7605-8605-9705 DLNA problem
since the firmwares 140.xx the TV in the title (7605, 8605, 9705) has many problem with DLNA server
i tried TwonkyServer 6.x, MiniDLNA, TVmobili
the TVs say : unsupported file not able to execute
- all file play done via usb
- before upgrade to version 140.xx i use Twonkymedia without problem
- i make many many test with twonky techichan without found a solution
- i tried twonky 6 with PhilipsHTS9540 Bluray, all working !!!
- when i have firmware version 75.xx i used twonky without problem.
i found other user with 7605 and 9705 on qnap and twonky forum, and they all have the same problem
please !!!! solve this problem
do you find your pc when you select that PC on the TV?
I have tried it with windows mediaplayer on 7000 range tv with software 140.25.
I am able to watch picture's, movies and do not see directly a problem.
or do you have problem with certain movies?
yes, i see the server name, all folder, all file, but when i try to play a file i receive the error
i didn't try windows mediaplayer
but i found many users with the same problem as i found with different dlna server (nobody use windows mediaplayer)
twonky is one of the best dlna server on makert, minidlna probably the best dlna/upnp on linux
and both implements pure dlna/upnp protocol
i use with success the same server with samsung and sony tvs
i use with success the same server with philips 75.x firmware
so, i think there is something wrong in the implementation
probably windows mediaplayer don't send information exactly respect the protocol as most miscrosoft products and tv read the file as raw information, otherwise with all the information the protocol needed the tv read the file incorrectly
i don't find other reason
i am waiting for an answer by philips, i hope anyone answer me
I had similar issues with the same setup: philips 2010 TV + Twonky server 6.0.28.
After a bit of searching I have found a solution.
Go to the twonky config page in your browser => http://127.0.0.1:9000/config
Under Advanced Setup choose Media Receivers
Find the Philips TV in the list via the IP address (On the TV you can find the IP address under Setup -> Network Settings -> View network settings)
Now change "Generic Media Server" to "Philips Streamium AV" in the config page
Restart the server (Support -> Maintenance)
This solved all my playback problems, hopes this works for you too.
Hi, I have same problem with DLNA and the 8605 that I have. However I have a ReadyNAS as provider for the films. The TV set does find the NAS when it is rebooted (NAS), but if I put the TV in sleeping mode, or turn it off, it cant find the NAS again. Here it doesn't matter if i use my wired LAN or the WLAN, if i have a fixed IP or an DHCP IP. I have checked with oter medias, like the XBox-360, and it has no problem to find the NAS whenever.
Anyone that has a clue of how to go round this?
i try with this workaround
"philips streamiun av" setting bypass dlna protocol
files are published as upnp/http so no feature are available like rewind/fastforward
i force other dlna server to publish via http/upnp instead dlna, and yes video files working
but this is a confirmation about problem of tvs with dlna protocol
i hope someone of philips give us an answer
Originally Posted by welverin
I'm dealing with the same problem, Qnap 219p, philips 9705.
Can you explain how you did that? Is that a working with RW/FFWD?
Me too, same problem
I have a plf7605 with latest firmware(140.036) and I'm running a DMS in LINUX ubuntu with Ushare and I can play without problems from router to pc pc to pc or pc to tv but not RUOTER TO TV
But with my router doing NAS I can't, it's a huawei 532c DLNA certified as DMS and DMS-DS (http://certification.dlna.org/certs/REG38702126.pdf) always that i have tried I get unsupported file not able to execute
The same files are played via usb
Last edited by muer-d; 05-19-2011 at 05:39 PM.
Have you tried to connect the NAS-Router to a console or to a smartphone or to other brand of TV?
Originally Posted by muer-d
I've connected to my netbook and my pc without problems just with philips tv
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