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Thread: Unable to play MKV files on Panasonic Blu-ray BDT210?

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    Default Unable to play MKV files on Panasonic Blu-ray BDT210?

    I am new to mezzmo server and I have Panasonic Blu-ray BDT210 player that has DLNA certified and Epson 3010 projector. My player recognizing Mezzmo server but when tried to play tt is showing green lines on screen and hangs.Even I couldn't see any picture on screen. I turned on Transcoding also. Still it is not showing.

    What will be the problem?

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    Check the device profile that you have assigned in Mezzmo for your device. In Mezzmo, go to the Media Devices dialog and edit your Panasonic Blu-ray device listed there. Make sure the device profile is "Panasonic BDP" or "Panasonic BDP (MKV)". After changing it, stop your Mezzmo media server. Go to the Transcoding Settings dialog and delete all your transcoded files. Start your Mezzmo media server and now try streaming some files now to your Panasonic Blu-ray.

    If you have further troubles, then send us a set of logs to support [at] conceiva [dot] com. To do this, turn on logging (see this thread: http://forum.conceiva.com/showthread...nostic-logging) and then try connecting, browsing and playing some files on your Panasonic Blu-ray using Mezzmo. Then, stop your Mezzmo media server and zip up the logs and send them to us. Once we get the logs, we'll investigate further.

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    Paul,


    As you send, I selected device profile and enabled logs and started streaming. Now Video streaming but quite stopping some times (I mean video breaks) and Zero sound.

    I was trying to send Log files support [at] conceiva [dot] com. The file is 16MB file and Email was rejecting. I am uploading log files here http://www.mediafire.com/?1tu83xenjntk3nv. Please download and analize these files.


    System Req:

    Window 7 Enterprise, Inter Core i7 Q 720 @1.60GHz, 8 GB RAM, 64 bit OS

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    Thanks for the logs. I have taken a look at them. Transcoding on your computer is very slow and that is why you are getting stuttering/stopping. It is strange that transcoding is so slow since you have an i7 CPU with 8GB RAM. My only guess is that other programs running on your computer are taking available CPU or memory, and that is starving Mezzmo's transcoding. Try this: In Mezzmo, set your device profile to "Panasonic BDP" and then delete your transcoded files using the Transcoding Settings dialog. Now try streaming the file from Mezzmo to your Panasonic BDP again. When it starts stuttering, go to Task Manager (press Ctrl+Alt+Del to display Task Manager). In Task Manager, click the Processes tab and choose to show processes from all users. You should see "ffmpeg.exe" listed (that's doing the transcoding for Mezzmo). Check if there any other programs using your CPU and memory. If there are, close them and try again.

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    You might wanna look at this thread for a solution to play MKV directly without decode/encode on the fly.

    http://www.lumenarc.co.uk/forum/show...BDT110-BDT310)

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    Thanks for the link. Mezzmo already does remux video and audio channels to other (compatible) containers for fast transcoding and streaming.

    Mezzmo Android: Install it on your tablet, smartphone, Android TV or Amazon Fire to browse and stream files from your Mezzmo library to all your devices. Full details at http://www.conceiva.com/products/mez...mo_android.asp
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