24 fps pass through?

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miltmobley
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24 fps pass through?

Post by miltmobley » Tue Jan 08, 2019 6:21 pm

My LG 4K TV and Sony BluRay player are both DLNA compliant. The Sony can upscale video to 2160p very nicely as long as the video is 1080p at 24 fps.
Can your server pass through such files without converting them to 30 fps?

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Re: 24 fps pass through?

Post by atamariya » Tue Jan 08, 2019 10:48 pm

If the renderer can handle the media natively, server serves the media as is - there's no decoding or transcoding involved.

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Re: 24 fps pass through?

Post by miltmobley » Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:26 am

In the case where I use the bluray player as the dlna client, do you expect it would pass the edid info from the tv to your server?
Or that it would pass info indicating its own playable resolutions?

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Re: 24 fps pass through?

Post by atamariya » Wed Jan 09, 2019 4:42 pm

If blueray player is the client, by default, UMS will use blueray player's capabilities. Though it's possible to force other client configuration, that might cause other issues.

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