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Thread: Vizio M Series Profile Editing (So Close!)

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    Default Vizio M Series Profile Editing (So Close!)

    So, I've been tinkering for a couple days now to get a working profile script for my Vizio M series TV (M422I-B1) Model. But I'd imagine this would apply for other M series models as well.

    This will decode all video formats I've thrown at it *(.mkv, .avi, .mpg, .mpeg, .mp4) Into H264 Format with AC3 Audio (registers as Dolby DTS on the TV DLNA)
    It even allows you to fast-forward/Rewind without issue.

    Only thing I can't figure out, is how to get it to stream my subtitle .srt files externally, you can see at the bottom i attempted to tinker with it to allow SubRip format. Without success though.

    So if anyone wants to help me get subtitles working, I'd more than appreciate it !


    <MezzmoDeviceProfile>
    <version>302</version>
    <device>
    <guid>64EE68F1-8026-4738-A126-8511B3083BDB</guid>
    <name manufacturer="Vizio" model="Smart TV" profileactive="1" understandsdlnaprofileid="0" turnoffbyterangedlna="1" needsdlnaprotocolinfo="1"/>
    <useragent>COPY</useragent>
    <xavclient></xavclient>
    <xavphysicalunit></xavphysicalunit>
    <friendlynamedlnaorg></friendlynamedlnaorg>
    <upnpmodel></upnpmodel>
    <upnpmanufacturer></upnpmanufacturer>
    <upnpfriendlyname></upnpfriendlyname>
    <mezzmoserver></mezzmoserver>
    <transcoding enabled="1" minimumstreamingsize="10000000" waitmsbeforestreaming="5000" contentlength="0" />
    <devicedescription>GenericDeviceDescription.xml</devicedescription>
    <videomax width="1920" height="1080" />
    <imagemax width="4096" height="4096" />
    </device>
    <descriptiondeliveryrules>
    <!-- delivery description rules specify what the device will see for each file. A file is considered to be supported if
    it matches a format, audio/video codecs within that format and any codec limits in this device profile. Best fit is
    if one of the 2 stream from a format description matches the original file. Preferred transcoded format describes
    the best quality format a device can play. Transcoded list is all combinations of formats that we can encode to,
    possibly including preferred transcoded and baseline. When building a file description, Mezzmo follows the following
    rules order: supported, bestfit, preferredtranscoded, transcodedlist, baseline, nonsupported -->
    <!-- please note that if transcoding is disabled or baseline and preferredtranscoded are set to no,
    then the nonsupported flag is automatically set to yes. If transcoding is disabled, then only supported and
    nonsupported rules are checked and used. -->
    <supported>yes</supported>
    <!-- baseline, bestfit, transcodedlist, nonsupported and preferredtranscoded can be either one of: yes, no, auto
    yes = always deliver, no = never deliver, auto = deliver if not delivered already by one of the rules above it -->
    <bestfit>auto</bestfit>
    <preferredtranscoded>auto</preferredtranscoded>
    <transcodedlist>auto</transcodedlist>
    <baseline>auto</baseline>
    <nonsupported>auto</nonsupported>
    </descriptiondeliveryrules>
    <avcontainer id="mpegts" name="mpegts" mimetype="video/mpeg" encode="1" format="mpegts" supportschunked="1">
    <video>
    <format id="h264" encode="1" codec="libx264" ffmpegadditional="h264+encoding" preferredtranscoded="1">
    </format>
    </video>
    <audio>
    <format id="ac3" encode="1" codec="ac3" preferredtranscoded="1">
    <channels>2</channels>
    <channels>6</channels>
    <bitrate>448000</bitrate>
    <maxbitrate>448000</maxbitrate>
    <minbitrate>64000</minbitrate>
    <samplingrate>48000</samplingrate>
    </format>
    </audio>
    <ffmpegadditional id="union+thread0" />
    </avcontainer>
    <avcontainer id="mpeg" name="mpeg" mimetype="video/mpeg" encode="1" baseline="1" dlnaprofile="MPEG_PS_PAL,MPEG_PS_NTSC" format="vob" supportschunked="0">
    <video>
    <format id="mpeg2video" encode="1" codec="mpeg2video" ffmpegadditional="mpeg2+encoding">

    <copyts>0</copyts>
    <samequality>0</samequality>
    <maxbitrate>140000000</maxbitrate>
    <bitrate>86000000</bitrate>
    <bufsize>1835008</bufsize>

    </format>
    </video>
    <audio>
    <format id="ac3" encode="1" codec="ac3" preferredtranscoded="1">
    <channels>2</channels>
    <channels>6</channels>
    <bitrate>448000</bitrate>
    <maxbitrate>448000</maxbitrate>
    <minbitrate>64000</minbitrate>
    <samplingrate>48000</samplingrate>
    </format>
    </audio>
    <ffmpegadditional id="union+thread0" />
    </avcontainer>

    <avcontainer id="jpeg" name="jpeg_lrg" mimetype="image/jpeg" encode="1" baseline="1" dlnaprofile="JPEG_LRG" supportschunked="0">
    <image>
    <format id="jpeg" mimetype="image/jpeg" encode="1" codec="98" quality="2">
    <maxdimensions width="4096" height="4096" />
    <maxbits>24</maxbits>
    </format>
    </image>
    </avcontainer>
    <avcontainer id="jpeg" name="jpeg_med" mimetype="image/jpeg" encode="1" baseline="1" dlnaprofile="JPEG_MED" preferredtranscoded="1" supportschunked="0">
    <image>
    <format id="jpeg" mimetype="image/jpeg" encode="1" codec="98" preferredtranscoded="1">
    <maxdimensions width="1024" height="768" />
    <maxbits>24</maxbits>
    </format>
    </image>
    </avcontainer>
    <avcontainer id="jpeg" name="jpeg_sm" mimetype="image/jpeg" encode="1" baseline="1" dlnaprofile="JPEG_SM" supportschunked="0">
    <image>
    <format id="jpeg" mimetype="image/jpeg" encode="1" codec="98">
    <maxdimensions width="640" height="480" />
    <maxbits>24</maxbits>
    </format>
    </image>
    </avcontainer>
    <avcontainer id="jpeg" name="jpeg_tn" mimetype="image/jpeg" encode="1" baseline="1" dlnaprofile="JPEG_TN" preferredthumbnail="1" supportschunked="0">
    <image>
    <format id="jpeg" mimetype="image/jpeg" encode="1" codec="98" quality="2">
    <maxdimensions width="160" height="160" />
    <maxbits>24</maxbits>
    </format>
    </image>
    </avcontainer>
    <subtitles>
    <encodings bom="no">65001</encodings>
    <allowembedded>no</allowembedded>
    <allowexternal formats="srt,subrip,text,xsub">yes</allowexternal>
    <allowburnings>yes</allowburnings>
    </subtitles>
    </MezzmoDeviceProfile>

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    Okay so Update, Embedded subtitles & BurnedIn Subtitles are working (takes longer to trans-code for burning in subtitles, but whatever works.)

    Other than that this is the most stable script I've used for this TV, and would suggest it to anyone else with a newer model Vizio TV who needs a working DLNA profile.

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    Good work . We also replied to your email with a new device profile to try. Let us know if that works OK. You can add your changes into the new device profile and email us a set of logs so we can complete the device profile. Once complete, we'll add it into the new Mezzmo release for all Vizio TV owners to use .

    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
    Mezzmo for Kodi Add-on: Install it into Kodi to stream files from your Mezzmo library directly in Kodi. Full details at http://www.mezzmo.com/wiki/doku.php?...odi_user_guide
    Mezzmo for Roku App: Install it onto your Roku to stream files from your Mezzmo library. Full details at http://www.mezzmo.com/wiki/doku.php?...oku_user_guide
    Wiki: User Guides & Reference Manual at http://www.mezzmo.com/wiki
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    What are the chances that the above profile script would work with the Vizio "P" series of TVs? Specifically I'm interested in the settings for a P502ui-b1e which is a 50 inch 4k model. I've been using the basic Vizio SmartTV profile which appears to work ok so far (I've only had the TV a week and have only used it a few times with Mezzmo) but I live to tweak.

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    Email us at support [at] conceiva [dot] com and we'll provide a few new Vizio device profiles to try .

    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
    Mezzmo for Kodi Add-on: Install it into Kodi to stream files from your Mezzmo library directly in Kodi. Full details at http://www.mezzmo.com/wiki/doku.php?...odi_user_guide
    Mezzmo for Roku App: Install it onto your Roku to stream files from your Mezzmo library. Full details at http://www.mezzmo.com/wiki/doku.php?...oku_user_guide
    Wiki: User Guides & Reference Manual at http://www.mezzmo.com/wiki
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Mezzmo.DLNA.Server
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/conceiva_mezzmo
    Web: http://www.mezzmo.com

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