Panasonic Blu ray player DMP-BDT100 DLNA certified

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pepponne
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AV Hardware: BD player Panasonic DMP-BDT100eg
router NETGEAR WNDR37AV Upnp server
NAB BUFFALO HD-PXTU2

Panasonic Blu ray player DMP-BDT100 DLNA certified

Post by pepponne » Sun May 01, 2011 6:19 pm

I have a USB drive Buffalo 1T0 connected on the USB port of the router. Files stored can be read via my PC by ReadyShare.
I have a Blu Ray player PANASONIC DMP BDT100eg connected in WIFI (5MGHz) to the router. On the player I can display the multimedia files recorded on the NAS via the server DLNA of the router. When I select a Video file for reading I get the error message “Cannot read “.
The Client Twonky sees Multimedia files stored on my NAS but I get the same result as my Blu Ray player “impossible to read this element... “
When i select the twonky server on BD player, i can display directories and media files but i get the same error message "cannot read"

My configuration:
RouterWNDR37AV: firmware 1.0.7.98
Blu Ray reader PANASONIC: DMP-DT100eg up to date with the last one Firmware
PC under WINOWS XP pro
USB drive Buffalo 1T HD-PXTU2

:evil: Is somebody could help me?

Panasonic specifications
File format DivX
Extension* Files must have the extension “.DIVX”,
“.divx”, “.AVI” or “.avi”
Picture
resolution Up to 1920k1080 pixels
Reference
≥ DivX certified to play DivX video up to
HD 1080p, including premium content.
Video
– Number of streams: Up to 1
– Codec*: MPEG-4 SP (Simple Profile),
MPEG-4 ASP (Advanced Simple
Profile)
– FPS (Frame Per Second)*: Up to
60 fps
Audio
– Number of streams: Up to 8
– Format*: MP3, MPEG, Dolby Digital
– Multi channel: Dolby Digital is
possible. MPEG multi is 2 ch
conversion.
≥ GMC (Global Motion Compensation) is
not supported.
* The following (DivX Plus HD) is added to the left DivX
specification.
Extension : “.MKV” or “.mkv”
Video Codec: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
FPS (Frame Per Second):
From 320k240 to 1920k1080: 30 fps
Specifically at 1280k720: 60 fps
Audio Format: MP3, MPEG, Dolby Digital, AAC
≥ This unit supports DivX files less than 4 GB in a USB
device.

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