04-29-2010 02:44 PM
I'm enjoying my FAT+ so far, and while it decodes most of my video with no trouble at all, it does seem to have a problem with a series of AVI files that I had made a number of years ago. The AVIs play audio and video, but the video has a dramatic red bleeding all over the screen, usually in a blobs in a gridlike pattern that get worse and diminish.
I don't recall what codec I had used, but it was probably a DivX codec or derivative.
I could re-rip all of these, but that would be such a pain. Any thoughts?
04-29-2010 06:21 PM
It's hard to say what might be your problem with out having a little more info.
What did you use to convert the video's?
What is the codec of the AVI? You can find it by downloading VLC Player, then play the video with it and right click on the player, scroll down to "Interface", then click on "Codec Information".
What firmware version do you have on your FAT+?
Are you streaming the video's or are they on a hard drive connected to your FAT+?
If you are streaming, are you doing it via a media server (what media server?) or by browsing your network folders?