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Windows 7: Can Android's user run any video files on laptop via Bluetoo pairing ?

27 Jan 2015   #51
strollin

W10 Pro desktop, W10 laptop, W10 laptop, W10 Pro tablet (all 64-bit)
 
 

I can confirm that I used AnDLNA to locate an FLV file on my DLNA server and then selected MX Player as the player and watched the video on my phone. I did not copy the video to my phone.

Google your phone, go to the phone's mfr's website and you should be able to determine which cpu is in your phone.


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27 Jan 2015   #52
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by strollin View Post
I can confirm that I used AnDLNA to locate an FLV file on my DLNA server and then selected MX Player as the player and watched the video on my phone. I did not copy the video to my phone.

Google your phone, go to the phone's mfr's website and you should be able to determine which cpu is in your phone.
Hmm!. Thank you for your continue repies.

I would be saying that this is most strange thing. Could you confirm these last things for me
  • You use the Windows Media player as DLNA server.
  • You use AnDLNA client V: 1.0
  • You use MX player V1.7.36a(ARMV6 VFP)
  • You checked all these options in MX player under the settings> decode these : +H/W(Local), + H/W(Network), - H/W. I checked all these options.
  • You checked all extensions of video files available at MX player under in the settings> video codes......, I checked all of them.
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02 Feb 2015   #53
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Strollin, could you please confirm for me those points posted previously?
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09 Feb 2015   #54
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Could you please reply to my finl post?
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10 Feb 2015   #55
strollin

W10 Pro desktop, W10 laptop, W10 laptop, W10 Pro tablet (all 64-bit)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hadramawt View Post
Hmm!. Thank you for your continue repies.

I would be saying that this is most strange thing. Could you confirm these last things for me
  • You use the Windows Media player as DLNA server.
  • You use AnDLNA client V: 1.0
  • You use MX player V1.7.36a(ARMV6 VFP)
  • You checked all these options in MX player under the settings> decode these : +H/W(Local), + H/W(Network), - H/W. I checked all these options.
  • You checked all extensions of video files available at MX player under in the settings> video codes......, I checked all of them.
#1 - No
#2 - Yes
#3 - V1.7.37 (ARMv7 NEON)
#4 - Just "H/W+ audio on S/W video" checked
#5 - Don't see settings> video codes in MX player
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10 Feb 2015   #56
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by strollin View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hadramawt View Post
Hmm!. Thank you for your continue repies.



















I would be saying that this is most strange thing. Could you confirm these last things for me
  • You use the Windows Media player as DLNA server.
  • You use AnDLNA client V: 1.0
  • You use MX player V1.7.36a(ARMV6 VFP)
  • You checked all these options in MX player under the settings> decode these : +H/W(Local), + H/W(Network), - H/W. I checked all these options.
  • You checked all extensions of video files available at MX player under in the settings> video codes......, I checked all of them.
#1 - No
#2 - Yes
#3 - V1.7.37 (ARMv7 NEON)
#4 - Just "H/W+ audio on S/W video" checked
#5 - Don't see settings> video codes in MX player

Thank you so much indeed,
First of all: NOTE, when the video files are saved on my phone, then MX player played all Video formats without any exclusion at all.

First: When I said that 'You use the Windows Media player as DLNA server.' I meant from where you get access(watch) your video files(i.e. you used Windows 7 Windows Medial Player as DLNA compliant video server on your laptop, and then you watch the video files on your mobile via AnDLNA client.
As you siad in your very first reply below
Here's a tutorial on how to setup Win 7 Windows Media Player as a DLNA compliant video server: http://www.pcworld.com/article/24588...dows_7_pc.html

Second: I really updated my MX player into V1.7.37, but it was not V1.7.37 (ARMv7 NEON). It is stilll V1.7.37(ARMV6 VFP). Do you think it is realted to the CPU kind of my mobile phone? Yours is ARMV7 NEON, however, mine is ARMV6 VFP, although I update MX into V1.7.37???

Thirdly: Once opened 'Decoder' option, there were three section , one is 'hardware decoder', one is software decoder', the third is 'general'. Each of them have some options. You mean that Just "H/W+ audio on S/W video" checked on both 'hardware decoder, and software decoder'???? ---- I have only let '"H/W+ audio on S/W video" checked' in hardware decoder

Fourthly: I meant with settings> video codes......, , with the following, I opened the MX player, then on the top-right hand side, there were three full-stops(points) each of them was located over the one below(I don't know the word in English indicates about that). When clicking on it, a drop-down menu wouldl be listed with options. Take 'settings', then chosen 'decoder', finally: H/W +Vidoe codecs. ---- I let them as default.

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You checked all extensions of video files available at MX player under in the settings> video codes......, I checked all of them.



Fifthly, when clicking on 'list' option in the third screen shot above, another options show, there is 'file extenstions' option, when chosing it, there are a lot of file extenstions. do you modify anything at it
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Sixthly: When opening some video files which are not FLV, However, there is 'AVI', the video file was played well, however, there was no audio, and I received 'This audio format (AC3) isn't supported.' once that video file opened.

Seventhly: Note when installed K-Lite_Codec_Pack_1095_Basic on my Windows 7 with laptop, then two Windows Media Player were there once when cliking 'right-click' on a video file, and chose 'open with', there were two Windows Media Player shown. Why???( screen shot below)
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Finally: Where Win 7 Windows Media Player as a DLNA compliant video server, could you please confirm whether there is 'WMP Network Svc(Windows 7 Media Player Network Sharing Service (wmpnetwk)) is taken ownership on the folder shared on the library in Windows Media Player. As shown in this screen shot. In my case 'WMP Network Svc' was added on all folder included on the library.
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In conclusion, I am afraid that I messed the MX defult settings? However, even if so, I have clicked on 'reset default settings.
Maybe your mobile phone is different than mine. My mobile phone is Samsung Galaxy Mini GT-S5570I. What brand is your mobile?


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10 Feb 2015   #57
strollin

W10 Pro desktop, W10 laptop, W10 laptop, W10 Pro tablet (all 64-bit)
 
 

This will be my last reply in this thread.

First - I have never said I used Windows Media Player as my DLNA server. I merely told you how YOU could use it

Second - Which version of MX Player you have depends on what cpu you have in your phone.

Third & fourth - Since I do not have the "Use H/W+ Decoder" option checked, I don't have any of those codec options checked.

Fifth - None are selected

Sixth - Have not had issues with video but no audio for any filetype I have played.

Seventh - I have no idea

Conclusion - I have an LG G2 phone
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10 Feb 2015   #58
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by strollin View Post
This will be my last reply in this thread.

First - I have never said I used Windows Media Player as my DLNA server. I merely told you how YOU could use it
Thanks a lot,
I know that you said that would your last reply in this thread

But could you please Strollin, reply to this point to elminate your contradiction here?
You previously said I can confirm that I used AnDLNA to locate an FLV file on my DLNA server and then selected MX Player as the player and watched the video on my phone. I did not copy the video to my phone.

How could you use ANDNA to ocated an FLV on your DLNA server, and then slectected MX player as the player and wathced the video on your phone as long as you never used Windows Media Player as your DLNA server, What was your DLNA server, as opposed to my Windows Media player which is my DLNA server.
You absolutely have two devices, one is LG G2 phone on which AnDLNA client is installed and with it, you located FLV saved on DLNA server. The other device has a DLNA server which have FLV file.
However, I have Smart phone on which AnDLNA installed, and with it I located the FLV files saved on DLNA server which is Windows medial player.

I think the key of this issue is around DLNA server you using is different than Windows Media Player I using it as DLNA server.
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10 Feb 2015   #59
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Could you please reply to me to finis this, and re- marked it as solved.
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10 Feb 2015   #60
strollin

W10 Pro desktop, W10 laptop, W10 laptop, W10 Pro tablet (all 64-bit)
 
 

My NAS has it's own built-in DLNA server.

I assumed you didn't have a NAS but knew you had Windows Media Player which is why I suggested you could use it to do what you wanted. Here is a page that lists 14 free DLNA servers you could try instead: 14 Free Windows Media Server Downloads
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