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Computer AMD dual core, 2GB RAM, Lenovo ThinkPad EDGE. Windows 7 Ultimate. PMS version 1.72.0.
Streaming to TV set Philips 40PFL6606H/12 (2011 model). I guess using PhilipsPFL.conf.
Connection, 100Mbps ethernet or WiFi, the problem is the same. WRT54GL router.
Transcoding with Mencoder. Main (and only) reason for transcoding is to display .srt subtitles via DLNA.
What is not working:
Happened all of a sudden yesterday. I was watching a movie 2 days ago using the same laptop and PMS install without any problems. Today, the TV (Philips 40PFL6606H/12) gives me a message that the file (any video file that needs transcoding for external .srt subtitles) cannot be played. I am also using Mencoder for transcoding, with PMS version 1.72.0.
When I completely disable subtitles, videos play with no problems. The only thing I can think of is that I probably updated Java yesterday to Version 7 Update 10. I tried reinstalling, to no avail. I can also now remember that I also uninstalled TVersity (and the TVersity codec pack).
What is interesting is that I have installed PMS version 1.72.0 on another laptop (I have media files on two locations). On this install, everything works just fine, like the day before. What could have happened ONLY on this PMS install (this laptop) beats me. This laptop still has TVersity and it's codec pack installed, while the Java engine is the same Version 7 Update 10.
Debug.log and mediainfo.zip are in attach.
Any help would be really appreciated.
Thanks and all best.
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