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miniDLNA <- There is your problem most likely. (Parents have a Panasonic that works just fine with their media server)

DLNA is a crappy rather loose standard that sounds good in theory but is really poorly implemented. File formats are definitely a big issue because not all files are created the same. Rather than explain it fully just take a look at this from wikipedia:
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MPEG-4 is still a developing standard and is divided into a number of parts. Companies promoting MPEG-4 compatibility do not always clearly state which "part" level compatibility they are referring to. The key parts to be aware of are MPEG-4 part 2 (including Advanced Simple Profile, used by codecs such as DivX, Xvid, Nero Digital and 3ivx and by QuickTime 6) and MPEG-4 part 10 (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 or Advanced Video Coding, used by the x264 encoder, by Nero Digital AVC, by QuickTime 7, and by high-definition video media like Blu-ray Disc).

This is a situation where even if your TV says it is compatible it refers to the file extension not the media itself. Plus the only required video format to be DLNA certified for home use is the MPEG-2. It is not just what the file is and how it was made but further than that is how it is served (as in data transmission). I've ran into the same thing you are experiencing quite a few times with streaming to my Rokus and tablets. Panasonic is probably not lying when they say they support a format but it only has to match to a file extension to get DLNA certified without regards to any more technical aspects.

Check out the 5th comment down here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/minidlna/ and you will see this is quite normal and 95% of the time it is the DLNA server itself. miniDLNA also has crappy transcoding abilities so that is another problem.

I really recommend trying something else. Take a look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_UPnP_AV_media_servers to find what works best for you. Myself I prefer to use Universal Media Server (http://www.universalmediaserver.com/) I won't comment on the customer service issue because that would be my opinion which is a bit useless to argue.
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Even in the last post I pointed out that other servers create similar issues, and that the file types are compatible. The latter includes encoding within the mp4 wrapper as required by DLNA and Panasonic. The fifth comment down also does not state what you said, not that it matters given the above. Again, the firmware exhibits issues even without DLNA.
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Ok I have read this thread 3 times at least. Take it from personal experience that the problems you are having are directly related to your server. My parents have the same model as yours and had the same issues until I found a better server and reformatted the metadata for both the server and USB. You keep saying other devices work so my TV should. That is not the case though. The only server you have said you have used is miniDLNA which is a bad server. The metadata issues you have are not firmware related it is how that data is relayed by the server. To get this to work requires correct file formats AND proper serving. Panasonic will say they support the mp4 format which is true but there are multiple ways that mp4 could be formed and transmitted by the server software. This applies to all media including FLAC.

Bad metadata readings are not the TVs fault since there is no such thing as standards so unless it is done exactly as Panasonic says then it will not work. Using a USB or SD card is even more problematic due to the fact you won't have the metadata formatted correctly. Your problems fast forwarding and rewinding are again related to how the media is presented. It very well could be in spec according to Panasonic but if it isn't presented correctly it won't work.

A number of people in this forum have experiences similar to yours and we are trying to tell you how you might fix it. I can't however explain the buzzing sound and as for customer service I agree with you for the most part, you should not be ignored. I'm just trying to attempt to help you so no need to be abrasive towards me.
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blah blah blah
If you wanted people to actually care about what you have to say; you shouldn't have titled the thread the way you did.
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Ok I have read this thread 3 times at least. Take it from personal experience that the problems you are having are directly related to your server.
The links you provided do not support what you are saying, and if you want to tell me something that goes against what I am experiencing then you need to explain more thoroughly why.
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My parents have the same model as yours and had the same issues until I found a better server and reformatted the metadata for both the server and USB. You keep saying other devices work so my TV should. That is not the case though.
But that is precisely how it should work! If Panasonic chooses to make something work differently that doesn't excuse them. You are going to have to show me how metadata is done in a non-standard way such that Panasonic magically cannot read it but literally everything else can. That doesn't make sense. And even if that were the case, then they should suggest how to make it work! They do not and have not. If that were the problem why have they not told me how to fix it? Why have they not told me my files do not have proper metadata? They've taken the files I sent them and given me no feedback on them being wrong with regards to any facet of the file, including encoding and metadata. Regardless, if it works for every other device, then Panasonic has to be doing something different, whether it be out of sheer negligence (more probable) or ignorance, that makes it not as compatible as it should be. See below for clarification on what exactly the issues with metadata are in case I have unintentionally clouded the issue previously.
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The only server you have said you have used is miniDLNA which is a bad server.
...that is not what I've said.
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The metadata issues you have are not firmware related it is how that data is relayed by the server.
To make it clear, the metadata issue with DLNA is erroneous information added by the TV (or magically only displayed by the TV and no other device). The metadata issue with USB or an SD card is no information at all for FLAC files. That may not have been made as clear as everything else has been. See above.
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To get this to work requires correct file formats AND proper serving. Panasonic will say they support the mp4 format which is true but there are multiple ways that mp4 could be formed and transmitted by the server software. This applies to all media including FLAC.

Bad metadata readings are not the TVs fault since there is no such thing as standards so unless it is done exactly as Panasonic says then it will not work. Using a USB or SD card is even more problematic due to the fact you won't have the metadata formatted correctly.
In regards to there being no standard, then no device would know how to read the metadata, including Windows, which is clearly not the case. See above. If you can find somewhere Panasonic actually states what to use then please point me there. Their support personnel are too incompetent to operate a touch tone phone or keyboard so they've given no answers.
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Your problems fast forwarding and rewinding are again related to how the media is presented. It very well could be in spec according to Panasonic but if it isn't presented correctly it won't work.
You need to elaborate on what you mean by "properly presented". Keep in mind that this happens regardless of server.
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A number of people in this forum have experiences similar to yours and we are trying to tell you how you might fix it.
You have not made any suggestion other than something I've already done (try other servers). The rest of your explanation is too vague as stated to be of help, so you will need to elaborate. I have not neglected any post with a valid suggestion.
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I'm just trying to attempt to help you so no need to be abrasive towards me.
I have not been abrasive towards you.

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blah blah blah
No.
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Please find and quote yourself in a unedited post in this thread where you mention another DLNA server by name. I think you'll find that the only post you mention what specific DLNA server you are using is 130. I'm not trying to be rude but until you admit you haven't mentioned another DLNA server then I'm not going to offer any solutions to your problems.

There are no metadata standards for this type of digital media. There are norms but there is not a governing body telling anyone how it should be done. Do you know how to edit a media ID tag, like the id3 tags for mp3's? Have you never seen this before? It happens all the time for me with my stuff. One device works perfectly the other does not. There is even differences between editable fields between programs. Go try it in iTunes then do it in WMP. iTunes has always allowed me to see more fields to edit.

Unfortunately I can't offer you proof aside from my word about the metadata issue. I wasn't getting help from Panasonic either so I can empathize somewhat. I stumbled across a post on AVS forums that got me pointed in the right direction. Instead of saying no that is not the problem why not say humm... perhaps they are on to something I will give it a try. What can it hurt? If it doesn't work then you've wasted a couple minutes and you can tell us if it changed anything and we can move on to another solution.

Now the no metadata issue with FLAC is admittedly strange to me. I have not had that happen before. I've always gotten something out of it, even if it was nonsense.
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Edited posts have a time stamp, so suggesting I would edit a post to add that information (the only reason to ask for an unedited post) is overzealous when it would show a time stamp after your post. I even mentioned using other servers in my penultimate post prior to this one, so I'm not sure why it's difficult to find. The only reason I tried other servers was to see if the TV behaved the same way when manipulating the video files during playback. Since it does, then there is no reason to change the server from the one I am currently using (the miniDLNA one) since that is the only one I can run remotely and access remotely, and without my PC running. I can deal with extra erroneous metadata because of the those features.

As stated, the DLNA server metadata issue is additional erroneous information, but only the TV adds that information. If it is the server, why does only the TV display that extra information? Why does it not manipulate files correctly during playback regardless of the server used? What do you mean by "properly presented" and why is the TV the only device to need special treatment? (I should note that if the TV does need special treatment, that still deserves ire.) You cannot claim I am not looking into the subject when you are effecitvely telling me at best that there is a solution in a book in an aisle in the library, and when I look in that aisle I see that the book synopses don't match what I am experiencing. There is no specificity or explanation to what you are telling me, so I'm not about to go read every book in that aisle. If there are articles for me to read to better understand then please link them to me, as I am apparently not understanding something fundamental here - and if that is the case, then I am sorry for my ignorance.
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stargate125645 your thread has consistently had visitors that are happy with Panasonic, Understand DNLA is crappy, Understand that like any company from time to time there becomes a situation where the TV (limited compared with a HTPC) can't cut the clean line to perfection with streaming, and has also had people who have tried to help with similar if not same issues.

Bad customer service is one thing but to trash a whole company is another, of course the bad customer service may not of been bad at all given your typical responses in this thread? So all we are left with is your bitter taste of defeat?

I cant work out if your intelligent or just arrogant

just get over it for your own sake redface.gif
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I just hook up my PC via HDMI to my Panny Plasma to stream my media, works like a charm,.....thumb.gif
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stargate125645 your thread has consistently had visitors that are happy with Panasonic, Understand DNLA is crappy, Understand that like any company from time to time there becomes a situation where the TV (limited compared with a HTPC) can't cut the clean line to perfection with streaming, and has also had people who have tried to help with similar if not same issues.

Bad customer service is one thing but to trash a whole company is another, of course the bad customer service may not of been bad at all given your typical responses in this thread? So all we are left with is your bitter taste of defeat?

I cant work out if your intelligent or just arrogant

just get over it for your own sake redface.gif
What aggravates me is people posting without reading or use faulty logic. You can't make your statements if you don't read what I wrote, or take someone saying something as useless as "the picture quality as great" meaning that Panasonic is awesome and the rest doesn't matter.

Edit: Also, you posting what you did is the childhood equivalent of calling someone a name when saying you will give them the last word, so that doesn't help my attitude in response, either.
Edited by stargate125645 - 6/4/13 at 8:13am
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