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    Well let's wait for Paul's answer about this process. Like, it works and like you said it takes A LOT of time. You did, with just one movie or more? Because at their tutorial for subtitles, all the time that you burn a subtitle in a movie, the file stays at temporary folder, but if you want to change for another language, than you have to do it again. That's a Sony's BS. If you have $ just buy a WD TV live, you won't regret. I have one, it's easy, never needed transcoding with any of my files, and has a great and beautifull GUI system. It brings all the metadata and it's like one RedBox machine :P

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    Hi beic,

    Some answers:

    But what about my brand new PHILIPS 40PFL3208H/12 Smart TV "detected as Pioneer BDP"?
    It appears some Pioneer Blu-ray player models and Philips TV models may be using the same DLNA firmware (often manufacturers license DLNA/UPnP chipsets & firmware from the same vendors). Change the device profile to "Philips TV (2012 Models)" in the Media Devices dialog and see if that works better. If no better, then let us know and we'll help out further.

    So, after 3 hours of 100% CPU usage and pre-transcoding I ended ffmpeg process, the log file is about 1Gb+!?
    Please zip up the logs files (they should compress well) and email them to us at support [at] conceiva [dot] com. If the zip is over 10MB in size, then upload it to a filesharing site like dropbox, skydrive, rapidshare, etc. and email us the download link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toledo View Post
    Well let's wait for Paul's answer about this process. Like, it works and like you said it takes A LOT of time. You did, with just one movie or more? Because at their tutorial for subtitles, all the time that you burn a subtitle in a movie, the file stays at temporary folder, but if you want to change for another language, than you have to do it again. That's a Sony's BS. If you have $ just buy a WD TV live, you won't regret. I have one, it's easy, never needed transcoding with any of my files, and has a great and beautifull GUI system. It brings all the metadata and it's like one RedBox machine :P
    No, just one movie with single subtitle.

    Yes, I had WD My Book World Edition it was perfect for storage and other things.

    The real stuff was my Apacer AL-670 (played any media file type "codecs independent" and all known subtitles), now that was a perfect equipment, but it's broken now and I cant buy another because they don't have it any more in stock.
    Last edited by beic; 10-30-2013 at 07:31 PM.

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    ... but as soon as you get money WD TV Live is a very good one...

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