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10-27-2010, 10:01 PM
When I play music files hosted on my NAS (via DLNA), I see a big square on the TV screen showing a CD disc with music notes on it. This seems to be a default placeholder for CD cover art. My NAS sends cover art if it finds a cover.jpg file in the folder of the music file, but my Philips TV (37PFL77605H12) does not display it.
Should the TV show the cover art? I am just trying to figure out if this is an issue with my NAS or my TV
10-27-2010, 10:12 PM
Just to confirm that I tested with xbmc and I get the cover art there, so this seems to be an issue with the TV.
Should the TV display the cover art or not? Is this a bug or a missing feature?
I have the same question, does anyone have an answer?
08-22-2011, 09:18 AM
What DLNA Server is working in your Environment?
Do you have any Picture Transcoding activated?
can you upload on or 2 of those files (as zip file)
08-22-2011, 10:11 AM
I had a similar problem with Philips Blue-Ray Player. I usually have the cover embedded in mp3 file. I found that the size of cover art in kbytes determines if it will be displayed. I remember that the limit was about 60kbytes. Everything bigger would not display. So I did a resize of my cover art.
I will test this size-limit later.
If this solves the issue I hope Philips will change this and remove the limit.
I have ReadyDLNA on my Netgear NAS v188.8.131.52
I tested it, by adding a 28kB picture to an MP3 file, it still didn't show.