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HELP! Can't play video since new firmware update

I updated the firmware circa 12/16/15 and since then I cannot play certain high quality video files. Is anybody else having this issue? Should I revert back tot he previous version?
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HELP! Can't play video since new firmware update

I updated the firmware circa 12/16/15 and since then I cannot play certain high quality video files. Is anybody else having this issue? Should I revert back to the previous version?
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I updated the firmware circa 12/16/15 and since then I cannot play certain high quality video files. Is anybody else having this issue? Should I revert back tot he previous version?
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Exactly what error are you getting? Could you give a text report from mediainfo of one of the problem files?

If you are on production firmware you can't revert.

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Exactly what error are you getting? Could you give a text report from mediainfo of one of the problem files?

If you are on production firmware you can't revert.

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It's not an error, it's actually playing, the video is all messed up and the audio part works just fine. The video is showing a gray white background all completely scrambled and the audio works fine.
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It's not an error, it's actually playing, the video is all messed up and the audio part works just fine. The video is showing a gray white background all completely scrambled and the audio works fine.
Without knowing the video codec (which mediainfo would tell us) or how it was created it is hard to help.

You could get the details to OPPO support and offer them a sample file.

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Why Auto resume function don't work when playing video files or blu-ray .iso from shared folder from NAS? I need repeat all steps to start playing the movie even I just suddenly press Home button.
Is there are the way to add resume function to play from NAS like it does with Blu-ray disks?
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Why Auto resume function don't work when playing video files or blu-ray .iso from shared folder from NAS? I need repeat all steps to start playing the movie even I just suddenly press Home button.
Is there are the way to add resume function to play from NAS like it does with Blu-ray disks?
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Why Auto resume function don't work when playing video files or blu-ray .iso from shared folder from NAS? I need repeat all steps to start playing the movie even I just suddenly press Home button.
Is there are the way to add resume function to play from NAS like it does with Blu-ray disks?
Playing ISO's isn't supported at all with the standard Oppo firmware, so we'll have to assume that you're using jailbreak firmware. You're best bet is to contact the author of the jailbreak firmware for support.
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Exactly what error are you getting? Could you give a text report from mediainfo of one of the problem files?

If you are on production firmware you can't revert.

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Thanks for chiming in here. So what is the process, exactly, to get such a text report from mediainfo? What is mediainfo?
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Thanks for chiming in here. So what is the process, exactly, to get such a text report from mediainfo? What is mediainfo?
Free cross-platform utility: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mediainfo

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Complete name : D:\Videos\Television\Downton Abbey\Downton Abbey - 6x08.mkv
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Duration : 1h 12mn
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Frame rate : 25.000 fps
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Encoding settings : cabac=1 / ref=5 / deblock=1:0:0 / analyse=0x3:0x113 / me=umh / subme=8 / psy=1 / psy_rd=1.00:0.00 / mixed_ref=1 / me_range=16 / chroma_me=1 / trellis=1 / 8x8dct=1 / cqm=0 / deadzone=21,11 / fast_pskip=1 / chroma_qp_offset=-2 / threads=12 / lookahead_threads=2 / sliced_threads=0 / nr=0 / decimate=1 / interlaced=0 / bluray_compat=0 / constrained_intra=0 / bframes=3 / b_pyramid=2 / b_adapt=2 / b_bias=0 / direct=3 / weightb=1 / open_gop=0 / weightp=2 / keyint=250 / keyint_min=25 / scenecut=40 / intra_refresh=0 / rc_lookahead=50 / rc=crf / mbtree=1 / crf=18.0 / qcomp=0.60 / qpmin=0 / qpmax=69 / qpstep=4 / ip_ratio=1.40 / aq=1:1.00
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I updated the firmware circa 12/16/15 and since then I cannot play certain high quality video files. Is anybody else having this issue? Should I revert back tot he previous version?
So... What exactly happens when you try playing these particular (25.000fps) .mkv contained files?

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Was noticing a very intriguing recently released new Jimi Hendrix movie video production:
"Jimi Hendrix Experience: Electric Church, Atlanta Pop Festival, July 4, 1970" (Blu-Ray)

Amazon list's, both, a Blu-ray and DVD versions. However the Blu-ray version has a disclaimer- ie. "Playback Region B/2 :This will not play on most Blu-ray players sold in North America, Central America, South America, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia."

I assume the BDP-105 will not play the B/2 version?
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Was noticing a very intriguing recently released new Jimi Hendrix movie video production:
"Jimi Hendrix Experience: Electric Church, Atlanta Pop Festival, July 4, 1970" (Blu-Ray)

Amazon list's, both, a Blu-ray and DVD versions. However the Blu-ray version has a disclaimer- ie. "Playback Region B/2 :This will not play on most Blu-ray players sold in North America, Central America, South America, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia."

I assume the BDP-105 will not play the B/2 version?
Any Region A or C will not play it unless that player has a multi-region kit installed. There are several multi-region kits available for the Oppo players.

I'm in Australia, Region B, so my 105 would play it without the need for a multi-region kit. You're in California so your 105 would be Region A and will not play it without a multi-region kit. The players sold in different parts of the world have different codings depending on where they're sold, that's a requirement of the Blu-ray licensing agreements. The Oppo player you buy in whatever country you are in will be set to play discs from the Region you are in plus any discs coded for all regions. They don't have a choice about that. If you want to play discs from regions other than the one you are in, then you need to instal one of the multi-region kits in your player and then you can alter the region code setting of the player at will so that you can play any disc you wish.
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Can someone tell me whether the Oppo BDP-105 with the latest firmware (BDP10X-80-1031) and with a multi-region DIY Kit I - PRO runs currently without problems?

(Chip is from www.bluraychip.dk)

On the web there are different opinions about this, I'm specifically to the Pro version, because I want to make the switch from A to B via the RS-232 interface, but this is possible only with the Pro version.

The standard version of the chip's running without any problems.
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Can someone tell me whether the Oppo BDP-105 with the latest firmware (BDP10X-80-1031) and with a multi-region DIY Kit I - PRO runs currently without problems?

(Chip is from www.bluraychip.dk)

On the web there are different opinions about this, I'm specifically to the Pro version, because I want to make the switch from A to B via the RS-232 interface, but this is possible only with the Pro version.

The standard version of the chip's running without any problems.
There are no issues with either the firmware or the standard region-free mod. I have the standard bluraychip mod. It is my understanding that sometimes the Pro version has required a firmware update but I don't think there has been one of those for quite a while.

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Was noticing a very intriguing recently released new Jimi Hendrix movie video production:
"Jimi Hendrix Experience: Electric Church, Atlanta Pop Festival, July 4, 1970" (Blu-Ray)

Amazon list's, both, a Blu-ray and DVD versions. However the Blu-ray version has a disclaimer- ie. "Playback Region B/2 :This will not play on most Blu-ray players sold in North America, Central America, South America, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia."

I assume the BDP-105 will not play the B/2 version?
Any Region A or C will not play it unless that player has a multi-region kit installed. There are several multi-region kits available for the Oppo players.

I'm in Australia, Region B, so my 105 would play it without the need for a multi-region kit. You're in California so your 105 would be Region A and will not play it without a multi-region kit. The players sold in different parts of the world have different codings depending on where they're sold, that's a requirement of the Blu-ray licensing agreements. The Oppo player you buy in whatever country you are in will be set to play discs from the Region you are in plus any discs coded for all regions. They don't have a choice about that. If you want to play discs from regions other than the one you are in, then you need to instal one of the multi-region kits in your player and then you can alter the region code setting of the player at will so that you can play any disc you wish.
thanks for your explanation. Guess I would need to look into a Multi-Region kit, something I'm completely unfamiliar with
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I have Oppo 105D + WD mypassport 2TB attched. I am wondering if it's possible to access WD my passport(Connected to Oppo) via home network from Desktop, so I can download music files directly to it. I tried to find Oppo on Windows Explorer, but it does not come up. Is it even possible?
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I have Oppo 105D + WD mypassport 2TB attched. I am wondering if it's possible to access WD my passport(Connected to Oppo) via home network from Desktop, so I can download music files directly to it. I tried to find Oppo on Windows Explorer, but it does not come up. Is it even possible?
Welcome to AVS and the 105 forum. Unfortunately, the Oppo players cannot write your audio/video media to a usb drive connected to one of its ports. In addition, no other device on your network can see the Oppo's usb ports except for the Oppo itself. Your 105 can only save a backup file of your Oppo's settings or temporary cache or persistent storage to an attached usb drive. That is one of the inconveniences of using a usb attached drive. A better method of media storage/playback is to use a network drive (NAS) in your home. This would allow your home computer/tablet/cell phone to write media files to your network drive without having to unplug it.

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Welcome to AVS and the 105 forum. Unfortunately, the Oppo players cannot write your audio/video media to a usb drive connected to one of its ports. In addition, no other device on your network can see the Oppo's usb ports except for the Oppo itself. Your 105 can only save a backup file of your Oppo's settings or temporary cache or persistent storage to an attached usb drive. That is one of the inconveniences of using a usb attached drive. A better method of media storage/playback is to use a network drive (NAS) in your home. This would allow your home computer/tablet/cell phone to write media files to your network drive without having to unplug it.
You can connect your usb device to your PC (or just keep your files on the pc) and access them via your oppo. This is what I do. All my flac and SACD files.

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Best is to have a WD cloud drive on your network and play all your files from there. Mine works perfect.
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HELP! Can't play certain video since new firmware update

I posted earlier in the thread and a few folks asked me for details on the video file I was having a problem with and I did but since that post, nobody has responded. Does anybody have any idea why this is happening with .mkv files? It is really strange because the Oppo has never failed to play anything for me since the December update...

I would appreciate any guidance on the matter from you guys.
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I posted earlier in the thread and a few folks asked me for details on the video file I was having a problem with and I did but since that post, nobody has responded. Does anybody have any idea why this is happening with .mkv files? It is really strange because the Oppo has never failed to play anything for me since the December update...

I would appreciate any guidance on the matter from you guys.
Did you contact OPPO and offer them a sample file?

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