Any news on this?
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Any news on this?
The BDP2180 player with the latest firmware have issues with the MKV file playback. The issues were described in this thread - http://www.supportforum.philips.com/en/showthread.php?13091-MKV-support ...
"Blocked" means there is a problem with the loader (optical drive).
The previous posts were referring to the new Fox titles. Walkabout is not a new disc. The Region B version was released in September 2012.
That must be a lot of documentation... Will we ever see a changelog for the new firmware?
Well, the FF/Rewind, chapters and OSD time are now working properly even if the file was muxed with the latest mkvmerge.
Good news. The mkv issue is finally fixed in the new 2.24 firmware.
They will not fix it. The problem is present on all Philips BDP players for a very long time. Use mkclean on problematic files.
They only release the new firmware for players that are still in production. They don't care about supporting older models.
That's a very poor effort from Philips. Some manufacturers already released a fixed firmware for their older players to support the new Fox titles (e.g. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes).
Upgrade it via USB.
BDP3000 does not support 3D.
This player supports SMB. Why not use SMB instead of slow and buggy DLNA?
I use mkclean to fix the above issues.
e.g.: "mkclean.exe --no-optimize --keep-cues file.mkv fixedfile.mkv"
Unfortunately still no support for SUP subtitles. Also, it would have been nice to have...
Still no signs of a firmware update... This thread is useless. Those models are not that old but Philips seems to have abandoned any support.
Is there any way to enable the "extended" FM-OIRT band (65.81MHz - 74MHz)?
I found a service manual for this audio system. I was able to switch the tuner board from "EUR" (europe) mode to "EAS"...
- Movie: Taxi Driver (35-th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray)
- EAN: 5050629001938
- Player model: BDP3300 and BDP3280
- SW version: BDP3300: 2.61; BDP3280: 2.47
The problem is observed on both...
I was wondering why this player can not output at 1080p/24 when playing back lower resolution 24p mkv or avi files?
For example, when the player HDMI output is set to 1080p/24 and connected to...
No, it only has "YouTube" and "Picasa".
I know that BDP3280 is EOL but you can still buy it in some places. I bought it only a week ago. Also, BDP3280 use the same chipset (MT8560) as current 2013 Philips 3D BD players, so it shouldn't be...
Any chance that Philips will enable the DLNA/SimplyShare support for this player? It's kind of unfair that cheaper models like BDP2100 have this feature enabled but this more expensive BDP3280 player...