[mythtv-users] HDTV as UPnP devices... list of TVs that work and ones that don't work??
robgreene at gmail.com
Sat Jan 3 01:43:41 UTC 2009
Sorry. I found this link:
directs to this discussion --
I realize now that it is TVersity, but I really wonder if this is
what is happening with the TV.
They mention that Samsung makes a getcontentFeatures.dnla.org: 1 call.
I have no clue on how to check if that is the same here.
What I see on the user front-end is "Not Supported File Format". I
tried to check if I can view JPEG images and other video files... but
I cannot find them in the crappy UI supplied by the TV.
For the record, I have two PS3's for playing video content and they
work great. If I can find good TVs that plug into the network *and*
actually play my recorded video, it's a dream solution!
If it matters -- my recordings are current MythDora (MythTV 0.21),
recorded from a HDHomeRun. From what I understand, these are MPEG2
streams and are the same as that broadcast, so I'd be surprised if the
HDTV could not display them. The Samsung LN46A850 is Linux based too,
so I had hoped for more compatibility. ;-)
On Fri, Jan 2, 2009 at 1:28 PM, Brad DerManouelian
<myth at dermanouelian.com> wrote:
> On Jan 2, 2009, at 4:35 AM, Rob Greene wrote:
>> I don't think it's quite that easy. From what I was able to find via
>> surfing, there are other DNLA or UPnP calls that the Samsung TV is
>> making that MythTV doesn't support. It does run Linux and suport
>> MPEG2 which is what all my HDHomeRun content is recorded as. So I
>> think part of this comes down to the UPnP support in MythTV (or maybe
>> a superset of UPnP).
> Could you provide some specific info? If there are legitimate upnp
> calls that mythtv isn't supporting, they should be added.
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