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post #61 of 542
i pulled the trigger and installed this tonight..

Video streaming is EXCELLENT but i can't for the life of me get uXM streams working.

The feeds show up on the menu and i can select a channel, the Trace window shows "Transcoding XM Radio" but then the PS3 shows "unsupported data".

I have tried ASX, MMS, and MP3 streaming modes to no avail... anyone else try this? If this works, then i am 100% sold and will be providing my $upport to this app!

**Eta - to those that are having issues with the connection to the PS3, try using the default config file. i found if i had a syntax error in the web.conf file the app would start, but would not connect.
post #62 of 542
I've noticed that the Scene Selection function works well for Mpg files but a .ts file that I downloaded off my cable box, hung when I tried to skip to a scene. While it was compiling the thumbnails it missed a few and put up ??s marks on the ones it couldn't get. I only clicked on ones that it did show a thumbnail but it would still hang.

Not a deal breaker by any means but I wanted to pass along the bug. It could be a problem with the .ts file, it might have some glitches. It plays fine but I'm sure it's not perfect.
post #63 of 542
my video seeking stutters vastly improved in the latest version - .98 or .99. Very happy!
post #64 of 542
Anyone got some suggestions on ways to improve encoded image quality using AVISynth? I'm not complaining about my picture quality but I have tons of left over CPU cycles and would like to see if image improvement could be done. I've got a quad core cpu and I"m only using 2 cores at 2-3%.
post #65 of 542
Does anyone know if 0.99 will play multiple vob files now? It says it transcodes the video ts folder, and since it already played vobs I'm wondering what this means.

Also, it now supports iso...so I guess I can just start making an iso of a dvd....anyone know using an iso will allow menus, subtitles, etc.?
post #66 of 542
I haven't tried this new iso-friendly release, yet; however, based on past experience, an iso of a disc includes the entire disc, all features, all menus.
post #67 of 542
Quote:
Originally Posted by skro View Post

Also, it now supports iso...so I guess I can just start making an iso of a dvd....anyone know using an iso will allow menus, subtitles, etc.?

Unfortunately, ps3 cannot stream remote menus or such, so you will only be able to choose directly one of the disc videos, along with audio langs and subtitles
post #68 of 542
I asked for this in the comment thread over at the site but it appears the author reads here as well.

A lot of focus in these streaming server apps has been on video and subtitles - but I'm really anxious to see improvements made in the streaming of audio. I think that this software and this developer has shown more attention to this thus far than anyone.

The biggest thing on my wishlist would be to find a way to get 24 bit audio to stream/transcode/play on the PS3. I've got a substantial library of 24 bit FLAC files both in 2.0 and 5.1 and am dying to find a way to get them to stream. We know that the PS3 supports 24 bit 96 khz linear PCM audio per its settings - it's just a matter of getting it to understand it or fooling it into believing the source is from a container that it understands (such as MLP).

Please tell me if this is possible. You've already figured out how to mux DTS to multichannel PCM in real time it seems; how difficult would it be to look into this?
post #69 of 542
I think you need specific tools for 24 bits support (eac3to, etc.)
Anyway I'll try looking at this... btw what happens when you play these flac files? pcm stero 16 bits 44khz ?
post #70 of 542
Regular 16 bit / 44.1 khz FLAC will play fine using your software. I haven't attempted 24 bit / 96 khz FLAC under your software, but I will and update you on the findings.

Under Tversity, when you attempt to play a 24 bit / 96 khz 2 channel FLAC, it will play, but then you get nothing but static through the speakers. Tversity's behavior is different than your software though, as it uses libavcodec for most of its stuff (but uses a FLAC directshow filter when installed, like MadFLAC, which is common to a lot of codec packs). If you attempt to play 24 bit / 96 khz / 5.1 channel FLAC, you will get an unsupported data error.
post #71 of 542
Has anyone tried this software on a Windows Home Server? I think people were able to get Tversity using on WHS.....

I'm building a WHS, and it would be great to load this on the server since i'll be serving all of my media from that box, and not my laptop.

Any reason why it wouldn't work on WHS?
post #72 of 542
I thought I read that it would support Video_ts folders but when I tried to play a folder I couldn't figure out how. I could play individual VOBs but not multiple VOBs or a Video_ts folder.
post #73 of 542
Quote:
Originally Posted by TimHuey View Post

I thought I read that it would support Video_ts folders but when I tried to play a folder I couldn't figure out how. I could play individual VOBs but not multiple VOBs or a Video_ts folder.

For now, the folder needs to be in Uppercase (VIDEO_TS)
post #74 of 542
OK when I try to play a 24 bit 96 khz 2 channel FLAC, it displays the file properly in the file list. When I select the properties, it shows the correct information:

Linear PCM - Bit 2 Ch.
96 khz

Upon attempting to play the file, it churns for a second and says: The data type is not supported.

Here's the excerpt from the debug log (sorry for the spam):

Code:
Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.214 Opened handler on socket Socket[addr=/192.168.2.106,port=51048,localport=5001]
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.214 Received on socket: POST /upnp/control/content_directory HTTP/1.1
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.214 Received on socket: X-AV-Client-Info: av=5.0; cn="Sony Computer Entertainment Inc."; mn="PLAYSTATION 3"; mv="1.0";
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.229 Received on socket: Host: 192.168.2.102:5001
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.229 Received on socket: User-Agent: UPnP/1.0 DLNADOC/1.50
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.229 Received on socket: Content-Length: 912
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.229 Received on socket: Content-Type: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.229 Received on socket: SOAPACTION: "urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1#Browse"
[Thread-50] INFO  20:16:23.417 HTTP: upnp/control/content_directory / 0-0
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.417 Wrote on socket: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.417 Wrote on socket: CONTENT-TYPE: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.417 Searching for objectId: 0$2$1 with children option: true
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.417 Search extension for D:\\!GROOM\ est 24 bit tracks\\Wilco - A Ghost Is Born Vinyl Rip\\10 Theologians.flac
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.417 Found 1! net.pms.formats.OGG
[Thread-50] INFO  20:16:23.417 Adding 10 Theologians.flac / class: net.pms.dlna.RealFile
[Thread-50] INFO  20:16:23.417 Switching 10 Theologians.flac to player: MPlayer Audio
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.417 Setting DLNA id 0$2$1$0 to 10 Theologians.flac
[pool-3-thread-1] DEBUG 20:16:23.464 Media info: mimeType: audio/mpeg / container: null / bitrate: 2816 / size: 74285202 / codecV: null / duration: 00:03:31.00 / resolution: null / frameRate: null / codecA: flac 24 bits / sampleFrequency: 96000 / nrAudioChannels: 2
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.464 End of analysis
[Thread-50] INFO  20:16:23.464 Calculated size: 81024000
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.464 Wrote on socket: Server: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMS
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.464 Wrote on socket: Content-Length: 1264
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.464 Wrote on socket: 
[Thread-50] DEBUG 20:16:23.479 Close Connection
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.729 Opened handler on socket Socket[addr=/192.168.2.106,port=51047,localport=5001]
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.729 Received on socket: POST /upnp/control/content_directory HTTP/1.1
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.729 Received on socket: X-AV-Client-Info: av=5.0; cn="Sony Computer Entertainment Inc."; mn="PLAYSTATION 3"; mv="1.0";
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.729 Received on socket: Host: 192.168.2.102:5001
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.729 Received on socket: User-Agent: UPnP/1.0 DLNADOC/1.50
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.729 Received on socket: Content-Length: 276
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.729 Received on socket: Content-Type: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.729 Received on socket: SOAPACTION: "urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1#GetSystemUpdateID"
[Thread-51] INFO  20:16:23.932 HTTP: upnp/control/content_directory / 0-0
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Wrote on socket: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Wrote on socket: CONTENT-TYPE: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Wrote on socket: Server: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMS
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Wrote on socket: Content-Length: 332
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Wrote on socket: 
[Thread-51] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Close Connection
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Opened handler on socket Socket[addr=/192.168.2.106,port=51046,localport=5001]
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Received on socket: POST /upnp/control/content_directory HTTP/1.1
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Received on socket: X-AV-Client-Info: av=5.0; cn="Sony Computer Entertainment Inc."; mn="PLAYSTATION 3"; mv="1.0";
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Received on socket: Host: 192.168.2.102:5001
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Received on socket: User-Agent: UPnP/1.0 DLNADOC/1.50
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:23.932 Received on socket: Content-Length: 905
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:23.948 Received on socket: Content-Type: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:23.948 Received on socket: SOAPACTION: "urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1#Browse"
[Thread-52] INFO  20:16:24.136 HTTP: upnp/control/content_directory / 0-0
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:24.136 Wrote on socket: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:24.136 Wrote on socket: CONTENT-TYPE: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:24.136 Searching for objectId: 0$2$1 with children option: false
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:24.136 Wrote on socket: Server: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMS
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:24.136 Wrote on socket: Content-Length: 1053
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:24.136 Wrote on socket: 
[Thread-52] DEBUG 20:16:24.136 Close Connection
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.042 Opened handler on socket Socket[addr=/192.168.2.106,port=51045,localport=5001]
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.042 Received on socket: POST /upnp/control/content_directory HTTP/1.1
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.042 Received on socket: X-AV-Client-Info: av=5.0; cn="Sony Computer Entertainment Inc."; mn="PLAYSTATION 3"; mv="1.0";
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.057 Received on socket: Host: 192.168.2.102:5001
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.057 Received on socket: User-Agent: UPnP/1.0 DLNADOC/1.50
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.057 Received on socket: Content-Length: 276
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.057 Received on socket: Content-Type: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.057 Received on socket: SOAPACTION: "urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1#GetSystemUpdateID"
[Thread-53] INFO  20:16:25.245 HTTP: upnp/control/content_directory / 0-0
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.245 Wrote on socket: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.245 Wrote on socket: CONTENT-TYPE: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.245 Wrote on socket: Server: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMS
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.245 Wrote on socket: Content-Length: 332
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.245 Wrote on socket: 
[Thread-53] DEBUG 20:16:25.245 Close Connection
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.245 Opened handler on socket Socket[addr=/192.168.2.106,port=51044,localport=5001]
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.245 Received on socket: POST /upnp/control/content_directory HTTP/1.1
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.245 Received on socket: X-AV-Client-Info: av=5.0; cn="Sony Computer Entertainment Inc."; mn="PLAYSTATION 3"; mv="1.0";
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.261 Received on socket: Host: 192.168.2.102:5001
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.261 Received on socket: User-Agent: UPnP/1.0 DLNADOC/1.50
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.261 Received on socket: Content-Length: 905
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.261 Received on socket: Content-Type: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.261 Received on socket: SOAPACTION: "urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1#Browse"
[Thread-54] INFO  20:16:25.448 HTTP: upnp/control/content_directory / 0-0
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.448 Wrote on socket: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.448 Wrote on socket: CONTENT-TYPE: text/xml; charset="utf-8"
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.448 Searching for objectId: 0$2$1 with children option: false
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.448 Wrote on socket: Server: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMS
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.448 Wrote on socket: Content-Length: 1053
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.448 Wrote on socket: 
[Thread-54] DEBUG 20:16:25.448 Close Connection
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:25.479 Opened handler on socket Socket[addr=/192.168.2.106,port=51043,localport=5001]
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:25.479 Received on socket: GET /get/0$2$1$0/10+Theologians.flac HTTP/1.1
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:25.479 Received on socket: Host: 192.168.2.102:5001
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:25.479 Received on socket: User-Agent: PLAYSTATION 3
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:25.479 Received on socket: Connection: Keep-Alive
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:25.479 Received on socket: Accept-Encoding: identity
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:25.479 Received on socket: transferMode.dlna.org: Streaming
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:25.479 Received on socket: Range: bytes=0-
[Thread-55] INFO  20:16:25.479 HTTP: get/0$2$1$0/10+Theologians.flac / 0-100000000000
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:25.479 Wrote on socket: HTTP/1.1 206 Partial Content
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:25.479 Searching for objectId: 0$2$1$0 with children option: false
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:25.479 Asked stream chunk [0-100000000000] timeseek: 0.0 of 10 Theologians.flac and player MPlayer Audio
[Thread-55] TRACE 20:16:25.479 Starting transcode of 10 Theologians.flac
[Thread-55] INFO  20:16:25.479 Creating pipe \\\\.\\pipe\\mplayer_aud1228785385479
[Thread-56] INFO  20:16:25.557 Waiting for pipe connection \\\\.\\pipe\\mplayer_aud1228785385479
[win32/mplayer.exe] INFO  20:16:25.667 Starting D:\\pms-win32-0.99\\win32\\mplayer.exe D:\\!GROOM\      est 24 bit tracks\\Wilco - A Ghost Is Born Vinyl Rip\\10 Theologians.flac -vo null -ao pcm:file=\\\\.\\pipe\\mplayer_aud1228785385479 -ao pcm:fast -quiet
[win32/mplayer.exe] INFO  20:16:25.667 Reading pipe: \\\\.\\pipe\\mplayer_aud1228785385479
[win32/mplayer.exe] INFO  20:16:25.698 Attaching thread: win32/mplayer.exe
[Timer-0] DEBUG 20:16:25.698 Buffered Space: 0 bytes
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.699 MPlayer Sherpya-SVN-r27811-4.2.5 (C) 2000-2008 MPlayer Team
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.699 CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU         920  @ 2.67GHz (Family: 6, Model: 26, Stepping: 4)
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.699 CPUflags:  MMX: 1 MMX2: 1 3DNow: 0 3DNow2: 0 SSE: 1 SSE2: 1
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.699 Compiled with runtime CPU detection.
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.699 getch2: 6 can't get number of input events  [disabling console input]
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.699 Playing D:\\!GROOM\      est 24 bit tracks\\Wilco - A Ghost Is Born Vinyl Rip\\10 Theologians.flac.
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.699 Audio only file format detected.
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.699 ==========================================================================
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.699 Opening audio decoder: [ffmpeg] FFmpeg/libavcodec audio decoders
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.700 AUDIO: 96000 Hz, 2 ch, s16le, 2812.9 kbit/91.56% (ratio: 351609->384000)
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.700 Selected audio codec: [ffflac] afm: ffmpeg (FFmpeg FLAC audio decoder)
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.700 ==========================================================================
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.700 [AO PCM] File: \\\\.\\pipe\\mplayer_aud1228785385479 (WAVE)
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.700 PCM: Samplerate: 96000Hz Channels: Stereo Format s16le
[Thread-56] INFO  20:16:25.700 Result of \\\\.\\pipe\\mplayer_aud1228785385479 : true
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.700 [AO PCM] Info: Faster dumping is achieved with -vc null -vo null -ao pcm:fast
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.700 [AO PCM] Info: To write WAVE files use -ao pcm:waveheader (default).
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.700 AO: [pcm] 96000Hz 2ch s16le (2 bytes per sample)
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.700 Video: no video
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:25.700 Starting playback...
[Thread-59] DEBUG 20:16:26.408 freeMemory: 4714520
[Thread-59] DEBUG 20:16:26.408 totalMemory: 59289600
[Thread-59] DEBUG 20:16:26.408 maxMemory: 799145984
[Thread-59] DEBUG 20:16:26.408 Extending buffer to 104857600
[Thread-59] DEBUG 20:16:26.470 Done extending
[Timer-0] DEBUG 20:16:26.698 Buffered Space: 66000000 bytes
[Thread-56] INFO  20:16:26.902 Disconnected pipe
[Thread-61] DEBUG 20:16:26.902 Exiting... (End of file)
[win32/mplayer.exe] DEBUG 20:16:26.996 EOF
[Thread-24] TRACE 20:16:27.324 Receiving search request! Sending alive message...
[Thread-24] INFO  20:16:27.324 Sending ALIVE...
[Thread-24] DEBUG 20:16:27.324 Setting multicast network interface: name:eth3 (Realtek RTL8168C(P)/8111C(P) Family PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC (NDIS 6.0)) index: 10 addresses:
/192.168.2.102;

[Thread-24] DEBUG 20:16:27.340 Sending message from multicast socket on network interface: name:eth3 (Realtek RTL8168C(P)/8111C(P) Family PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC (NDIS 6.0)) index: 10 addresses:
/192.168.2.102;

[Thread-24] DEBUG 20:16:27.340 Multicast socket is on interface: /192.168.2.102
[Thread-24] DEBUG 20:16:27.340 Socket Timeout: 0
[Thread-24] DEBUG 20:16:27.340 Socket TTL: 32
[Thread-24] DEBUG 20:16:27.340 Sending this SSDP packet: NOTIFY * HTTP/1.1HOST: 239.255.255.250:1900CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=1800LOCATION: http://192.168.2.102:5001/description/fetchNT: upnp:rootdeviceNTS: ssdp:aliveServer: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMSUSN: uuid:1234567890TOTO::upnp:rootdevice
[Thread-24] DEBUG 20:16:27.402 Sending this SSDP packet: NOTIFY * HTTP/1.1HOST: 239.255.255.250:1900CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=1800LOCATION: http://192.168.2.102:5001/description/fetchNT: uuid:1234567890TOTO::NTS: ssdp:aliveServer: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMSUSN: uuid:1234567890TOTO::
[Thread-24] DEBUG 20:16:27.465 Sending this SSDP packet: NOTIFY * HTTP/1.1HOST: 239.255.255.250:1900CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=1800LOCATION: http://192.168.2.102:5001/description/fetchNT: urn:schemas-upnp-org:device:MediaServer:1NTS: ssdp:aliveServer: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMSUSN: uuid:1234567890TOTO::urn:schemas-upnp-org:device:MediaServer:1
[Thread-24] DEBUG 20:16:27.527 Sending this SSDP packet: NOTIFY * HTTP/1.1HOST: 239.255.255.250:1900CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=1800LOCATION: http://192.168.2.102:5001/description/fetchNT: urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1NTS: ssdp:aliveServer: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMSUSN: uuid:1234567890TOTO::urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1
[Thread-24] DEBUG 20:16:27.590 Sending this SSDP packet: NOTIFY * HTTP/1.1HOST: 239.255.255.250:1900CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=1800LOCATION: http://192.168.2.102:5001/description/fetchNT: urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ConnectionManager:1NTS: ssdp:aliveServer: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMSUSN: uuid:1234567890TOTO::urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ConnectionManager:1
[Timer-0] DEBUG 20:16:27.715 Buffered Space: 81117272 bytes
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:27.777 Wrote on socket: Content-Type: audio/wav
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:27.777 Wrote on socket: CONTENT-RANGE: bytes 0-99999999999/100000000000
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:27.777 Wrote on socket: Connection: keep-alive
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:27.777 Wrote on socket: Server: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMS
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:27.777 Wrote on socket: 
[Timer-0] DEBUG 20:16:28.715 Buffered Space: 79806552 bytes
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:28.918 Sending stream with premature end : 1245184 bytes of get/0$2$1$0/10+Theologians.flac. Reason: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:28.918 Ready to Stop: true
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:28.918 Sending stream: 1245184 bytes of get/0$2$1$0/10+Theologians.flac
[Thread-55] DEBUG 20:16:28.918 Close Connection
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Opened handler on socket Socket[addr=/192.168.2.106,port=51042,localport=5001]
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Received on socket: GET /description/fetch HTTP/1.1
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Received on socket: Host: 192.168.2.102:5001
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Received on socket: Date: Tue, 09 Dec 2008 01:19:05 GMT
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Received on socket: User-Agent: UPnP/1.0
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Received on socket: X-AV-Client-Info: av=5.0; cn="Sony Computer Entertainment Inc."; mn="PLAYSTATION 3"; mv="1.0";
[Thread-64] INFO  20:16:29.074 HTTP: description/fetch / 0-0
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Wrote on socket: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Wrote on socket: Content-Type: text/xml
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Wrote on socket: Cache-Control: no-cache
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Wrote on socket: Expires: 0
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Wrote on socket: Accept-Ranges: bytes
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Wrote on socket: Connection: keep-alive
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Wrote on socket: Server: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMS
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Available Content-Length: 1754
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Wrote on socket: Content-Length: 1754
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Wrote on socket: 
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Sending stream: 1754 bytes of description/fetch
[Thread-64] DEBUG 20:16:29.074 Close Connection
[Thread-62] INFO  20:16:29.621 Stopping process: win32/mplayer.exe
[Thread-63] INFO  20:16:29.621 Stopping process: win32/mplayer.exe
[Thread-62] INFO  20:16:29.621 Destroying buffer
[Thread-63] INFO  20:16:29.621 Destroying buffer
[Thread-62] INFO  20:16:29.652 Destroying buffer
[Thread-63] INFO  20:16:29.652 Destroying buffer
[Thread-14] INFO  20:16:34.730 Sending BYEBYE...
[Thread-14] DEBUG 20:16:34.730 Setting multicast network interface: name:eth3 (Realtek RTL8168C(P)/8111C(P) Family PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC (NDIS 6.0)) index: 10 addresses:
/192.168.2.102;

[Thread-14] DEBUG 20:16:34.746 Sending message from multicast socket on network interface: name:eth3 (Realtek RTL8168C(P)/8111C(P) Family PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC (NDIS 6.0)) index: 10 addresses:
/192.168.2.102;

[Thread-14] DEBUG 20:16:34.746 Multicast socket is on interface: /192.168.2.102
[Thread-14] DEBUG 20:16:34.746 Socket Timeout: 0
[Thread-14] DEBUG 20:16:34.746 Socket TTL: 32
[Thread-14] DEBUG 20:16:34.746 Sending this SSDP packet: NOTIFY * HTTP/1.1HOST: 239.255.255.250:1900NT: upnp:rootdeviceNTS: ssdp:byebyeUSN: uuid:1234567890TOTO::upnp:rootdevice
[Thread-14] DEBUG 20:16:34.808 Sending this SSDP packet: NOTIFY * HTTP/1.1HOST: 239.255.255.250:1900NT: uuid:1234567890TOTO::NTS: ssdp:byebyeUSN: uuid:1234567890TOTO::
[Thread-14] DEBUG 20:16:34.871 Sending this SSDP packet: NOTIFY * HTTP/1.1HOST: 239.255.255.250:1900NT: urn:schemas-upnp-org:device:MediaServer:1NTS: ssdp:byebyeUSN: uuid:1234567890TOTO::urn:schemas-upnp-org:device:MediaServer:1
[Thread-14] DEBUG 20:16:34.933 Sending this SSDP packet: NOTIFY * HTTP/1.1HOST: 239.255.255.250:1900NT: urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1NTS: ssdp:byebyeUSN: uuid:1234567890TOTO::urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1
[Thread-14] DEBUG 20:16:34.996 Sending this SSDP packet: NOTIFY * HTTP/1.1HOST: 239.255.255.250:1900CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=1800LOCATION: http://192.168.2.102:5001/description/fetchNT: urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ConnectionManager:1NTS: ssdp:aliveServer: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMSUSN: uuid:1234567890TOTO::urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ConnectionManager:1
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Opened handler on socket Socket[addr=/192.168.2.107,port=41696,localport=5001]
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Received on socket: GET /description/fetch HTTP/1.1
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Received on socket: Host: 192.168.2.102
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Received on socket: Date: Mon, Dec  8 20:17:00 2008
[Thread-65] INFO  20:16:35.027 HTTP: description/fetch / 0-0
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Wrote on socket: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Wrote on socket: Content-Type: text/xml
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Wrote on socket: Cache-Control: no-cache
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Wrote on socket: Expires: 0
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Wrote on socket: Accept-Ranges: bytes
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Wrote on socket: Connection: keep-alive
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Wrote on socket: Server: Windows Vista-x86-6.0 UPnP/1.0, PMS
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Available Content-Length: 1754
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Wrote on socket: Content-Length: 1754
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Wrote on socket: 
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Sending stream: 1754 bytes of description/fetch
[Thread-65] DEBUG 20:16:35.027 Close Connection
[Thread-14] INFO  20:16:35.058 Forcing shutdown of all active processes
[Thread-14] INFO  20:16:35.058 Stopping server on host 192.168.2.102 and port 5001...
post #75 of 542
Quote:
Originally Posted by shagrath78 View Post

For now, the folder needs to be in Uppercase (VIDEO_TS)

Well, I checked and it's in all caps but I still can't figure out how to select the folder to play. Like I said, I can play the individual VOBs inside but not the folder as a whole.
post #76 of 542
I've just tried 96khz as a Wav/PCM file as well, and it seems ps3 does not like it (neither 5.1 44.1khz)... this needs deeper digging...
post #77 of 542
Quote:
Originally Posted by TimHuey View Post

Well, I checked and it's in all caps but I still can't figure out how to select the folder to play. Like I said, I can play the individual VOBs inside but not the folder as a whole.

oh, you see "Title x" files then ? that's it.. you will not be able to play the entire dvd with menus and such, only full length individual titles
post #78 of 542
Quote:
Originally Posted by shagrath78 View Post

I've just tried 96khz as a Wav/PCM file as well, and it seems ps3 does not like it (neither 5.1 44.1khz)... this needs deeper digging...

I wonder if it has something to do with the container that the data is presented in. We know that the PS3 will support the actual data stream, but only if its in a container type that it understands. IE if you burned that same 24 bit 96 khz wave file to a DVD structure and placed the disc in the player, it would play. If you took that same 24 bit 96 khz WAV file and copied it to the PS3's hard drive, it would show up as unsupported data. It's totally stupid, it's almost as if Sony crippled this functionality intentionally.

I bet if you somehow encoded that 24 bit 96 khz WAV file into a movie container that the PS3 understood, whether natively or via a transcode, it would play the audio. Just a theory.
post #79 of 542
Anyone know how to tell what encoder is being used when watching a movie? I moved MEncode down to the next to last spot and put AVisynth/meencode up at top. But I'm not sure if its using MEncode or AVisynth. I would like to do a comparison of image quality and to start trying to tweak the image some but I don't know which encoder is in use.

That kinda figures though huh, we finally get a product that works right out of the box with no hiccups for the vast majority and we wanna start fiddling with it.
post #80 of 542
Check the debug.log file, you should be able to tell from that.
post #81 of 542
For anyone who's following development of this server closely, there's another fairly active discussion about it, including more posts from the developer (thank you, shagrath78! ), here:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/ps3-m...erver-ps3.html
post #82 of 542
Seems the discussion is a lot more active over there, too...
post #83 of 542
Quote:
Originally Posted by jmferraiolo View Post

Check the debug.log file, you should be able to tell from that.

Cool! It doesn't show any encoder. Just says transfermode. dlna.org streaming

I guess its sending the .ts file to the ps3 without encoding. Weird. If I chose a DVD it encodes it using mencode. The PS3 can play DVDs and shouldn't need encoding done by the dlna server. But I haven't been able to get the ps3 to play the .ts files with audio very well and now it does it without encoding. Go figure.
post #84 of 542
FYI - I have a folder w/ about 50 ISO movies in it. When I went to view the contents of the folder the program wouldn't go beyond the initial folder. I then moved half the contents of the folder to another folder and the ISO files showed uo fine. I don't know if it's because of the folder size in GB's, because their are a lot of large files contained in the folder or another reason altogether. Just thought I'd mention it.
post #85 of 542
I have noticed that the program takes longer to query and display thumbnails due compared to Tversity. Perhaps this is a related issue - the ISO's are too large and too plentiful for it to get a quick response...
post #86 of 542
Lord_Zath, I believe you are correct after I did more testing last night.

How can one view/display the audio codec that is being used when playing an mkv file w/ multiple audio files? Thanks!
post #87 of 542
I posted previously that I am having trouble getting this program to see my ps3. Well I figured out that my wireless access point is somehow causing the problem, because when I remove the ap I can run the program just fine. So, does anyone have any ideas as to why this is happening and what I could try to fix it?
post #88 of 542
Quote:
Originally Posted by skro View Post

Has anyone tried this software on a Windows Home Server? I think people were able to get Tversity using on WHS.....

I'm building a WHS, and it would be great to load this on the server since i'll be serving all of my media from that box, and not my laptop.

Any reason why it wouldn't work on WHS?

Works fine on my HP WHS (and that does not even have a graphics card)

Streaming AVI, ISO, MKV (720P) with no issues - 'straight out of the box'

Really very impressive bit of software.

Tolax
post #89 of 542
Haven't tried this software yet but it looks promising.

A wild thought: Can this hook up with SiliconDust HDHomeRun and stream live TV to PS3? That will be sweet. HDHR's got a command line app that should not be too hard to be integrated into this app like mplayer, etc.
post #90 of 542
Quote:
Originally Posted by 88hurst View Post

I posted previously that I am having trouble getting this program to see my ps3. Well I figured out that my wireless access point is somehow causing the problem, because when I remove the ap I can run the program just fine. So, does anyone have any ideas as to why this is happening and what I could try to fix it?

Is your ps3 wireless or wired?

Try changing the channel of your access point.
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