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    Forward and rewind .avi from NAS TS-212 not possible

    Hi,

    I have a PhilipsTV 42pfl7655k/02, jointed with a NAS QNAP-TS212 via ethernet cable.

    The TV can see/read the multimedia files such .avi or mp3 but it can't forward or rewind it, is only possible to read it from the beginning (pause is possible).

    I updated the firmware with the version: 000.140.047.000, but the problem remain.

    Thanks for an advice.

    Michele

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    Forward and rewind .avi ...

    Sorry...
    I did not recived any official answer from Philips.

    ...the similar Topics have the same problem but olso there I can't find any solution.

    Is the problem of FF and RW of .avi files, without solution?

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    The problem is still remaing - very disapointment !!!

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    Hi,

    can you please confirm the video bitrate? Maybe it is more that 15 000kpbs and that is the problem.

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    black.stream

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    Quote Originally Posted by black.stream View Post
    Hi,

    can you please confirm the video bitrate? Maybe it is more that 15 000kpbs and that is the problem.

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    black.stream
    Quickly, I've tested on my 3 films.
    All are HD 1280x720, 1280x528, 1280x532

    Overall bit rate: 4.245 Kb/s, 6 090 Kbps, 6 250 Kbps
    Frame rate: 23.976 fps

    but I don't know why bitrate may connect with no-ability to forward / rewind the movie in
    the TV player ?

    My software version in TV is Q554E-0.92.0.0_bld37a

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    Quote Originally Posted by black.stream View Post
    Hi,

    can you please confirm the video bitrate? Maybe it is more that 15 000kpbs and that is the problem.

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    black.stream
    Ciao black.stream,

    the video bitrate of my .avi files are between 700 and 1700 kbps...

    thanks for trying,

    regards m

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauluZ View Post
    Quickly, I've tested on my 3 films.
    All are HD 1280x720, 1280x528, 1280x532

    Overall bit rate: 4.245 Kb/s, 6 090 Kbps, 6 250 Kbps
    Frame rate: 23.976 fps

    but I don't know why bitrate may connect with no-ability to forward / rewind the movie in
    the TV player ?

    My software version in TV is Q554E-0.92.0.0_bld37a
    That is very important because high bitrate = high processor usage = inability to rewind or forword it. My tv can't rewind or forward high bitrate movies.

    Regards,
    black.stream

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    Quote Originally Posted by black.stream View Post
    That is very important because high bitrate = high processor usage = inability to rewind or forword it. My tv can't rewind or forward high bitrate movies.

    Regards,
    black.stream
    Ok. I understand.
    So, I think many ordinary HD films have a bitrate about 5000-6000 kbps. Ok.
    I play them from USB "speed" pen-drive or by my cable-local network from computer.

    Is there any chance to fix this problem (rewind, forward) in the future software release for my Philips TV ?

    [ for clarification - we're talking about faster rewind movie - not 10's second step - better 2 or 3 minutes steps ... - then I can skip to middle of the film in few moments....]

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauluZ View Post
    Ok. I understand.
    So, I think many ordinary HD films have a bitrate about 5000-6000 kbps. Ok.
    I play them from USB "speed" pen-drive or by my cable-local network from computer.

    Is there any chance to fix this problem (rewind, forward) in the future software release for my Philips TV ?

    [ for clarification - we're talking about faster rewind movie - not 10's second step - better 2 or 3 minutes steps ... - then I can skip to middle of the film in few moments....]
    HD videos have minimum 6000kpbs, normally 8000kpbs and high quality 15 000kpbs or more.
    I totally understand you and I already asked them the same question for 40PFL6605H/12 but they didn't answer. I think this is one of those unfixable problems, becuse they don't consider them as a problem. Maybe, they will implement it in new TV series (2013 models).

    Regards,
    black.stream

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