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    Question New Version

    How is it going with the new version? It will be interessting to see how the transcoding thingy will work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier View Post
    How is it going with the new version? It will be interessting to see how the transcoding thingy will work
    Thank you for asking!

    It is nearing completion - the transcoding works quite well We are doing a lot of testing to make sure it is reliable, stable, fast and compatible with the many devices out there.

    We will be announcing a limited beta-test later on (hopefully quite soon).

    Dennis

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    That sound great Good news!

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    How is it going? Any news for us news-hungry users out there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier View Post
    How is it going? Any news for us news-hungry users out there?
    Well, on the good side - the new transcoding feature will be very flexible and powerful, but that does take a lot of testing on real devices that we're doing here to make sure things are working well. And that takes a long time, as you can imagine - playing/streaming/converting hundreds of different files.

    Thanks for your patience - I'm quite sure that the end result will be worth it

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    -"flexible and powerful"

    me like!

    good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier View Post
    -"flexible and powerful"

    me like!

    good luck
    Thank you

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    Greetings

    How is it going with the new version? A possible timeframe?
    Sorry to be pushy, Im just sooooo curious.

    I would imagine that it will be worth the wait?

    tnx

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    Yes, I know it's been delayed beyond what we were hoping for, but it's not far away now (really!). There's some final testing going on and hopefully it will be released within 2-4 weeks.

    It's a major update, with many things fixed, accelerated, or just re-written from scratch to work better. It will also have some unique features, that I can't reveal yet. So, I hope it will be worth the wait, for sure

    Thank you,

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    A quick question about transcoding...

    If I have a HD .MKV movie on my PC and I want to watch it on my 720p Pioneer plasma through my PS3 using the Transcoder (that you will have in the next version), will I loose quality in the picture and sound?

    Im just not really sure how transcoding works, and Im not very knowledgeable when it comes to codecs and stuff like that.

    thanks

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