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Oppo Blu-ray Players

Post by counsil » Fri Jun 08, 2012 9:39 am

I have attached two .conf files. One is for the Oppo BDP-83 and the other is for the BDP-93. Please add them to the list of renders.
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Re: Oppo Blu-ray Players

Post by SubJunk » Fri Jun 08, 2012 11:09 am

Thanks a lot for these :)
I've added them along with images (here and here)

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Re: Oppo Blu-ray Players

Post by counsil » Fri Jun 08, 2012 12:44 pm

Sweet 8-)

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Re: Oppo Blu-ray Players

Post by tmittleider » Tue Jun 12, 2012 3:00 pm

Pasting my BDP-83 observation from avsforum here: http://www.avsforum.com/t/1215071/oppo- ... t_22119216 Would also appreciate any thoughts on my high bitrate MKV issue.

Using the latest version of UMS, my BDP-83 is detected as a BDP-93. After a brief check, MKV streaming is working ok (exception of high bitrate videos, more below). However, based on a peek at the configs, it looks like this could cause some unintended streaming and transcoding behavior.

On a similar note, I searched the thread and found a couple of users had issues streaming higher bitrate videos, but no solution. Any suggestions on the following would be appreciated:

I recently upgraded to a buffalo wireless AC router/bridge and
  • get ~250 Mb/s sustained transfers from my desktop PC (gigabit to router) to clients on my wireless bridge (i.e., gigabit to laptop). I assume network bandwidth is not an issue.
  • I can successfully play a 40 Mb/s MKV stored on my PC through the bridge hardwired to my laptop.
  • I can successfully play the same file on a USB drive directly connected to the 83.
  • I can't stream the file from my PC to the 83 via the bridge - it starts, stutters, stops, and then plays the next file in the folder.
Monitoring the network on my PC, it looks like it tops at ~25-30 Mb/s while trying to stream to the 83, though I get 10x that bandwidth on transfers to gigabit clients. Similar results with UMS and oShare. Unfortunately I don’t have another client to test MKV streaming… thoughts?

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Re: Oppo Blu-ray Players

Post by counsil » Wed Jun 13, 2012 7:17 am

That's interesting that UMS detected your BDP-83 as a BDP-93. I used the default configuration file from the first post of the "Oppo BDP-83 DLNA/UPnP thread". If that is not the correct configuration that should be used for UMS for the 83, then do you happen to have (or could point us to) a newer one?

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Re: Oppo Blu-ray Players

Post by tmittleider » Wed Jun 13, 2012 8:34 am

Replied to the avsforum thread, but pasting here:

Before uninstalling PMS and moving to UMS, I had been using the BDP-83 config from SapoMalo here:http://www.ps3mediaserver.org/forum/vie ... 15&t=13289

It includes the same line as the UMS BDP-93 config file:

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UserAgentSearch=OPPO PLAYER
SapoMalo comments in the post, “the USERAGENT string, OPPO PLAYER is used since the latest 2 firmwares, if i am not wrong, (this has changed also for having a different string from the OPPO 93 or 95 on a dlna), so your firmware should also be one of the latest”

If that’s not the issue, I did notice the BDP-83 config in UMS does not break by row when viewed in Notepad, while the BDP-93 config does.

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Re: Oppo Blu-ray Players

Post by tmittleider » Wed Jun 13, 2012 8:42 am

There's another config with explanation here:http://www.avsforum.com/t/1215071/oppo- ... t_19994498

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Re: Oppo Blu-ray Players

Post by SubJunk » Wed Jun 13, 2012 3:23 pm

OPPO should really get better with their user agents.
tmittleider wrote:I recently upgraded to a buffalo wireless AC router/bridge and
  • get ~250 Mb/s sustained transfers from my desktop PC (gigabit to router) to clients on my wireless bridge (i.e., gigabit to laptop). I assume network bandwidth is not an issue.
  • I can successfully play a 40 Mb/s MKV stored on my PC through the bridge hardwired to my laptop.
  • I can successfully play the same file on a USB drive directly connected to the 83.
  • I can't stream the file from my PC to the 83 via the bridge - it starts, stutters, stops, and then plays the next file in the folder.
Monitoring the network on my PC, it looks like it tops at ~25-30 Mb/s while trying to stream to the 83, though I get 10x that bandwidth on transfers to gigabit clients. Similar results with UMS and oShare. Unfortunately I don’t have another client to test MKV streaming… thoughts?
Can you attach your debug.log so I can troubleshoot this?

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Re: Oppo Blu-ray Players

Post by SubJunk » Thu Jun 14, 2012 6:06 pm

On the General Configuration tab try setting "Maximum bandwidth" to 0 and see if that helps with playback

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Re: Oppo Blu-ray Players

Post by tmittleider » Sat Jun 16, 2012 9:22 am

Tried again, both before and after setting "Maximum bandwidth" to 0 - same result. debug.log from latest attempt (after setting bandwidth to 0, saving, quitting, and restarting) is attached.
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