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post #2371 of 2522
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Originally Posted by LairdWilliams View Post

For reference: I sent the following email to Oppo Digital this morning.
They got back to me within a couple of hours. Their support is excellent as usual. The reply was a little depressing, however:
Ok - this makes sense...but then they go on:
So - in short - the BDP-103 does not support gapless playback when being used as a DMR.
No clues as to why this is the case.

I wonder whether this is a hole in the uPnP DMR spec or whether this is just a hole in Oppo's implementation. Time to dive into the specs....sigh.

Hi,

BDP-93 user here. This has been complained about for years. My solution is to simply make a single large, combined file with all the tracks from a concert - which is the usual situation where this is an issue. There are free tools available to do this, which is simply a copy and splice operation and shouldn't affect sound quality.

For FLAC files (my preferred storage format, since it's lossless, non-proprietary, and allows ID3 tags - essentially a zip file for PCM - I use Winamp to rip to FLAC, and buy high-def downloads in that format) I use a piece of freeware called sox, which is available for download at SourceForge.net - it's a DOS command-line utility.

It's easy enough to use.

(1) Create a text file contaning one line: just the full address path to sox.exe, enclosed in quote marks to protect against spaces in folder names, followed by a space and *.flac This is for convenience - you only have to do this once.

For example (the path may be different on your machine):

"C:\Program Files\sox\sox.exe" *.flac

(2) Put all the files you want to merge into a new folder, with filenames that start with zero-padded track numbers, to make sure that they're sorted and assembled in the right order.

(3) Copy the contents of the text file to your copy/paste buffer, and open a command window in the folder with the files to be merged.

(4) Paste in the command and add, at the end, a space and then the name you want the combined file to have, followed by .flac - if there are any spaces in the name, wrap the whole output name, including the .flac, in quote marks.

Example:

"C:\Program Files\sox\sox.exe" *.flac "Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock.flac"

(5) Hit Enter and wait for the command prompt to return, which is the signal that it's done. You'll find the merged file in the same folder as the others.

(The other way to do this with FLACs would be to load all the tracks into Audacity, which runs on both Windows and Mac, line them up one after another on the same timeline, and then save the whole thing back out as a single FLAC.)

For MP3s (like concerts I get from ConcertVault.com) I use MergeMP3, which is available for free at CNET.com. (I like it better than MP3Merge.), This is a Windows program that lets you put the files in the order you want. A quick search at CNET turned up a free Mac equivalent called File Stitcher.

Before doing the merge with either format, I use MP3Tag, also available for free at CNET.com, to give the tracks filenames starting with zero-padded versions of the track numbers. (Without leading zeros on the single-digit track numbers, the tracks would sort 1, 10, 11, 12, 2, 3, .... Unfortunately, filename sorts don't evaluate numbers as such - they treat them as words and alphabetize them!) That way, I can tell MergeMP3 to sort the list by file name, and this will also work for sox. MP3tag is also a Windows program, but a quick search at CNET turned up a $5 Mac program called Music Tag Editor that appears to do the same thing.

I keep both the individual and merged files, in a pair of side-by-side folders under the name of the concert, so that I can still jump to a particular track if I want.

I hope this helps.

Phil

PS For other audio formats, I use Winamp to transcode them into something these tools can work on. I convert WAV files to FLAC and lossy formats other than MP3 I turn into MP3.

Elsewhere - probably in this thread but certainly on AVS - I've posted about how to make copies of the files on HDCD CDs that network without losing their 20 bit sampling resolution, which only works on WAV files - which may mean using Winamp to turn a previously-done FLAC rip back into WAV - and then in any case into FLAC after the HDCD extraction so they can carry ID3 tags!
Edited by Philnick - 9/28/13 at 11:47am
post #2372 of 2522
I am using Tversity to stream M2TS lossless sound Video files to Oppo 105. lately I noticed any increase rate of interruptions. Anybody notice that?
post #2373 of 2522
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Originally Posted by richmond5 View Post

I am using Tversity to stream M2TS lossless sound Video files to Oppo 105. lately I noticed any increase rate of interruptions. Anybody notice that?
No such problems here.

What is TVersity running on?
How is that device connected to your network?
How is the Oppo connected to your network?

For these connections, if wired, are they switched? GB? 100Mps? 10Mbps?
If wireless, are they 2.4GHz or 5.8GHz? Speed? 802.11 standard being used?

What router are you using?
Do you have any intermediate switches or hubs?
Do you have any stand-along wireless access points or wireless repeaters in the mix?
post #2374 of 2522
For those who may be interested ... having finally worked out the multicast glitch on my network, I was able to use my home-built UPnP sniffer to sniff out the Oppo and its metadata. I can say, definitively, that the BDP-103 does not support GetNextAVTransportURI. The unit does not report the availability of that interface in its AVTransport Service description.

While a proper implementation of this may not be a complete solution to the gapless playback issue, there is a pretty low (near zero) probability of ever getting anything resembling gapless playback in the renderer until this is implemented.
post #2375 of 2522
Hello , newbie to DLNA here. I am using OPPO BDP-93 and oSHARE.

I set up a wireless hotspot called "Invoke" using mHotspot on my Windows7 laptop. The OPPO can see it, but will not connect "Connection failed".

But my Panasonic UT50 TV will wirelessly connect to the "Invoke" no problems - only it cannot see oSHARE or any folders.

I am confused. Any help appreciated.

edit: the reason I setup a hotspot is because the original signal is weak - it is coming from my landlord's house. I have used mhotspot before and it was excellent in boosting the signal. OPPO can detect and connect to the original signal. But it won't connect to my created hotspot. Is this correct for anyone else?
Edited by bremler - 10/19/13 at 2:56am
post #2376 of 2522
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Originally Posted by bremler View Post

Hello , newbie to DLNA here. I am using OPPO BDP-93 and oSHARE.

I set up a wireless hotspot called "Invoke" using mHotspot on my Windows7 laptop. The OPPO can see it, but will not connect "Connection failed".

But my Panasonic UT50 TV will wirelessly connect to the "Invoke" no problems - only it cannot see oSHARE or any folders.

I am confused. Any help appreciated.

edit: the reason I setup a hotspot is because the original signal is weak - it is coming from my landlord's house. I have used mhotspot before and it was excellent in boosting the signal. OPPO can detect and connect to the original signal. But it won't connect to my created hotspot. Is this correct for anyone else?

Were you able to connect to oShare while using the original signal? What machine is oShare runnning on? Check whether your hotspot is assigning addresses to things that connect to it - that would make it an isolated "subnet." Make sure that DHCP address assignment in the hotspot is turned off so that the parent network does that job, putting everything on one unified network.

Have you selected folders inside of oShare for it to make available? Is your hotspot using WEP or some variety of WPA encryption that your Oppo doesn't have the password for? Is your hotspot using MAC address filtering, where you tell it the electronic serial numbers (MAC="Media Access Control") of the WiFi adapters allowed to connect to it (those can be found in the setup menus of the Oppo and the TV and other devices)?

There's many a slip twixt the source and the display!
post #2377 of 2522
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Originally Posted by Philnick View Post

Were you able to connect to oShare while using the original signal? What machine is oShare runnning on? Check whether your hotspot is assigning addresses to things that connect to it - that would make it an isolated "subnet." Make sure that DHCP address assignment in the hotspot is turned off so that the parent network does that job, putting everything on one unified network.

Have you selected folders inside of oShare for it to make available? Is your hotspot using WEP or some variety of WPA encryption that your Oppo doesn't have the password for? Is your hotspot using MAC address filtering, where you tell it the electronic serial numbers (MAC="Media Access Control") of the WiFi adapters allowed to connect to it (those can be found in the setup menus of the Oppo and the TV and other devices)?

Hello thanking you for your reply, but it may be a bit technical for me. mHotspot doesn't give me a lot of tinkering options. How could I check to see
if mHotspot is assigning addresses - this is the screen I am looking at. I guess that if the Oppo did connect, it would show up under
the clients tab, right?



I'm not sure where to look for the DHCP address assignment? I believe the password field generated by mhotspot is WPA2 - which should work with
Oppo, right? (As it is able to connect with the original signal, which is WPA2).

oShare is running on Windows 7. Yes, oShare has folders assigned to it. How do I find out about MAC address filtering in the hotspot settings?

Just as an addition, I am able to successfully connect Oppo to a portable hotspot signal created by my mobile phone, which I can then use to share with the media files on laptop via oShare. I'm puzzled why it can't connect to the laptop-generated hotspot created by mHotspot in the same way - it will show up in the list of servers, and I input the password, but after Waiting . . . it comes up with Connection failed each time. Have tried other hotspot software like Connectify, and Virtual Router Plus, but it's the same thing.

I've also gone into Network and Sharing Center and looked at the properties for the Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter but not exactly sure what I should be looking at there.

Any further help would greatly appreciated.

EDIT: I've also tried to set up the connection manually within OPPO's setup - there are three different WPA2 settings to choose from, and none of them work with the Invoke hotspot created from mHotspot.
Edited by bremler - 10/19/13 at 12:44pm
post #2378 of 2522
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Originally Posted by bremler View Post

Hello thanking you for your reply, but it may be a bit technical for me. mHotspot doesn't give me a lot of tinkering options. How could I check to see
if mHotspot is assigning addresses - this is the screen I am looking at. I guess that if the Oppo did connect, it would show up under
the clients tab, right?



I'm not sure where to look for the DHCP address assignment? I believe the password field generated by mhotspot is WPA2 - which should work with
Oppo, right? (As it is able to connect with the original signal, which is WPA2).

oShare is running on Windows 7. Yes, oShare has folders assigned to it. How do I find out about MAC address filtering in the hotspot settings?

Just as an addition, I am able to successfully connect Oppo to a portable hotspot signal created by my mobile phone, which I can then use to share with the media files on laptop via oShare. I'm puzzled why it can't connect to the laptop-generated hotspot created by mHotspot in the same way - it will show up in the list of servers, and I input the password, but after Waiting . . . it comes up with Connection failed each time. Have tried other hotspot software like Connectify, and Virtual Router Plus, but it's the same thing.

I've also gone into Network and Sharing Center and looked at the properties for the Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter but not exactly sure what I should be looking at there.

Any further help would greatly appreciated.

EDIT: I've also tried to set up the connection manually within OPPO's setup - there are three different WPA2 settings to choose from, and none of them work with the Invoke hotspot created from mHotspot.

I would look at the the other three tabs in the box at right, next to the clients tab, particularly the Network and Settings tabs (I have no idea what "Arena" refers to, unless it's their ideosyncratic term for "subnet"). Also, the "Share From" field on the left is a bit ambiguous, in that "Wireless Network Connection" could mean that it's acting as a WiFi repeater (which would cut its speed more than in half, switching back and forth between its clients and its host), or it could mean that is sharing a cellular broadband signal through its own cellphone modem. Is oShare running on this Win7 laptop or on a machine on your landlord's network?

You'd probably find the option for MAC address filtering and to turn off having the hotspot assign DHCP addresses on one of those tabs. You'll also find the kind of encryption it's using - it clearly is using some, since there's a password displayed. If you see that it's running WPA2, try experimenting with choosing between TKIP and AES (or both, if possible) - different clients support one or the other of them. You may need to fall back to an older, and thus more broadly-supported, standard like WPA or WEP.

You could even experiment with turning off both forms of security - encryption and address filtering - just to see if you can make things work that way, and then add them back one at a time so you can tell what's causing the problem. If you can connect with security off, you may find that it's easy to find the MAC address of a new client shown and then copy and paste that into the list of permitted devices (and beware - some hosts have an option to make that into a list of forbidden devices!). I've also seen routers that won't connect to a new machine wirelessly until they've been "properly introduced" with a wired connection first.
post #2379 of 2522
Hello thanks for your reply. I've decided to give up trying for now, as it seems like a lost cause. No one else has chimed in and so I have to assume that for
some inexplicable reason OPPO just won't connect to a hotspot generator such as mHotspot / Connectify. It may be a small thing I'm missing but I'm just more than frustrated and will go back to using my mobile phone's wifi as a carrier between the OPPO and my laptop.
post #2380 of 2522
Hello again, I bought a netgear n300 wifi range extender and that's solved my problem nicely, it's boosted my landlord's signal and now I can use it to stream movies to the OPPO. No more hair pulling with mHotspot!
post #2381 of 2522
I have a 95, 93, and a 105. I also have a large QNAP.

I have been a JRiver user for years for two channel.

I would like to stream my DVDs and BluRays. I would like to still use full Menus.

With the 105 I should be able to use it as a DLNA render but what about the Menus? It sounds like JRiver can launch ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre and get 3D and menus, but I do not know if that data can be sent to the DLNA render in the Oppo?

My 93 and 95 can still play ISOs since I have not upgraded them, but I would love an iPad app to do movie selection and would like to use the QNAP.

Please help...
Edited by wagnerc - 11/1/13 at 6:11am
post #2382 of 2522
Potential buyer but am looking at the media server side. Thought was a good option but maybe not so much? ISO issues, NFS share issues?

Is that the case? OPPO not a good option anymore for a solid network media player?
post #2383 of 2522
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Originally Posted by jsmiddleton4 View Post

Potential buyer but am looking at the media server side. Thought was a good option but maybe not so much? ISO issues, NFS share issues?

Is that the case? OPPO not a good option anymore for a solid network media player?

It doesn't support ISO or NFS. The -103 has SMB. They support DLNA and a variety of media files types, as shown in the FAQs linked in my signature.

-Bill
post #2384 of 2522
Thanks. Will look at your faq in a bit.
post #2385 of 2522
Thanks for what is obviously a lot of work/time invested in that FAQ Bill.

Just to make sure I understand correctly....

I have a couple of NAS devices on which I've stored mostly MKV files. Some are 3D Side by Side.

Have a few MP4's.

I currently use the PIVOS AIOS to access them and use its NFS capability BUT the files are stored on your typical NAS drives, WD MyBook NAS drives. NFS shares not a major deal to access the files on the NAS drives.

The OPPO can use those files?
post #2386 of 2522
MKV and MP4: no problem with the containers; you have to verify that the A/V codecs inside are supported.

3D side by side: maybe a 3D user will contribute. I don't remember 3D info.

To me, NFS is the unix Network File System. It is NOT supported by OPPO. The -103 supports SMB, which is roughly equivalent. NAS products usually offer both, but I don't know the details of your setup.

OPPO also supports DLNA, often offered by NAS products, or if not, by some PC also on the network.

-Bill
post #2387 of 2522
I can't seem to find a screen capture of the interface when using the Oppo as a media server. Lots of pictures but none of it doing this function.

I'm trying to think though to programming a Logitech remote and the interface when sitting on the couch cycling through possible movies to watch.

As far as I know it isn't going to do anything like a jukebox. just showing the available movies is enough. But want to see what that looks like and how one would make an activity on a Harmony remote.
post #2388 of 2522
I think the manual has drawings. It's online.

-Bill
post #2389 of 2522
All I can find is a shot that shows the file folder structure. Like my Panasonic BDT500 screen.
post #2390 of 2522
Last question.

Can you stream 3D files and the player streams them in a way the display knows a 3D signal is coming and "Automatic" for the display works?

My current media server will stream side by side, over under, etc. But I have to manually tell the display there is a 3D signal and the type of input. Something does not get sent to the display that is being sent when the 3D bluray is being used. It is the media server. I've banged on it for some time to discover the problem.

Hence the journey to replace the media server and if one piece of equipment can get the job done, I'm going to move up to the OPPO 103.

If the 103 can't stream 3D, appropriate file type of course, then I'll be looking at most likely a Realtek 1186 based media server.
post #2391 of 2522
"While a proper implementation of this may not be a complete solution to the gapless playback issue, there is a pretty low (near zero) probability of ever getting anything resembling gapless playback in the renderer until this is implemented."


This is concerning to a potential buyer such as myself.
post #2392 of 2522
wmmclain and wappinghigh:
I have been able to stream DSD files from my PC via Twonky by simply editing a text file in one of the Twonky config files.
I found the explanation on a Twonky forum: http://community.twonky.com/twonky/topics/is_twonky_going_to_support_dsd_audio_streaming

Starting with version 7.0.11
They added the ability to add arbitrary file extensions

The file you need to edit is "filescanner-extended-formats.txt"


This should be a good starting point
Adding these could/should help you be able to stream them
though metadata scanning is probably not going to happen


dff,audio/x-dff,M,generic
dsf,audio/x-dsf,M,generic

edit filescanner-extended-formats.txt like this, save it, restart twonky server :


# Support for arbitrary file extensions
# File Format: One extension per row
# Row format:
# file extension,
# MIME type,
# content type (M|P|V),
# scanner(generic|mp3|mp4|aac|amr|aif|wma|wmv|ogg|jpg|tif|png|bmp|mpg|mkv)
# if a file format shares the same meta-data format as an existing format
# then set the scanner field accordingly, otherwise set to generic
# Example: raw,image/raw,P,generic
#
dff,audio/x-dff,M,generic
dsf,audio/x-dsf,M,generic

I tried this and now my DSD files stream via Twonky over my LAN to the Oppo, whereas before, the DSD files would not even show up in the OPPO gui on screen.

Your mileage may vary.
post #2393 of 2522
DSD files as in SACD audio?
post #2394 of 2522
DSD files as in SACD audio, yes.

For instance, the kind of DSD files you can download from places like Channel Classics or Acoustic Sounds.

Before I made this tweak, the Oppo would only play these files from a USB drive. Using the GUI to browse to my Twonky files, the DSD directory would not even show up.

Now, not only does it show up, but the files inside play beautifully.
post #2395 of 2522
Very good!

I think you may be the first person to report DSD working over DLNA. Looks like if the server can be configured properly, the player is prepared to receive and play the audio. That's a bit of a surprise.

-Bill
post #2396 of 2522
So you are downloading the SACD audio not archiving it from a disk?

I've never found a way to archive SACD CD's. But if there is a way and the OPPO 103 can play them back then that makes a OPPO 103 kinda of a no brainer.
post #2397 of 2522
wmmclain,
I think so too, in this forum at least, which is why I wanted to post my results. I will see how I fare with other DLNA software like Mezzmo.

jsmiddleton:
There is only one way I have found, to archive SACD from disc media to hard drive and it is UGLY.
It involves a special type of Sony Playstation 3 with a specific firmware and then the hack begins.

If you google 'Sony PS3 SACD rip', I'm sure you will find tons of info.

Put it this way: I have a stack of SACD discs and I am reasonably tech-savvy (build my own PC's, manage my own network, etc...) and I cannot be bothered with it.
post #2398 of 2522
I've been thinking about a solution for controlling my BDP-95 (old 0719 firmware for ISO playback) remotely using DLNA. Best case scenario would be to have it showing up in controller software like Linn Kinsky but since the Oppo is no renderer this is not possible without additional hard/software. Another scenario would be to let a DLNA server serve 1 'stub' FLAC file to the Oppo (you have to select it once using the remote but then it keeps playing) and then append the FLAC's you select using a controller to the 'stub' FLAC, just like queueing. A third scenario would be to build a simple web interface that can be displayed on a laptop or ipad in which you can select audio files to play on the Oppo using, again, additional hard/software.

The second scenario seems the easiest but I guess it's not possible because someone would have thought of and created it already for all the DLNA clients out there. The first and third should be possible, I have an outline idea but no time (and specific skills) to implement it. Maybe this will inspire someone with one or both smile.gif

Controlling the Oppo
The BDP-95 has a RS232 port for control. I attached a Raspberry Pi to this port using a simple Belkin USB to Serial convertor. The Raspberry runs Raspbian, a Debian Wheezy port optimized for the Raspberry Pi. It recognizes the USB to Serial convertor out of the box and using 'screen' I was able to connect to the Oppo and send controls (ssh'ing into the Raspberry using my laptop). It's not possible to go to a specific server/share/directory/file directly using RS232 controls but it should be possible to go to root (the HOME screen) and navigate the tree using UP, DOWN, OK and BACK. For example: let's say I have 6 folders in my Music share on my NAS.

/volume1/music/Coldplay/
/volume1/music/John Coltrane/
/volume1/music/John Legend/
/volume1/music/John Mayer/
/volume1/music/Katie Melua/
/volume1/music/U2/

With the John Coltrane folder containing 3 albums:

John Coltrane - Crescent
John Coltrane - Interstellar Space
John Coltrane - My Favorite Things

These are accessible on the Oppo via DLNA using the screen and remote via:
- HOME -> Network Share -> MYNAS -> Music -> By Folder -> John Coltrane -> John Coltrane - Crescent -> PLAY

If the control program on the Raspberry knows the folder structure from the DLNA server it should be able to determine how it can get from HOME to the desired folder. In this case a control sequence could look like this:

- HOME
- DOWN - OK (to go to network)
- DOWN - OK (to go to MYNAS)
- DOWN - OK (to go to Music)
- DOWN - OK (to go to By Folder)
- DOWN - DOWN - OK (to go to John Legend, being the second folder)
- DOWN - OK (to go to Crescent, being the first folder)
- PLAY

I'm not sure if the Oppo will play al the files in the folder but since it's also possible to query the status and/or time elapsed it should be possible to start the next track as soon as the last one is finished.

How to let the Raspberry know which file you want to play?

DLNA renderer
There is a very simple headless DLNA renderer especially for the Raspberry, gmrender-resurrect (https://github.com/hzeller/gmrender-resurrect). This can be installed within minutes using the provided manual in INSTALL.md. After installing, running it with the following command shows all the internals when controlling it via Kinsky (for example) : ./src/gmediarender --logfile=/dev/stdout

By modifying this renderer (it's open source) one should be able to find the correct control sequence and send it through RS232 to the Oppo. There is no original filename/path in the DLNA protocol but in case of Synology Media Center there is a ID un the URI which references a row in Synology's Media Indexer database. A http request to a simple PHP page on the Synology should provide the original filename and/or the location in the DLNA server tree. Also one could use a ID3 tag renamer to embed the original filename in the metadata (although I only see Artist, Album, Track name and nr in the DLNA data). One could also query the DLNA server using this metadata to find the file in the tree.

Web page
One could create a simple web page on the raspberry which queries the Synology (using NFS or SMB to examine the file tree or a DLNA client to query the DLNA server) and shows the folder structure with some simple control buttons (play, stop etc). By tapping a folder you can play the files in that folder by instructing the Raspberry to send the sequence of controls for that folder.
post #2399 of 2522
My 103D is flat unusable for DLNA and wonder if anyone has any ideas. Over and over and over it freezes on lists of files. Even after it has loaded them all into the list I can only press page down ONE time before the entire list freezes yet again for a minute or two. Over and over with that nonsense. Then when I get a file to finally play (it took me 40 minutes yesterday before I could ever get TO a file and get it to start to play) it constantly freezes if I fast forward through it and also it usually just sits there for a long time after selecting the file before it even loads it to begin with.

I was told that it may just be due to windows media player used as the server is the problem. SO now I used a popular program called Mezzmo. Same exact thing. It has transcoding so at least better in that I would be able to get files "supported", but it would be impossible to watch anything under this horrible freezing situation. I just sold a 93 and it was never close to THIS bad. It was mighty bad itself, but not close to this level. On that one it would maybe freeze a list for a few seconds and then maybe 1 out of 20 videos may freeze, whereas so far on this one every single video either doesn't play at all or freezes.

If I used it as a renderer it would solve the list problem, but 1. I assume it would still freeze on playback and 2. whow ants to walk back and forth between rooms selecting files? I would have to select a playlist to deal with that issue.

I'll go try to see how it does with a usb device.... but how annoying to have to do that and have DLNA basically a nonpfeature.

edit: well as far as playback goes, it worked fine with usb. So painfully long to copy a file to that though, but better than the painful DLNA issues. Now the problem is going to be supported formats, as videos which played FINE on the 93 say file not supported on this one. Is there some easy way to transcode them without needing a whole media server setup? I assume there are probably programs only for transcoding?

edit2: some of what claimed to be unsupported formats in DLNA plays from usb..... any ideas what's going on? I guess I should ask Oppo, to figure out if they need to exchange it out or if it's a bug or what?
Edited by somelogin - 11/9/13 at 9:14pm
post #2400 of 2522
^^

I occasionally have a problem with the Oppo 103 freezing on a list of file viewed through my DLNA server (Asset uPnP). It seems to occur if I push the Page Down button before the list of files has been indexed by Oppo, or if I hit the Page Down button too many times in rapid succession.

Additionally, when I'm navigating through files and hit the BACK button or else down to the little green BACK icon at the top of a file list and select it, Oppo goes back to the list of available DLNA servers instead of just going up one level in the file structure. The fast recovery from this issue is to hit the HOME button and then select Network, and you end up back where you were in the file structure.

Oppo tech support said that didn't recommend Asset and suggested oShare. I can't get that to work on my PC--nothing shows up on the PC when I start the program. I wrote back to Oppo twice about it, didn't get an answer.

None of these problems with DLNA happen when I use my AVR (Denon 4310) to access the DLNA server. I feel a little let down by Oppo on this feature.
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