Streaming issues with Samsung BD-D5300 Bluray Player

Had a PS3 running through TVersity via wired ethernet, unplugged the PS3
and stuck in a new Samsung BD-D5300 blu-ray player and restarted it and
the computer.

TVeristy picked up the Samsung no problem, the
Samsung shows the server running and I can see the shared files.
However, when I click to play them it says unsupported format. I have
tried setting it always transcode and tried to never transcode and same
issue. Even with MP3s which just about everything can read these days.

I copied the same files to USB, and they work
without a hitch on the Samsung. Any ideas? Samsung can see the
files, the files are compatible when I play them via USB, and the setup
works if I switch back to the PS3. Must be a setting somewhere.

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Try This

Take TVersity off and install Samsung PC share Manager....

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Streaming Issues

Hi ThatGuyDesigns

I have similar issues.
It seems that the Samsung HT and BD players are full of "****" when it comes to the file format.
The manual is not very helpful, neither is there support, if the board is not broken they are useless. They can only support Plug and Pray.... I do not TVersit, i use Linux and MiniDLnA.

Note: This post was edited by a forum moderator to edit out profanity. on 06/21/2011 at 4:10 PM PT

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