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    Quote Originally Posted by petasis View Post
    I have tried using Germany as DVB-T country in Greece. The DVB-T EPG worked, but the time was wrong (so I was seeing programs that aired 3 hours ago). So, it is a simple time fix to get the EPG the 9705 now offers for Germany.
    Hi,

    you could change additionally your time setting of your tv to manual and change to your time zone (I did not test, if this is possible). Maybe the EPG than works in the right manner..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petasis View Post
    But what I miss is the space libraries, the described API to control the TV, like the ability to change channels and most importantly get EPG data from DVB-T. But I don't know where to find these libs.
    I think that you never find it because jointspace is a project (as i can see, maybe i'm wrong) for control the main LCD but not other TV parts. The other parts of TV still remains under control of original firmware and jointspace maybe cannot help here. Only full reprogramming of TV firmware can help, i think.
    But you do good job, good luck! Awaiting your new EPG soft!

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    But I am not asking for something I have imagined, I am asking for libraries mentioned in the jointspace documentation:

    https://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawi...=Documentation

    Why did they put the documentation of the "public API" there, if they don't intent developers to use it?
    To my understanding, they have provided only libraries for the framebuffer (DirectFB) API...

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    Quote Originally Posted by foo View Post
    anyway..for all fellows who can't read moronic formats (because they don't want to pirate MS Office just to see a file, because the publisher was too lazy to put it in a standardized format).......
    You could just ask if we could publish in another format......
    There is also a free excel viewer from MS to download.
    Reason to publish in XLS was that users now have the full options of excel, like filtering etc.
    Anyway, see new overview, also attached in PDF now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philips View Post
    You could just ask if we could publish in another format......
    There is also a free excel viewer from MS to download.
    Reason to publish in XLS was that users now have the full options of excel, like filtering etc.
    Anyway, see new overview, also attached in PDF now.
    yeah i could have asked.. but then again, why not take a standardized format in the first place. "free excel viewers" doesn't work for the majority of people who can't read xls because they're simply not running windose (yes there are people not using win/mac)

    ..so thanks for the pdf, think about it and thanks for not censoring all the hard tunes i'm singing on topics i'm sensible about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philips View Post
    You could just ask if we could publish in another format......
    There is also a free excel viewer from MS to download.
    Reason to publish in XLS was that users now have the full options of excel, like filtering etc.
    Anyway, see new overview, also attached in PDF now.
    OK, fair enough. Let's ask then:

    When will SRT subtitles and DTS audio (/downmixing) in mkv files be supported for the 7000 series?

    I am planning to buy a new (bed room) television that supports streaming all major video and audio formats, fully wireless using WiFi. I do not want to buy a second mediaplayer and receiver - which would ofcourse support all formats - for my bed room.

    Will Philips (ever) support this? Or should I buy a different brand?

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    Just buy a different brand if you want good support for media formats.
    I have a HTS7520 home cinema and a PFL7605 tv and both are terrible when it comes to playing media files.

    I just bought a cheap mediaplayer for like 50 dollars which plays everything perfect as a solution. Kinda sad, it cost me around 1200 dollars for the home cinema and tv and it's out classed by a cheap mediaplayer from taiwan. No wonder they had a big financial loss, i wont buy Philips products in the future anymore.

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    I spoke to a employee at Philips this morning and he said that subtitles (srt, ssa, ass etc.) and MKV with the DTS audio codec will be supported in the next firmware update. This update will be released in week 46 and is available for the 7000 series.
    Last edited by Velocity; 08-26-2011 at 11:01 AM.

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    Hi,

    was he aware that you talked about the 2010 series? Or do you have a 2011 model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Hi,

    was he aware that you talked about the 2010 series? Or do you have a 2011 model?

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    I have a 2011 model, he was knowing that.

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    Hi,

    good to know - but the thread title indicates that this thread is about the 2010 series...

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