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Where can I get the superdisk from?
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Note that this makes the player region-free for DVD only. Blu-ray requires a hardware mod.

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I have a Synology NAS, which I play video files from on the Oppo. I'm not sure if my question is NAS/Media server related or Oppo related.

After I have deleted or moved folders on the NAS, they are still (some, not all) appearing in the networking folder tree view on the oppo. I can even go into the folder, but if I try to play the file (that isn't actually there) it says can't play unsupported file type.

So, wondering why the Oppo is not recognising file changes?? Any suggestions?

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I have a Synology NAS, which I play video files from on the Oppo. I'm not sure if my question is NAS/Media server related or Oppo related.

After I have deleted or moved folders on the NAS, they are still (some, not all) appearing in the networking folder tree view on the oppo. I can even go into the folder, but if I try to play the file (that isn't actually there) it says can't play unsupported file type.

So, wondering why the Oppo is not recognising file changes?? Any suggestions?

Michael
Try disconnecting the drive and erasing the Oppo's internal storage (is that what it's called?), then reconnecting.


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I have a Synology NAS, which I play video files from on the Oppo. I'm not sure if my question is NAS/Media server related or Oppo related.

After I have deleted or moved folders on the NAS, they are still (some, not all) appearing in the networking folder tree view on the oppo. I can even go into the folder, but if I try to play the file (that isn't actually there) it says can't play unsupported file type.

So, wondering why the Oppo is not recognising file changes?? Any suggestions?

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This is using DLNA over the network, not a direct attachment USB attachment to the player, right?

Does restarting the player not fix the problem?

Else: there should be some sort of control interface to DLNA on the server, and some option for rebuilding or refreshing the set of files known to the server.

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Hi Guys,

I have a question about playback issues that may be disc media related, I hope. I have the BDP-93, not on the newest firmware. Playing through a Pioneer SC-75 Elite.

I burn .mkv files via BurnAware Pro to Verbatim DataLifePlus BD-R White 6x/25GB/Part Number 97339.

I have been doing fine but now I am getting down to the bottom 10 disc's of the 50 disc pack and am having freezes.

Example = Lets say a track 6 of 6 is freezing at 30 minutes. I burn another disc and at 30 minutes its fine. Now it freezes at 40 minutes. I check the first disc that froze at 30 to see if it froze at 40 and it did not.

The one thing in common is the track locations are always at the outer edge of the disc. The disc are usually almost to capacity.

What do you think? Low budget disc's? I run verify disc data in BurnAware Pro and get no errors.

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^ The usual problem with burned discs is that you are using too high a speed setting when burning them.

It actually is harder to handle the portion of the disc near the outer edge. The tracking motor has to respond to tracking wobbles faster out there. So it is possible that either the burner or the optical drive in the OPPO needs service. If the discs you burned earlier are still working, that would suggest the problem is in the burner.

In any event try burning at slower speed and see if that cures it.
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^ The usual problem with burned discs is that you are using too high a speed setting when burning them.

It actually is harder to handle the portion of the disc near the outer edge. The tracking motor has to respond to tracking wobbles faster out there. So it is possible that either the burner or the optical drive in the OPPO needs service. If the discs you burned earlier are still working, that would suggest the problem is in the burner.

In any event try burning at slower speed and see if that cures it.
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This is using DLNA over the network, not a direct attachment USB attachment to the player, right?

Does restarting the player not fix the problem?

Else: there should be some sort of control interface to DLNA on the server, and some option for rebuilding or refreshing the set of files known to the server.

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I found an option called "re-indexing" in the media server s/w and that seems to have done the trick, although I swear I had used that before with no change

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^ The usual problem with burned discs is that you are using too high a speed setting when burning them.
Yes, burn even 6x at 4x to be safe. I know my burner goes into a special mode for 6x which doesn't take much less time than 4x but which I have always been suspect about.

I have heard that LTH discs can have a greater degree of read/write issues than the older HTL discs: cheaper doesn't necessarily mean equal or better quality. I always buy Panasonic HTL 25GB exclusively now because they are not much more expensive than the cheapies and are made in Japan so top quality. I never use 50GB discs as I had issues with reading through the layers on the Oppo 93.

A rule of thumb is not to burn right to the edge under any circumstances if at all possible as it gets dodgy right on the edge.

Also, try to handle blank media on the outside edge and not near the central hub in case you put fingerprints that interfere with the burning.
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Thanks again for the above guys,

I have been off subscription here for a while and until now fully enjoying my system.

Being I am getting prompted about for firmware updates, I need to ask again in-case things have changed - Can I still be confident OPPO will not slide Cinavia in the older players like the BRP-93?

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^ Correct. No Cinavia detection in the 9x players.

If your current, old firmware is from the brief period where ISO playback was supported, you WILL lose that. Firmware notes can be found in the first post of this thread.
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