I hardly believe that XBox 360 understand anything else than their own microsoft specific profiles.
Most DLNA servers which are XBox compliant (not vice versa as it's a microsoft product) transcode their contents to deliver it to
the XBox. Try it with another MPEG-TS in Fuppes. If it works, it will probably work with VDR files and the UPnP-Plugin as well.
However, as far as I know, XBox only supports WMA, WMV-9, maybe WMV-10 (a.k.a VC-1), in your case DivX, and MP4, but no
MPEG-TS. I found some information on the fuppes wiki: http://bit.ly/dmWyYQ
You may transcode them to H.264 m...@3.1, which should run almost in realtime without major loss of quality. Transcoding always
consumes lot of CPU power, so another solution might be better - another firmware or device?!
Theunis Potgieter schrieb:
Can't help you on fuppes.
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