Originally Posted by Neuromancer
It is not MediaTek's priority since only OPPO really wants it. Their other vendors (Sony, Panasonic, etc) don't really care about user generated media. If the people who are buying millions of units don't want it, why put in the resources? This is similar to reasons why companies like Amazon, Hulu and other streaming services are not offering their support to OPPO, as OPPO can only bring in or retain several thousand customers, versus several hundred thousand or more customers.
I hope you can appreciate the frustration since it shouldn't be that difficult to figure it out with more and more media streamers and software players incorporating the feature. If it was a video-related flaw, instead of audio-related, I'll bet it would have already been addressed.
If Oppo can't rely on their chip-maker to support user generated media, they should start looking for other solutions. After all, ripping CDs to digital media is hardly new and not going away any time soon.
Since my post seems to have been overlooked in the 103/105 thread, can you answer it here?
"In my never-ending quest to achieve gapless playback, is it possible that the SMB/CIFS Access could allow the Oppo to read a cue sheet with track points? Assuming there are hardware limitations that prevent gapless playback directly, maybe there could be some ability to recognize a .cue file and have gapless playback through a software solution via a cue sheet? I believe this is how some Dune players achieve gapless playback."Edited by scolumbo - 9/20/12 at 11:47am