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C-Series DLNA How to jump to a given time?

by snoofer42 / November 13, 2010 9:20 PM PST

Is it possible to jump to a given time when using DLNA?
If you play via usb there is at least a "chapter" view. However this view does not exists in the DLNA mode.

The problem is when I had stop watching a movie in the middle of the time and like to continue? How to do this?? Via usb playback there is a "resume" via the blue button. But not when using DLNA.

Thanks.

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don't work
by Diligent1 / November 13, 2010 11:13 PM PST

It don't work over dlna. It's annoying. There are alot of things they need to fix with firmware updates, if it's even possible. There is not much control over videos in dlna at all. You pretty much have to sit through the whole movie if you don't want to have to come back later and screw around trying to find out where you left off. You can pause it but after a little while of the screen saver being on, my BD player (BD-C6500) powers off automatically. I wish it wouldn't do that. There's no reason to force a shutdown. If I want it to turn off, I can shut it off myself. There is no option to stop it from doing that either. Many many bugs to be worked out on all these devices. Samsung, give us some control over our own devices, Please!

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Really?
by snoofer42 / November 14, 2010 4:31 PM PST
In reply to: don't work

***? Such a simple function does not exists?
That's very poor software design...
Even the simplest open source PC DLNA Client supports this. It can't be so hard to add this.
And it would be better to add the simple, missing functions than add more 3d stuff. First do the basics then do the advanced stuff. Come on Samsung!

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