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Progressive Playback Issues in LG 390 & 370

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gyanendra135
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Hi,
I am facing progressive playback issue in LG 390 & 370. Basically when I am downloading and playing video progressively; sometimes vedio getting paused or skipped automatically. Pausing and skipping is happening in middle of downloaded m2ts.
Same code is working in all players except these two players.
Please let me know if any one already got this issue and have fix.

Thanks,
Gyanendra

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namsukpark
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Hi Gyanendra,
I guess the LG box's reading speed is slower than others (or SD memory)
Why dont you try it with low bitrate video stream...if the LG box uses SD memory then change it.
I hope my answer helps you ^^
Best,
Namsuk

joe_rice
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That's a good point - there are varying levels of read speed allowed for local storage. The level can be obtained from the bluray.localstorage.level system property. (And if on a profile 5 player you can check bluray.localstorage.name to find out if the storage device is SD, USB, or HDD.

The levels are:

-1 - No BUDA (eg a profile 1.0 player)
0 - No storage device
1 - Storage device is attached, with no guaranteed performance
2 - Read speed of at least 16Mbps
3 - Read speed of at least 32Mbps
4 - Read speed of at least 48Mbps
5 - Read speed of at least 64Mbps

Joe

On Nov 23, 2010, at 12:04 AM, forums@java.net wrote:

> Hi Gyanendra,
>
> I guess the LG box's reading speed is slower than others (or SD memory)
>
> Why dont you try it with low bitrate video stream...if the LG box uses SD
> memory then change it.
>
> I hope my answer helps you ^^
>
> Best,
>
> Namsuk
>