5)
# 40pfl8605h_12     ok qpel no  gmc 2  avi divx (divx 5)
# 40pfl8605h_12     ok qpel yes gmc no avi mp4  (xvid asp l5)
# 40pfl8605h_12     ok qpel no  gmc 3  avi mp4  (xvid asp l5)
# 40pfl8605h_12     ok qpel yes gmc 3  avi mp4  (xvid asp l5)
# qpel is not supported with avi divx.
#
# Mime types working with avi and divx:
# video/avi , video/x-ms-avi , video/msvideo , video/x-msvideo
# ==================ok====ok==ok==ok=
Supported = f:avi v:mp4 a:ac3|mp3|mpa m:video/x-msvideo
# =========================ok==ok==?==
Supported = f:avi v:divx a:ac3|mp3|mpa m:video/x-msvideo qpel:no
#
# My test files with the divx format have no gmc or qpel yes:
# ===================ok=====ok==ok==?============== qpel?
Supported = f:divx v:divx a:ac3|mp3|mpa m:video/x-msvideo
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# b: seems to could be used as max video bitrate. Not confirmed in PS3.conf
# mp4 with h264 max bitrate ok tested file have 4403 Kbps = 4508672 bps
# b:4528690 needed to skip transcode with this test file.
# This adding fixes most of the baseline@L4.1 and high@L4.1 problems.
#
# mp4 with lpcm audio is not supported.
# Both mime types work for mp4: video/mp4 , video/h264
# ==================ok=====ok==ok==ok==?==
Supported = f:mp4 v:h264 a:aac|ac3|mp3|mpa b:4528690 m:video/h264
#
# (according Phillips specs. 720x576i max and 8Mbps max voor mp4.)
# But tested ok up to 1920x1080.
# ==================ok====ok==ok==ok==?==
Supported = f:mp4 v:mp4 a:aac|ac3|mp3|mpa m:video/h264
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# mov with h264 can play native, but the bitrate of most files is to high to play flawless.
# mov with mp4 video is not supported.
# mov with mp3 audio is not supported.
# mov with lpcm audio is not supported.
# Both mime types work for mov: video/mp4 , video/h264
# ==================ok=====ok==?===?==
# Supported = f:mov v:h264 a:aac|ac3|mpa m:video/h264
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# wmv1 and wmv2 aren't supported.
# wmv with mpeg2 video is not supported.
# wmv with mp4 video is not supported.
# wmv with lpcm audio is not supported.
# Next mime types works for wmv vc1 and wmv3:
# video/x-ms-asf , video/x-ms-asf-plugin and video/x-ms-wmv
# ==================ok====ok=
Supported = f:wmv v:vc1 a:wma n:2 s:48000 m:video/x-ms-wmv
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# mkv with mp4, vc1, mpeg2 and dv video are not supported.
# lpcm audio doesn't work native with my test mkv files.
# ==================ok=====ok==ok==ok==ok=
Supported = f:mkv v:h264 a:aac|ac3|mp3|mpa m:video/x-matroska

# [Supported audio formats]:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ============ok==ok=
Supported = f:mpa|mp3 n:2 s:48000 b:327680 m:audio/mpeg
# ==================ok=
Supported = f:wma a:wma n:2 s:48000 b:348160 m:audio/x-ms-wma
# ==================ok=
Supported = f:mp4 a:aac n:6 s:48000 b:327680 m:audio/mp4
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# mp3 is not supported with wav audio.
# ============ok===ok====ok==
Supported = f:aiff|wav a:lpcm n:1 s:44100 b:1445069 m:audio/L16;rate=44100;channels=1
Supported = f:aiff|wav a:lpcm n:2 s:44100 b:1445069 m:audio/L16;rate=44100;channels=2
Supported = f:aiff|wav a:lpcm n:1 s:48000 b:1445069 m:audio/L16;rate=48000;channels=1
Supported = f:aiff|wav a:lpcm n:2 s:48000 b:1445069 m:audio/L16;rate=48000;channels=2
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# mpeg-4 audio files with m4a codec id and .m4a file extension don't
# sound correctly (Suddenly speed up and then plays again).
# Files with a constant bitrate have the same problem.
# Same error occurs when files are directly played on 40pfl8605h_12 from an usb stick.
# Supported = f:aac a:aac n:6 s:48000 b:327680 m:audio/mp4
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# My Test adts audio files are badly parsed. No tested line.
# Supported = f:adts a:aac s:48000 m:audio/vnd.dlna.adts

# [Supported image formats]:
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# An preview thumbnail of jpeg are generated on the right of the browser.
Supported = f:jpg m:image/jpeg
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# tiff is not supported. This line is added so that the 40pfl8605h_12 recognizes tiff
# as an unsupported format.
Supported = f:tiff m:image/tiff
# -------------------------------------- end of config ---------------------------------------
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Updated versions:

Postby leroy » Sat Oct 29, 2011 9:44 pm

Version 1.0
First tested version posted.

Version 1.1
Added lpcm to mpegps mpeg2 as an supported audio codec.
Minor changes to spelling.

Version 1.2
According to the Philips specs from "Codec_table_all.zip" some changes:
Added "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 20"
Added Max video bitrate b:4637696 with "Supported = f:mp4 v:mp4".
Removed mp4 and aac as supported codec with "Supported = f:mpegts".

Version 1.3
Removed mp4 as supported codec with "Supported = f:mov".

Version 1.4
Changed "MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 20" to 0 (20 is to low for full HD mkv )
Changed "RendererName = Philips Tv" to Philips TV

Version 1.5
Removed mov as supported codec.
Changes to findings and spelling.
Added MaxVideoBitrateMbps = 75 (Max TV native support transcoding using MPEGAC3)

Version 1.6 (This config-file is added to PS3 Media Server since version 1.51.0)
Found a nicer png icon. Thanks bytesp (from Issue 1187)
Changed "RendererIcon = philips 40pfl8605h_12.png" to philips-pfl.png
Renamed config file "Philips 40pfl8605h_12 1.6.conf" to PhilipsPFL 1.6.conf
Thanks Raptor399, for adding this renderer config for future inclusion in PMS.
PhilipsPFL 1.6.conf.zip
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Re: Config file Philips TV 40pfl8605h_12

Postby Celso74 » Fri Nov 04, 2011 3:19 pm

I've got the same TV 46pfl8605d_93 bought this in China but should be the same i guess

Awesome to find this but can you point me in the right direction - no clue what to do with the file?
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Re: Config file Philips TV 40pfl8605h_12

Postby leroy » Fri Nov 04, 2011 5:42 pm

Hi, Celso74

Paste the config file to C:\Program Files (x86)\PS3 Media Server\renderers
The png icon is not realy required, just for fun.
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Re: Config file Philips TV 40pfl8605h_12

Postby Raptor399 » Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:39 am

Nice work, leroy!
Renderer configuration added for future inclusion in PMS.
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Re: Config file Philips TV 40pfl8605h_12

Postby daveclark » Thu Dec 08, 2011 2:52 pm

I have a Philips TV 40PFL9605 and I confirm this is working flawlessly.
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Re: Config file Philips TV 40pfl8605h_12

Postby leroy » Thu Dec 08, 2011 3:33 pm

Raptor399 wrote:Nice work, leroy!
Renderer configuration added for future inclusion in PMS.

Thank You Raptor399,
Great that You added the renderer configuration for future inclusion in PMS.

daveclark wrote:I have a Philips TV 40PFL9605 and I confirm this is working flawlessly.

Hi daveclark,
Thank you for confirming the config works flawlessly with the 40PFL9605.
Enjoy it.
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Re: Config file Philips TV 40pfl8605h_12

Postby SpeedyQ » Wed Dec 14, 2011 1:24 am

I am happy :D to confirm that this config file is also working with the Philips 42pfl7656.
I expect this config file to work with all xxpfl76xx Philips models (7606, 7656, 7666, 7676 and 7696); they are very much alike, at least if streaming functionality is concerned.
Thanks for the file and I hope to encourage other users owning one of these Philips models to start using PMS because it is awesome :!: (I have been using it for years now 8-) )
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Re: Config file Philips TV 40pfl8605h_12

Postby leroy » Thu Dec 15, 2011 12:54 pm

Thanks SpeedyQ,

You mention the 42pfl7656, a 2011 model also works with this config file. (xxPFLxxx6) :D
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