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Topic # 66470 19-Aug-2010 20:09
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Does anyone know if there is a fix for this? PS3 CODEC upgrade or a change to the recording format of the Panasonic PVR? The content information in PS3 have the video codec as "MPEG-2 TS - kbps", video is clear and smooth but there is no sound :-(

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  Reply # 370210 20-Aug-2010 09:50
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Problem with the Panasonic PVR and not PS3, tried other clients and no sound on them either.

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  Reply # 370224 20-Aug-2010 10:15
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Were these Software or Hardware clients?

DLNA claim to certify only Hardware clients, so YMMV with any software ones.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 370250 20-Aug-2010 10:48
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wellygary: Were these Software or Hardware clients?

DLNA claim to certify only Hardware clients, so YMMV with any software ones.


Clients are fine, it's the server. I've not applied any updates, but I'll look for some, if there are no fixes I'll return it to the manufacturer.

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