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    BDP3000 Latest Software Upgrade (v1142.1) has been released

    Latest V1142.1 software release for related Product Models:


    • BDP3000/05
    • BDP3000/12

    v1142.1 includes the following changes:

    · Enhance the performance.

    The former firmware version includes the following changes:
    · USB 2.0 High Speed Certified (v1015.3)
    o This software version will enable USB media files playback (DivX, MP3, JPEG, WMV, WMA) via the USB connector on the rear of your player.

    · Improved Playability (v1015.3)
    o Fixed resume playback function on a new Blu-ray Disc title ”Avatar”
    o Improved playability of the certain Blu-ray and BD-R discs

    · USB 2.0 High Speed Certified (v1006.1)
    o This software version will enable USB media files playback (DivX, MP3, JPEG, WMV, WMA) via the USB jack on the rear of the this player.

    · Improve Playability (v1006.1)
    o This software version will improve the playback of certain Blu-ray and DVD discs.

    · Improved 24fps (frame per second) playback (v1006.1)
    o This software version enable smoother playback 24fps film material in Blu-ray Disc.

    · Improve network setup function (v948.4)

    · Resolves playback issue on some Blu-ray disc titles (v948.4)
    o " Terminator Salvation ”
    o " Alone in the dark 2 ”

    · Improve disc compatibility (v941.4)

    · Improve TV compatibility, adding Cinema 21:9 (v941.4)

    Kindly download the software at www.philips.com/support
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    The "zooming" issue with Director's Cuts of Alien and Aliens blu-rays is STILL NOT FIXED. This is absolutely pathetic.
    And why no new firmware for BDP3000/55 /96 or /98?
    Last edited by smp; 11-02-2011 at 07:13 PM.

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    Hi,

    can you please post the barcode of the BD set (it is printed on the cover)...

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    The only way to properly watch the Director's Cut versions of Alien and Aliens is to start the movie from the chapters menu. Otherwise, the movie begins playing zoomed-in with only the top left corner of the image visible.

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    do you have another BD device to check e.g. your PC? it sounds like it's a prob of the disc to me...

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    It's not a bad disc issue. It was a VERY well known bug with Alien/Aliens BD and Mediatek MT8520-based players. Even OPPO BDP-80/83 had this bug, but they fixed it a LONG time ago. Why Philips still didn't fix it is beyond me.
    p.s. All MT8520-based Philips players still have this bug, not only BDP3000. BDP2500, BDP7300, BDP7500 (older, non-S2/B2 version), BDP9500 are also affected.
    Last edited by smp; 11-08-2011 at 11:00 AM.

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    i see. thanks for more information, smp...
    then that indeed needs investigation

    for your information the below:
    http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...t-playing-back
    Last edited by kwinnie; 11-09-2011 at 02:57 AM.

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    Still no NTFS Support

    Hi,
    I would like to know, why the latest Firm-update for BDP3000/12 doesnt include NTFS support? If this is all about being able to play MKV and HD videos in general, then why does the still only accept FAT and FAT32 formated usb devices with the 4GB maximun file size limit?
    This doesnt make any sense and frustrates any user, especially when you read in forums that other devices of ther same series do now support NTFS file format.
    Could you tell me a little bit more or (even better) fix this once and for all?
    THank you in advance

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    There isn't a single NTFS-capable player with above mentioned MT8520 chipset. It's probably a limitation of Mediatek SDK.
    Last edited by smp; 11-19-2011 at 04:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smp View Post
    There isn't a single NTFS-capable player with above mentioned MT8520 chipset. It's probably a limitation of Mediatek SDK.
    I don't think that the Chipset is the problem. As there are players with the MT8520 that support NTFS. My Conceptronic CFULLHDMA has much older chipset and it reads NTFS file formats without any problems.

    take a look at this article that I just found:

    http://www.anandtech.com/Show/Index/...tforms-roundup

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    Quote Originally Posted by bezalon View Post
    I don't think that the Chipset is the problem.
    Chipset is not the problem. Mediatek devkit tools (SDK) are the problem, as far as I know.
    Quote Originally Posted by bezalon View Post
    As there are players with the MT8520 that support NTFS.
    Name at least one. (LG BD390 has a Broadcom BCM7601 chipset, despite what that article says).
    Here's the list of MT8520 players. None of them support NTFS:
    Philips: BDP2500, BDP3000, BDP7300, BDP7500 (old revision), BDP9500.
    LG: BD300, BD370.
    JVC: XV BP1 (clone of LG BD370).
    OPPO: BDP-80, BDP-83.
    Seiki BD660 (old revision)
    Tectoy DBR750
    Bluetech BRU-HDM50
    Medion P71006
    Last edited by smp; 11-24-2011 at 11:04 AM.

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    Hi all,

    I completely agree with bezalon about non supporting NTFS format. It is really silly. I also tried exFAT format which is an extended format that it solves the problem of 4GB limitation, but it do not work too.

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    Hi again,

    I would like to ask if BDP3000 plays MKV files via USB

    Thanks in advance

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    Hi!

    Yesterday I tried to play DVD made by LG recorder. BDP3000 got stuck completely. So I disconnected the mains. And then started the first time to connect LAN for firmware update. LAN connection was successful and also new version was found. After 30min on waiting for update to finalize I gave up. Went for instructions and tried USB update also. Extracted folder with files to root as instructed.. tried two USB-sticks (USB1 and USB 2.0). Both gave the same message "not valid SW available" (maybe slightly different wording.. don't remember extactly). I also tried copying the two BIN-files to root of USB memory stick. Didn't work..

    Should I try to find older updates first? Where? Or how to update "original" firmware??. HELP - anyone! ??

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    so do you mean you are trying out the upgrade when a disc is in the disc tray?
    if that's so, i think it actually will make your device got corrupted...

    many cases in this forum reported something like this they eventually have to go to service...

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