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post #91 of 115
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Originally Posted by MitsuHelp View Post

I haven't received a new beta in a while......

No posts since January 17!?!

Who/what made me buy this box???

What beta firmware version do you have installed? I have beta firmware version 01.47.00.32.10 - I don't see much difference in this beta firmware than their "official" 01.46.00.32.10
post #92 of 115
Has anyone tried to play WMV8 Videos ?
post #93 of 115
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Originally Posted by UncledW View Post

Has anyone tried to play WMV8 Videos ?

I can confirm that it cannot playback WMV8 and older... It does playback WMV9

Regarding USB External HDDs:

I tried a 2TB USB WD Elements and a Seagate 2TB in a USB HDD enclosure and they both worked fine.

I tried a 3TB USB HDD which was formatted in MBR and it did not work - I had to format it into NTFS and then it worked.

They have a new beta firmware out version 01.48.00.32.10 and it improved the SAMBA and have added DLNA... pass-through/bit-streaming is now working... HD Audio pass through still needs some work.
post #94 of 115
Just an update with the latest round of beta's I now have fully working audio on my nixeus with both pass through of digital audio dts,dd,dts-hd,true-hd, and output of analog mp3/flac/aac as pcm.
post #95 of 115
what about 10 bits video ?
its playng flawless ?
flawless = no tearing, shades etc
post #96 of 115
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by israelssilva1989 View Post

what about 10 bits video ?
its playng flawless ?
flawless = no tearing, shades etc

No, Marvell 88DE3010 / 88DE3100 don't support 10b H.264 decode. However, the post processing pipeline is 10b. So, the amount of artifacting you see is a little bit lesser than Realtek's 'support'.

If you are looking for full 10b support, HTPC will be the only solution for some time to come (maybe for a year or so).
post #97 of 115
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Originally Posted by jakmal View Post

No, Marvell 88DE3010 / 88DE3100 don't support 10b H.264 decode. However, the post processing pipeline is 10b. So, the amount of artifacting you see is a little bit lesser than Realtek's 'support'.

If you are looking for full 10b support, HTPC will be the only solution for some time to come (maybe for a year or so).

I can confirm what Jakmal stated is true too... I have a 1185 Realtek player and the Fusion XS does play the 10b files better, but not 100% perfect - still really watchable though... there were some 10b files that the Realtek cannot play, but the FusioN XS can playback...

MKVs and any other file formats that are 720p with 16 reference frames plays fine...
MKVs that is 1080p with higher than 10 reference frames it is a hit and miss with the fusion xs at the moment...

Also I had a chance to test out the new beta firmware version 01.52.00.32.10, and now Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio is working and passing through to my Onkyo receiver... all the other HD Audio and regular Audio passes through too... I'm going to play with 5.1 FLAC once I have a chance.
post #98 of 115
Whats the image scaling/processing like with the Qdeo Technology? For me its one of the best features but very few folks mention it.

Thanks,
Paul
post #99 of 115
too sad about 10 bits suport =(
i hope a better result on the future. if the problem its software i must say
post #100 of 115
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Originally Posted by Paul Butler View Post

Whats the image scaling/processing like with the Qdeo Technology? For me its one of the best features but very few folks mention it.

Thanks,
Paul

Right now Qdeo is on automatically and you can't configure it like Qdeo in a blu-ray player or A/V Receiver.

If you have a 48 inch or larger HDTV you really notice the image/video quailty -with Qdeo it is definately better than the Sigma and RealTek chipset players when I compare them side by side. Right now I think it is the only media player in the market that does video post processing - until the Sigma 8910 come out with VxP... Basically Qdeo and VxP work in similar ways.
post #101 of 115
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Originally Posted by haseosilva View Post

too sad about 10 bits suport =(
i hope a better result on the future. if the problem its software i must say

It is still really watchable - most of the time it doesn't even have tearing or shading...

I just watched a 1080p 10bit of the new Gundam series... after the intro there weren't any tearing or shading issues for the rest of the episode... one other anime I saw some in the beginning and middle... basically for the entire 30 minute episode there were probably no more than 20 seconds of the weird coloring...I guess it depends on the encoder if it is done properly or the Qdeo trying to correct it...
post #102 of 115
Update... I recently tested a new firmware and they now have a MOD (Movie on Demand) feature using a derivative of PPLive/PPTV!! Been testing it late at night and early this morning and there were no lags or issues so far during Hong Kong/China peak hours! Watching Anime in Chinese and some American movies that had chinese subtitles...
post #103 of 115
Hello All...

Using the File manager for List mode on the Fusion XS ...
I created a demo video Showing how to use the File manager for List mode with the Network SMB Share or the USB Devices ... For Nixeus Fusion XS.

Here is a Link to My Site ... Were You can Watch the Video ...

http://www.indocomp.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?fid=65

Enjoy ...

Michael T.
post #104 of 115
Any more updates on this player?

Was going to get a Popcorn Hour for anime (and movie) watching, but the whole not able to play 10-bit encoding scared me off. Does the XS still play 10-bit 'imperfectly'? Any newer firmware updates that have added more functionality?
post #105 of 115
They have new firmware in the pipeline, currently being tested and bugs are being (slowly) ironed out - no idea when the firmware will be released though.

Very frustrating, this player has great potential but as yet, that potential remains locked up.
post #106 of 115
Hello All...

Here are some links to Videos of My Jukeboxes in Action
on the Fusion XS (this is a Sneak Peak Preview as it is NOT released yet).

Media Menu Flow Sneak Peak
Media Menu Flow

Music Video Flow Sneak Peak .. .
Music Video Flow

Movie Flow Sneak Peak
Movie Flow

Here is a video showing how to Setup the Jukebox
icon to Run Media Menu flow html or any Html File.

Media Menu Flow Html Jukebox Icon

Enjoy ...the Sneak Peak ...

Michael T.
post #107 of 115
Does this player have the best PQ?
post #108 of 115
so this Fusion XS is playing all DTS HD, TRUEHD and LPCM 5.1 files ? that is great

how long does it take to play different files from a folder; like if you are playing 1 file and you press next or if you stop and then select another file and hit enter, etc
post #109 of 115
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Originally Posted by detroit1 View Post

so this Fusion XS is playing all DTS HD, TRUEHD and LPCM 5.1 files ? that is great

how long does it take to play different files from a folder; like if you are playing 1 file and you press next or if you stop and then select another file and hit enter, etc

If you are the same detriot1 from AVforums I would not recommend the Nixeus as a player for you. In my list of players it ranks below the A400 and I know how much you dislike the A400. The nixeus can play files but its trying to play files which is the bad part. They are not listed in alphabetical order or any order for that matter so out of a list of 700 movies it might take you 45 minutes to find the right movie its one of my biggest complaints about the box. If you are interested in buying one pm me
post #110 of 115
that is weird that it does not list in alphabetical order; very strange

the Marvell chip is supposed to be one of the very best on the market; that is one of the reasons I may be interested and this item is fairly cheap

does this player play files quickly?
post #111 of 115
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Originally Posted by detroit1 View Post

that is weird that it does not list in alphabetical order; very strange

the Marvell chip is supposed to be one of the very best on the market; that is one of the reasons I may be interested and this item is fairly cheap

does this player play files quickly?


During my time using it I never noticed any long periods of time. It could have been a nice player but seems they just did not have the resources to make it happen, its very unpolished
post #112 of 115
can you also explain specifically what it did not do right?

In my case, I am going to have folders that have m2ts, ts, mp4 files and I just want to be able to play them from external hard drive

the files may have DTS HD, TRUEHD, LPCM 5.1 or ac3
post #113 of 115
I for the most part played mkv/ with dts/truehd/dts-hd and it played everything fine, The SD material it played fine as well, Just to start a little when i first bought the player the day it launched i was expecting it to be like the demo version andatech had with tons of options and things like that.. To start bitstreaming was non working when I first got the player took a month and a half to fix that,

The file listing is the biggest issue besides it not being in any order sometimes it will not list everything if you have 800 movies in a folder it might only show 540 items its very hit and miss, I watch a lot of anime encodes as well and while not the best material they play on pch/dune/mede8er fine but the nixeus set a hard limit on mkv specs if its outside of normal content it just refuses to play it. IE if you have an mkv with 16 ref frames it just refuses to play with a message saying unsupported while the hardware is very capable of playing it. It has now been out for almost 2 years i think and there has been 2 firmware releases the most recent firmware only added a chinese streaming app or something.
post #114 of 115
mkv files cause problems with many media players; there is no reason to even use mkv. I have an HDX with Sigma 8642 and it plays every file with ease except mkv
I think the Popcorn hour also had some mkv issues

I will assume if someone is playing m2ts, ts, mp4, mpeg, this player should handle those files
post #115 of 115
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Originally Posted by detroit1 View Post

mkv files cause problems with many media players; there is no reason to even use mkv. I have an HDX with Sigma 8642 and it plays every file with ease except mkv
I think the Popcorn hour also had some mkv issues

I will assume if someone is playing m2ts, ts, mp4, mpeg, this player should handle those files

I would disagree MKV is pretty much the best format for moving around players. You are thinking about older players that never got the update for compressed headers, m2ts has zero header information can cause issues for players that relay on them, same with ts also both are easily corrupted. MP4 is not bad but nearly not has many options as mkv and only made popular by the use in apple products,
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