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post #751 of 791
Answers below:

1. I have the TV connected to our wifi. When doing that the set finds all computers that can be media servers....like my work laptop, home laptop, wife's laptop, etc. It's fine but since none of these will ever be the media source for Allshare it's a bit irritating to have a long list of computers show up all the time. I'm sure I can get rid of them somehow but haven't searched enough.

Disable the "Windows MEdia Player Sharing Service" on each Windows machine.

2. Can't see to see at any given moment if the tv is streaming content from the HTPC via wired or wireless as both show up on the set. Presuming it's the first listed network info listed in the Network Settings page?
The TV is set to either Wireless or Wired. Only one can be active at a time.

3. Assuming the TV is using the wired ethernet connection I'm getting some buffering issues whereas the TV has to pause with a 'Loading..' message in top right. Watching Tron last night (a 12GB MKV rip), in each heavy action scene the stream had to buffer about every 30 seconds. Annoying. Smaller rips don't have any issue on either wired or wireless.
What model is your TV?

4. Allshare message pops up at random times. I *think* what's happening is the TV is finding other computers that come onto the wifi. For instance, my laptop was in sleep mode and, when resuming Windows I got an Allshare message on the TV. I think it can be set via the Allshare application on the HTPC to NOT allow the popup but not sure.
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5. Allshare seems to lose the connection and take 10 minutes or so to find it. A bit annoying when you want to just immediately start using the HTPC.

6. Can't seem to get Allshare app on HTPC to pull content from a NAS vs. a local drive. Help?
Have you tried mapping the shares as a drive? If Allshare runs as a service you might need to set the service to run as your user credentials.

7. Can Allshare work through a receiver vs. HTPC straight to TV? Potentially I'd need a Samsung receiver (vs. Sony) to do it? It's certainly convenient but the setup today doesn't allow sending the audio through the surround sound speakers - just straight to the TV.
TV running Allshare should be able to feed the amp using its optical/coaxial digital output.
post #752 of 791
Quote:
Originally Posted by Krobar View Post

Answers below:

1. I have the TV connected to our wifi. When doing that the set finds all computers that can be media servers....like my work laptop, home laptop, wife's laptop, etc. It's fine but since none of these will ever be the media source for Allshare it's a bit irritating to have a long list of computers show up all the time. I'm sure I can get rid of them somehow but haven't searched enough.

Disable the "Windows MEdia Player Sharing Service" on each Windows machine.

2. Can't see to see at any given moment if the tv is streaming content from the HTPC via wired or wireless as both show up on the set. Presuming it's the first listed network info listed in the Network Settings page?
The TV is set to either Wireless or Wired. Only one can be active at a time.

3. Assuming the TV is using the wired ethernet connection I'm getting some buffering issues whereas the TV has to pause with a 'Loading..' message in top right. Watching Tron last night (a 12GB MKV rip), in each heavy action scene the stream had to buffer about every 30 seconds. Annoying. Smaller rips don't have any issue on either wired or wireless.
What model is your TV?

4. Allshare message pops up at random times. I *think* what's happening is the TV is finding other computers that come onto the wifi. For instance, my laptop was in sleep mode and, when resuming Windows I got an Allshare message on the TV. I think it can be set via the Allshare application on the HTPC to NOT allow the popup but not sure.
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5. Allshare seems to lose the connection and take 10 minutes or so to find it. A bit annoying when you want to just immediately start using the HTPC.

6. Can't seem to get Allshare app on HTPC to pull content from a NAS vs. a local drive. Help?
Have you tried mapping the shares as a drive? If Allshare runs as a service you might need to set the service to run as your user credentials.

7. Can Allshare work through a receiver vs. HTPC straight to TV? Potentially I'd need a Samsung receiver (vs. Sony) to do it? It's certainly convenient but the setup today doesn't allow sending the audio through the surround sound speakers - just straight to the TV.
TV running Allshare should be able to feed the amp using its optical/coaxial digital output.

Thanks Krobar.

Buffering issue - my set is the 64" 8000.

If I'm able to use the Allshare interface to stream content from the HTPC to TV via HDMI or optical (vs the network) I'm sure the buffering won't be an issue. That said, the HTPC does not have an optical output, just HDMI. Any reason the HDMI wouldn't carry sound along with the video?
post #753 of 791
ISO images - can these files be played on a D8000? The TV can 'see' the .iso movie files on Win7 and/or DNS323 via DLNA, and can open the iso file. I can see the DVD main menu. However, when I get to the DVD main menu I do not know how to select the Play button or Settings or other menu buttons. I could not find anything in the manual about this. Anyone knows how to select/navigate main menu buttons when opening/playing an iso image?
post #754 of 791
Hi. I'm a newbie to these boards, but very impressed with the great info. Very informative.

I need help. Issue: I cannot stream MP4 video files from my NAS (Buffalo LinkStation Quad LS-QL/R5) to my new Samsung TV (UN55ES6100) using Samsung AllShare. I see many others have had this problem, too, but I still don't know what to do. Any Ideas?

More background info: Have a wired ethernet network (Linksys BEFSR41) with wireless access point (Linksys WRT160NL). TV is connected via HDMI to Onkyo TX-NR609 AV receiver. Apple TV connected to Onkyo, too. There are 2 desktop PC's and 2 portable PC's, all running Win 7.

For the exact same MP4 video file: 1. I can plug it into the TV USB port and it will play properly on the TV; 2. I can stream it successfully to the Samsung TV via Apple TV through ITunes playing on desktop PC but accessing file on NAS; 3. I can successfully stream the movie from the NAS to a Western Digital Live TV Plus box connected to a different TV.

Some posts suggest using Serviio to solve problem. I've gone to the site, but I do not understand how to use it or install it. If Serviio is the solution:
1. How, specifically, do I install Serviio on the NAS?
2. I want to be able to stream the files from the NAS, without a PC turned on.
3. Do I have to load Serviio every time I want to play a video file, or will it operate passively in the background?
4. If I install Serviio, will it screw up anything else?
5. Any links to where I can read more info on this?

Any other options (preferably easier), other than Serviio?

Sorry this post is so long, but I wanted to give as much info as possible. Thanks for any help.
post #755 of 791
Is there any way to name/modify a folder on a USB drive so the TV (D550) doesn't scan it? I have a backup folder with a lot of files (flacs, isos, jpgs, etc) and that's probably why I get a lot of "too many files" messages.

EDIT: I stuck it in the $RECYCLE.BIN folder and it doesn't show up.

Also, what is a known brand of usb drive or enclosure that will put the drive to sleep after a period of inactivity or when the tv is turned off? I have a cheap USB 2.0 enclosure that won't sleep. I did take out the drive and modify its settings with hdparm so it will go to sleep when connected to a computer but it won't sleep in the enclosure.
post #756 of 791
1 Serviio is a server service so it needs to be hosted on a windows, linux, or mac OS system

2 Then you need a NAS like WD Live that has an embedded server

3 Serviio can be set up to run as a service and can run alongside other media servers like Allshare if you want both

4 not really, i have seen no ill effects

5 http://www.serviio.org/

I messed with Allshare for a day and then read so much negative feedback about it, I installed Serviio and never touched Allshare again until this weekend when I saw an updated version was available. It still sucks.

I can see my serviio server on my xbox too which is a bonus. Same interface, same files. Its real nice.
Serviio is REALLY easy to set up and use. Try it. If you dont like it just uninstall it.



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Originally Posted by pghSteamboat View Post

Hi. I'm a newbie to these boards, but very impressed with the great info. Very informative.

I need help. Issue: I cannot stream MP4 video files from my NAS (Buffalo LinkStation Quad LS-QL/R5) to my new Samsung TV (UN55ES6100) using Samsung AllShare. I see many others have had this problem, too, but I still don't know what to do. Any Ideas?

More background info: Have a wired ethernet network (Linksys BEFSR41) with wireless access point (Linksys WRT160NL). TV is connected via HDMI to Onkyo TX-NR609 AV receiver. Apple TV connected to Onkyo, too. There are 2 desktop PC's and 2 portable PC's, all running Win 7.

For the exact same MP4 video file: 1. I can plug it into the TV USB port and it will play properly on the TV; 2. I can stream it successfully to the Samsung TV via Apple TV through ITunes playing on desktop PC but accessing file on NAS; 3. I can successfully stream the movie from the NAS to a Western Digital Live TV Plus box connected to a different TV.

Some posts suggest using Serviio to solve problem. I've gone to the site, but I do not understand how to use it or install it. If Serviio is the solution:
1. How, specifically, do I install Serviio on the NAS?
2. I want to be able to stream the files from the NAS, without a PC turned on.
3. Do I have to load Serviio every time I want to play a video file, or will it operate passively in the background?
4. If I install Serviio, will it screw up anything else?
5. Any links to where I can read more info on this?

Any other options (preferably easier), other than Serviio?

Sorry this post is so long, but I wanted to give as much info as possible. Thanks for any help.
post #757 of 791
Finally connected my BD8500 to All Share on my PC. Can succesfully stream video, photos and music from chosen PC shared folders. However I would like to see Recorded TV from the HDD from the BD on my PC. AllShare allows the usual 3 categories of Video, Photos and Music from the HDD but not 4th category of Recorded TV. Is this possible?
post #758 of 791
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mellavs View Post

Finally connected my BD8500 to All Share on my PC. Can succesfully stream video, photos and music from chosen PC shared folders. However I would like to see Recorded TV from the HDD from the BD on my PC. AllShare allows the usual 3 categories of Video, Photos and Music from the HDD but not 4th category of Recorded TV. Is this possible?

Recorded TV is Video. Depends if the recording is in a format thats supported by the TV.
post #759 of 791
Quote:
Originally Posted by BritInVA View Post

Recorded TV is Video. Depends if the recording is in a format thats supported by the TV.

Not sure if I made myself clear. The recording must be in a format that is supported by the TV as it plays back on the TV? But it is put in a RecordedTV folder that AllShare does not locate.
post #760 of 791
I just bought a Samsung UN46D6000 and have it connected wirelessly to my home network. I know the connection is working because I can access Netflix with no issues.

I have downloaded the setup for Samsung Allshare to my PC, which has a wired connection to my router. When I attempt to run the Allshare setup, I can get as far as the screen for accepting the license agreement, but then I am met with an alert message saying "You are not connected to the internet. Setup cannot continue... etc." This is, of course, incorrect, because I am connected to the internet. Still, the setup won't recognize my connection, and I can't successfully install Allshare on my PC.

I've tried to change my connection settings and connect my PC wirelessly instead. Still nothing. And yes, my TV is on and connected to my network while I am attempting this.

Any suggestions for how I can get Allshare going on my PC?
post #761 of 791
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mellavs View Post

Not sure if I made myself clear. The recording must be in a format that is supported by the TV as it plays back on the TV? But it is put in a RecordedTV folder that AllShare does not locate.

If allshare still sucks as the other fellah says... allshare used to NOT able to deal with dynamic updated folders. Yes you heard it right, it cannot deal with a folder where you are constantly deleting and adding new materials. It wants to allocate --LOCKS-- everything down at configuration time and NO CHANGE (the nerve!).

After I installed serviio (OK with dynamic folders), I never went back, and it's free.

My hauppauge records to .TS files (don't know what codec) and serviio reads it fine.
post #762 of 791
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Originally Posted by Boseknows View Post

"You are not connected to the internet. Setup cannot continue... etc."

I assume everything else works on this PC then?

Turn off your firewall for a quicky see what happens.
post #763 of 791
Quote:
Originally Posted by MrBobb View Post

If allshare still sucks as the other fellah says... allshare used to NOT able to deal with dynamic updated folders. Yes you heard it right, it cannot deal with a folder where you are constantly deleting and adding new materials. It wants to allocate --LOCKS-- everything down at configuration time and NO CHANGE (the nerve!).

After I installed serviio (OK with dynamic folders), I never went back, and it's free.

My hauppauge records to .TS files (don't know what codec) and serviio reads it fine.

My Allshare has a refresh button at the top to update the folders when new files are added. Works fine.

I have installed Serviio but cannot get it working as well as Allshare. Mkv files will play with Allshare but not Serviio. On researching forums it seems this may be down to a choice of profiles ? Getting a bit techy. Allshare worked without any problems but Serviio seems to need you to be a tech expert, which I'm not.
post #764 of 791
Thread Starter 
Its really not that hard - I don't use Serviio but recollect you just need to tell it what device you have.

With Allshare it knows only works with Samsungs - albeit badly.

Each to their own.
post #765 of 791
How do you page thru files when looking for something? If you have a lot of files to click thru, you may never get there. Any other tips for finding the stuff you want to play quickly. Is there a search? Jump to a first letter? Anything?
post #766 of 791
there are 26 pages in this thread and hopefully quicker just asking...we have the new samy 6100es tv. in allshare, we're watching a movie, say avengers. (avi file from htpc, streaming wirelessly and works rather well). Wife watched movie 1/2 way last night. Tonight we decide to start over with the kids....uh but when we go to play the movie, it's intelligent enough to start the movie from where she left off and I see of no other way of getting it back to the beggining, other that hold down the left arrow button and crudely letting it skip back to the beggining. I didn't try restarting allshare, nor the tools/drop down method. What am I missing here?
post #767 of 791
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mellavs View Post

My Allshare has a refresh button at the top to update the folders when new files are added. Works fine

Yeah man, My DNLA server is also my DVR, so I got stuff added everyday in my absentia, so if every night when I come home I have to signon to the box, open the console and have to hit this button, and how long it takes from button-hit to ready-to-watch? That would be too much. But am glad it works for you though.

Quote:
Originally Posted by drmax View Post

nor the tools/drop down method.

Why not? Hey we all wish everything is a one-button operation, unfortunately...

If that doesn't work, see if up-arrow on the clickwheel does anything. In my Sammy it FF to the last index mark, which moves the "pointer" to the end, then when you restart it next, is gonna start from begining.

Now with serviio (your mileage may vary), it "remembers" the last bookmark stopped but it doesn't force me to go there at restart, it starts at the beginning and only goes to the bookmark if I hit "D."
post #768 of 791
Quote:
Originally Posted by MrBobb View Post

Yeah man, I can't be bothered to sign on my file server and remember to hit this button. My file server is also my DVR so new materials get added everyday in my absentia, so you tell me I have to hit yet another button when I want to watch my stuff... and how long it takes to refresh after I hit the button? NO. But am glad it works for you though.



Why not? Hey we all wish everything is a one-button operation, unfortunately...

If that doesn't work, see if up-arrow on the clickwheel does anything. In my Sammy it FF to the last index mark, which moves the "point" to the end, then when you restart it next, is gonna start from begining.

I just said I didn't try the drop down menu thing. I didn't say I wouldn't try it.
Unsure what click wheel u are referring to, or jokingly calling the button a wheel. You got to keep in mind...i'm not talking about a netflix type application. All the bells and whistles work with a movie from something like that. I'm talking about taking a move that is an AVI file, that allshare does play. When you get into at all, and want to start over...I have to rewind it completely, with the left arrow button (not from the buttons below on the remote which would normally be intended for this application) If I "refresh" allshare, it does nothing to clear that up, which I wouldn't want to have to do that everytime. You asked how long it takes for allshare to refresh and it's like 1 second. You have to do that everytime you add something to your pc, like a movie, songs or pics, that you want allshare to recognize. It is not really a "live" app. Later dude.
post #769 of 791
Quote:
Originally Posted by Andy.S View Post

Hi there,
I've just bought an HT-D5500 and can get it to work fine as a DLNA Digital Media Player (DMP), but not as a Digital Media Server (DMS) or Digital Media Renderer (DMR).

1. I can't control it from a Digital Media Controller (DMC) such as my phone, as the phone doesn't list it as a device to play to (and nor does AllShare running on my PC) which leads me to suspect that it is not a Digital Media Renderer (DMR), just a DMP.

2. The Features on the Samsung Web-site say :-
"Share the content playing on your Samsung Smart Blu-ray Player with the built-in Easy to use feature. Using the Wi-Fi feature, movies, TV programms, or whatever you're watching on your Samsung Smart Blu-ray Player, can be seamlessly shared between DLNA certified devices, allowing you to enjoy an expansive range of multimedia content." which says to me that it is a DMS, and can stream a Bluray being played to my other DLNA devices, but I can't seem to work out how to do that (if it's possible at all).

Does anybody know whether the HT-Dxxxx (or probably the BD-Dxxxx, as they seem to be the same, but without the speakers) are just a DMP, or are they a DMR or DMS?

Cheers

Andy

I'm looking for the same answer he is. I just bought a HT-D4200 and can't get the play on another device function to work. My computer just doesn't detect the player. It works the otherway around tho... anyone know if it's even possible?

I've contacted Samsung multiple times but haven't received a proper answer. I'm feeling a bit ripped off, as the website clearly let's you understand that this feature is supported. Thanks in advance!
post #770 of 791
Problem: Although I can access my pictures (folders, subfolders, albums, keywords etc.) on my computer using the TV Allshare application, I cannot access the music library (Music Icon leads to Upper Folder icon). I can play music with Allshare using the playlists in the PC Playlist folder.

Equipment/Settings:
TV is a Samsung UE46ES5500KXXU (Firmware 001023) with Samsung WIS12ABGN/XEC Allshare (DLNA) Smart TV Wireless Dongle to connect to Wi Fi.
My computer is running Windows 7 and I am using Windows Media Player 12. The computer is in a Home Group and all libraries are shared (including Music). Stream pictures, music and videos to all devices on my home network is enabled and within Media Streaming Options the TV is ‘allowed’. Within Media Player 12 the streaming options ‘Automatically allow devices to play my media’ and ‘Allow remote control of my player’ are ticked
My music collection is held within F:\Music\MP3 and the Library - Libraries\Music points at this folder as does WMP12. WMP12 playlists are stored in F:\Music\MP3\Playlists

Other:
On one occasion Allshare did see the music library (Genre etc.) On this occasion I played some tracks which now appear in the My List section of Allshare. If I select one of these I get the message ‘The selected file is not currently supported’. I can play the same track if it is selected as part of a playlist.

Please could you help. Thanks
post #771 of 791
I had it playing once, then like you has not been able to play ever since. You might try going into the allshare app on your pc, select the song you want to play manually, then force it to play on your TV. I think that will work. I just tried, but said no device was connected, as in my tv. Well, it is connected, just not turned on. Wife is sleeping at the moment. Let me know what happens. Greg
post #772 of 791
Quote:
Originally Posted by drmax View Post

I had it playing once, then like you has not been able to play ever since. You might try going into the allshare app on your pc, select the song you want to play manually, then force it to play on your TV. I think that will work. I just tried, but said no device was connected, as in my tv. Well, it is connected, just not turned on. Wife is sleeping at the moment. Let me know what happens. Greg

Thanks for your reply. I do not have Allshare on the PC. I can right click a .mp3 track in WMP12 and select ‘play to [TV]UE46ES5500’. A player opens but hangs on ‘loading’.
As the pictures and playlists sections of AllShare Play are working fine it seems to be something to do with ‘Music’ in Allshare not recognising my folder structure or .mp3 files – but why did it work once. I have tried placing .mp3 files at different levels (F:\Music\MP3 and F:\Music as well as F:\Music\MP3\Artist) to no avail.
post #773 of 791
I just bought a new Samsung TV and Blu Ray player and I'm running into a little glitch using AllPlay to play music stored a on a Western Digital Network drive that runs TwonkyServer.

The problem is that when I go to play a music album, the tracks on the album are ordered alphabetically by song title, rather than ordered by track number or even alphabetically by file name. This is quite annoying. The MediaPlayer function on my older Samsung TV and BluRay both correctly display album tracks sorted by track number, so presumably this is either a bug or an incorrect setting in the newer AllPlay app. Does anyone have any suggestions?
post #774 of 791
Quote:
Originally Posted by TykeArt View Post

Problem: Although I can access my pictures (folders, subfolders, albums, keywords etc.) on my computer using the TV Allshare application, I cannot access the music library (Music Icon leads to Upper Folder icon).

I have the same problem. I've just bought a Samsung UE22ES5400 Smart tv. I've set up Windows Media Player 12 so that all videos, pictures and mp3s should be available. In fact my Sony in the living room is able to access these files. However, the new Samsung takes me to the 'Upper Folder' icon when music is selected.

Thankfully I have PS3 media server installed. When I select this on the Samsung, I am able to access my mp3s.

The thing is, when I first connected, there were 3 or 4 'sample' tracks available (there was one sample video available too). When I changed all the folders and shared everything, music became unavailable as described above.

Something must be wrong as it's all there to see on my Sony.

Any ideas?

Kroma2
post #775 of 791
Need a bit of advice.
I have a samsung ue22es5400.
My inital setup was external hard drives attached to my computer. Installed share software on computer and the TV detected 'updated files' (new files added to hard drives).
I now have a Readynas nv+ connected wirelessly my tv. All files are detected, but when I add new files, nothing is listed under 'updated files', although the files are showing up on the TV, under the relevant folder.

Can anyone help with this?
post #776 of 791
Quote:
Originally Posted by jhachey View Post

I just bought a new Samsung TV and Blu Ray player and I'm running into a little glitch using AllPlay to play music stored a on a Western Digital Network drive that runs TwonkyServer.
The problem is that when I go to play a music album, the tracks on the album are ordered alphabetically by song title, rather than ordered by track number or even alphabetically by file name. This is quite annoying. The MediaPlayer function on my older Samsung TV and BluRay both correctly display album tracks sorted by track number, so presumably this is either a bug or an incorrect setting in the newer AllPlay app. Does anyone have any suggestions?

I have xactlythe same setup (WD MyBookWorld II) and have contacted Samsung. I just got this response:

Allshare sorts the tracks in alphabetical order and this is a limitation. Unfortunately there is no way to change this. I apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.

Not very helpful, especially when I have another Samsung TV that does order the tracks in track number order.

I may well take this TV back and exchange it for a TV from another manufacturer with this functionality. This is a huge issue for a product advertised as a 'media hub'. mad.gif
post #777 of 791
Quote:
Originally Posted by Robert Guest View Post

I have xactlythe same setup (WD MyBookWorld II) and have contacted Samsung. I just got this response:
Allshare sorts the tracks in alphabetical order and this is a limitation. Unfortunately there is no way to change this. I apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.
Not very helpful, especially when I have another Samsung TV that does order the tracks in track number order.
I may well take this TV back and exchange it for a TV from another manufacturer with this functionality. This is a huge issue for a product advertised as a 'media hub'. mad.gif
Interestingly, I just bought a new Synology NAS at Christmas (I got frustrated with the way that my WD MyBookWorld II and Twonky software found themselves choking on my large mp3 and photo collection) and the Synology MediaServer provides a number of display options when browsing the library, including "Track - Title". When I choose the "Track - Title" display option, songs ends up displayed as "01 - I Robot" instead of just "I Robot", but at least it allows the new Samsung devices to sort the album correctly. I think this display format looks dumb, particularly on devices that sort properly (e.g. my older Samsung TV and my Denon receiver), but I will put up with it so that I get a proper track order on all my devices.

However, the fact that Synology provides this option makes me wonder if this sort of design flaw is more common than we would think.

All this having been said, this should be an easy fix for Samsung. Hopefully they will address it in a future software / firmware update.
post #778 of 791
Hi,

I have recently purchased a HT-E5500, but i'm having real problems using Allshare. My PC connects to the Blu-Ray player but only for abot 10secs.
I constantly get a message stating "The AllShare shared server has Shut Down. It will Restart." This happens 4/5 times before it stays shutdown.
I have disabled Windows Media Player Network. But still have the same problems.
My HT is connected using an ethernet cable, whilst the PC is wireless. I am running Windows 7.
Any help is appreciated!

Thanks
post #779 of 791
I am having a different issue altogether. I have a Samsung ES8000 connected vaia wired connection. I have a Seagate Black Armour NAS220 and I want to browse and view files using the TV. When i use the allshare app it detects the nas ok but it reports there are no media files present, no images, video, no music. I know this is not correct, there is abiut 120GB of music, same of video in various formats and around 10GB of images. Why cant I see these files using allshare?? Very frustrating.
post #780 of 791
Hi Guys,

I bought a Samsung UE46EH5300 recently and im watching movies via AllShare with PS3 Media Server running on my laptop. The problem is whenever i play a movie with letterbox (aspect ratio is not 16:9) i can not zoom in to hide the black areas from the top and bottom. I've found that the zoom feature is only available when i watch DVB-T or something like that...

So do you know if we can hide the black areas with the keeping of the aspect ratio? (without re-encode of course)

Thanks
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