Problems streaming .TS files to PS3 Twonky 4.4.4

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ahphoto
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Problems streaming .TS files to PS3 Twonky 4.4.4

Post by ahphoto » Mon Jun 16, 2008 1:28 pm

Hi Everybody,

I am just wondering if anybody is having the same problem as myself. I have a QNAP TS-209 NAS device running Twonky 4.4.4 and I am have problems streaming .TS files from the NAS to the PS3. My old NAS device was a linksys NAS200 running the beta firmware v3.4R71 which had a version of Twonky embedded, I'm not too sure of the version but it was running version 4. something for Twonky. I had no problems streaming .TS on that version. But on the current version 4.4.4 and 4.4.5 I get the message 'Unsupported data' Has anybody got any suggestions of advice?

****Update***** The version of twonky installed in the v3.4R71 beta version of NAS200 apparently is 4.4 beta 4.

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Re: Problems streaming .TS files to PS3 Twonky 4.4.4

Post by PopePhil » Mon Jun 16, 2008 3:27 pm

I've converted my .ts files to DivX, for transferability, and am streaming those (with .mpg extension)

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Re: Problems streaming .TS files to PS3 Twonky 4.4.4

Post by ahphoto » Mon Jun 16, 2008 3:56 pm

hi Phil,

Thank you for your response, I would do the same but some of my films have 100+ .ts files, would take me months to convert. What program do you use to convert files to divx? I have used winavi in the past to convert VOB files to divx but they do not seem to work.

andy

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Re: Problems streaming .TS files to PS3 Twonky 4.4.4

Post by PopePhil » Mon Jun 16, 2008 8:46 pm

I'm using DivX Pro. I figured it was worth the small cost to get the full thing

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