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post #8161 of 8458
The commands for the number keys listed above are wrong(they should be D# not #D)(example 1 = D1)

The Home command is MLTNAVI length:43

NEXT = SKIPFWD Length=42
PREV = SKIPREV Length=43

Status can be found by executing
"POST /WAN/dvdr/dvdr_ctrl.cgi? HTTP/1.1 \r\n" +
"Host:*insRefA*\r\n" +
"User-Agent: MEI-LAN-REMOTE-CALL\r\n" +
"Content-Length:43\n\n" +
"cCMD_GET_STATUS.x=100&cCMD_GET_STATUS.y=100\r\n\r\n";
post #8162 of 8458
does the 310 have Cinavia (when you want the latest firmware version installed)
post #8163 of 8458
Wow - this thread is LONG!

I have a BDT-110 and 210. I initially bought them because of netflix and the apps and the ability to play DVDs.............I have never tried to play an actual Blu-ray disc until today.............We have about 20 that we bought quite a while ago when a video store was going out of biz. Previously viewed........

I've had a few problems in the past (as I'm sure everyone has) of a DVD freezing or not playing properly, and usually there is a scratch on the disc or something you can actually see (at least that's always been the case for me)

Before putting these discs in, I cleaned them with a lint free cloth as I would a DVD..........But one of them simply will not play on the 210.. Insert disc - load - then the disc is incompatible. Eject, try again - same thing. There's not a single scratch on it. From what I can see, the surface of the disc looks perfect.......

Don't you think it's ODD that both my blu-ray players will play all of the discs I bought, but the 210 will not play one of them? Is there anything else I could try? I tried bd-live enabled and disabled of which neither made a difference.


Thanks
post #8164 of 8458
Quote:
Originally Posted by sanderdvd View Post

does the 310 have Cinavia (when you want the latest firmware version installed)

Last firmware release was v1.88 and:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Brian Miller View Post

I can confirm no Cinavia in firmware v1.88. Tested on a DMP-BDT110.
post #8165 of 8458
mark40511, If it plays fine in another player, then all I can suggest is to make sure you have the latest firmware.
post #8166 of 8458
Quote:
Originally Posted by mark40511 View Post

Wow - this thread is LONG!
I have a BDT-110 and 210. I initially bought them because of netflix and the apps and the ability to play DVDs.............I have never tried to play an actual Blu-ray disc until today.............We have about 20 that we bought quite a while ago when a video store was going out of biz. Previously viewed........
I've had a few problems in the past (as I'm sure everyone has) of a DVD freezing or not playing properly, and usually there is a scratch on the disc or something you can actually see (at least that's always been the case for me)
Before putting these discs in, I cleaned them with a lint free cloth as I would a DVD..........But one of them simply will not play on the 210.. Insert disc - load - then the disc is incompatible. Eject, try again - same thing. There's not a single scratch on it. From what I can see, the surface of the disc looks perfect.......
Don't you think it's ODD that both my blu-ray players will play all of the discs I bought, but the 210 will not play one of them? Is there anything else I could try? I tried bd-live enabled and disabled of which neither made a difference.
Thanks

Bootleg copy perhaps ? On a regular dvd quite some time ago, I had the same problem. It was a rental from Netflix. I had read somewhere that if you ran it under warm to hot water for 30 seconds or so, then dry off completly, then immediatly play on your player it could help. It worked for me. As I recall, it took two or three tries for it to wrok. Good luck.
post #8167 of 8458
Does the 110/210/310 series play all current 3D blu-ray discs without any problem?
post #8168 of 8458
Avatar came with it, Hugo plays well. Nothing's changed on the disks, the eyeglasses (or not needing them) is the part that has changed in tech or in communication with the 3DTV itself (BT vs IR).
post #8169 of 8458
Quote:
Originally Posted by sanderdvd View Post

Does the 110/210/310 series play all current 3D blu-ray discs without any problem?
As long as you have the latest firmware.
post #8170 of 8458
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Originally Posted by BillP View Post

As long as you have the latest firmware.
And Spiderman and Promentheus 3D both work on the 110/210/310 series?
post #8171 of 8458

DMP-BDT210 can't play MP4

This is pathetic. No mp4 playback.
More than half of the hd video files out there are in mp4 and Panasonic doesn't support it?!
Warning to potential buyers, avoid Panasonic if you want to be able to play common video formats.
They could've added mp4 playback in firmware updates, there is just no excuse.
My next player will be a cheap ~$60 player, what a waste of money on Panasonic.

Admin can you please move this post to the Official Panasonic DMP-BDT110/210/310 Owners Thread ?
Thanks
Edited by Shapeshifter910 - 11/19/12 at 2:56am
post #8172 of 8458
Quote:
Originally Posted by sanderdvd View Post

And Spiderman and Promentheus 3D both work on the 110/210/310 series?

Yes
post #8173 of 8458
Nice. So this is simply the best Cinavia-free player around atm
post #8174 of 8458
Quote:
Originally Posted by sanderdvd View Post

Nice. So this is simply the best Cinavia-free player around atm
I wouldn't go that far. The x10 series is terrible at many things, such as netflix, amazon, hulu and file streaming. If you're only playing discs, then it's ok. I don't think I would give up all of that just to play a minuscule number of cinavia infected titles. Then again, you probably don't care about the streaming apps in your location.
post #8175 of 8458
How do I enable the advanced menu settings on my DMP-BDT310?
post #8176 of 8458
If your're talking about super resolution, etc. then you can only get to those during disc playback when you press Display.
post #8177 of 8458
I have a DMP-BTD210 and I want to use it to play music from my (Windows7) laptop. For some reason when I open Windows Media Player and ask it to play any given MP3 file to the DMP-BTD210 (which the laptop sees without issue) I get a message saying that "the media format is not supported." However when I use the Panasonic's remote to navigate to the laptop and open its music library I can play the MP3's without problem. This is not very satisfactory as it would be much more convenient to use the laptop to "push" the music through the Panasonic to my receiver rather than have to navigate through the various screens on my television to "pull" it from my laptop. Anyone run into this problem and fixed it?
post #8178 of 8458
Quote:
Originally Posted by mdavej View Post

I wouldn't go that far. The x10 series is terrible at many things, such as netflix, amazon, hulu and file streaming. If you're only playing discs, then it's ok. I don't think I would give up all of that just to play a minuscule number of cinavia infected titles. Then again, you probably don't care about the streaming apps in your location.
thanks for your reply. So if I only play 3D Blu-Ray movies the Panasonic x10 series is just as good as eg. the Oppo BDP93?
post #8179 of 8458
Quote:
Originally Posted by sanderdvd View Post

thanks for your reply. So if I only play 3D Blu-Ray movies the Panasonic x10 series is just as good as eg. the Oppo BDP93?
IMO, yes. Where the Oppo is better is for analog audio. For BluRay discs, PQ is pretty much the same.
post #8180 of 8458
Hello everyone i visited this forum for a solution to stream any file type over my wireless network. I have implemented a solution that you may or may not have tried.

This solution required the installation of an additional DNLA Server Software on your Home Media Computer Source (Your Server or the PC you will be accessing your media from). I successfully used "TVersity " to connect to the Smart Network Blu-Ray Disc Player with Wi-Fi Built In for Video Streaming DMP-BD87. Once installed I set the option to "Read Tags from Avi Files" under the Media Library settings. Of course you can can frame size, etc. I hope this help someone else.
post #8181 of 8458
-deleted bad post, 220 vs 210
Edited by SileasResearch - 11/26/12 at 8:24pm
post #8182 of 8458
This is a thread for the 210 (a 2011 model). There is a separate thread for the 220 (the 2012 model).
post #8183 of 8458
Doh, clicked into the wrong forum... Will correct.
post #8184 of 8458
I do have the latest firmware and it's not a bootleg copy. Both the 110 & 210 are connectedto LAN and fimrware says latest on both., I don't like wireless for streaming. The 210 just says incompatible disc.............But I'm not worried about it.....It's just ODD that it won't take the disc as it does not look damaged in the least.

Another thing I want to ask is about the REPEAT function. I have a phillips DVD player that when you are watching a DVD, you can choose repeat for "chapter" , "title", or "ALL". I LOVE the "ALL" feature because when it comes to episodic DVD's ,some do not have a play all episodes meaning you choose episode one on the disc, it will play, but when it's done, it won't automatically go to the next episode. You have to use the remote to start the next episode......This is where the "repeat all" comes in very handy and is the only way to get every episode to play without it going back to the main menu after one episode is finished. I notice on these Panasonic bluray players you just have the option to repeat "title" or "chapter" but NO "all", unless it's hidden? Does anyone know how to make an entire disc repeat in these players and not just title or chapter? Thanks
post #8185 of 8458

Can't logon to YouTube and Pandora

DMP BDT 200 I have a good wireless connection but it won't let me logon onto YouTube and Pandora using the remote keypad on screen keyboard. Says try again but the login info is correct. Am I missing something in the set up?? Thanks Rich
post #8186 of 8458

Pandora 'genre' stations on Panasonic BD210?

We enjoy Pandora on our home system via our Panasonic Blu-Ray player. On the iPhone application and the web interface there is the capability to do 'genre' stations, but I am not seeing that on my Panny. Am I missing something, or is that not a capability of the Blu-Ray player?
post #8187 of 8458
At least, if I add them to my list of stations from the iPhone app or the web interface they show up on the Panny list.
post #8188 of 8458
I went on to tech support and they were nice but not helpful. Through much iteration trial and error I learned that you first have to join viera market place. They try to hustle you for a credit card number and I said no but set up the account. Then I was able to log into pandora. As for YouTube I had to set up a new account first. Could not use my existing account. I think I'm now getting the best use of the features. Thanks for your response. Rich
post #8189 of 8458
Also using network connection to my remote hard drive USB wired into my net gear router. Can see the hard drive on the tv screen look at pix play vids and listen to music... Pretty cool
post #8190 of 8458
any settings available to help with ghosting on 3d...i cant find any
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