A couple of years ago (i.e. Dec, 2013!) I stored my trusty DP-H1, as I did not need it. Today, I resurrected it and to my astonishment, it works.
I found that some files (MP4) play video but not audio - is that because the DP-H1 does not support the new MP4 audio codecs?
It has the last firmware update.
Thanks for any info. [I'm looking at getting the latest Beyonwiz...]
mp4 is a container that can take many audio formats. See here for example.
Download the mediainfo program and analyse the files in question to determine what audio format they contain. That should help someone answer your question.
Beyonwiz T2/3/4/U4/V2, DP-S1 PVRs
Denon AVR-X3400h, LG OLED65C7T TV
QNAP TS-410 NAS, Centos File Server (Hosted under KVM)
D-Link&Ubiquiti 1Gbps Managed LAN, Draytek Vigor130/Asus RT-AC86U
Pixel 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 9, iPad 3 Mobile Devices
MPEG AAC Audio (mp4a)
Sample rate: 44100hz
AAC Extension: SBR
I have another file where the audio does play, but it has:
It does not have the AAC extension: SBR but a sample rate of 48000.
I am not at all well versed in this. so any advice would be most gratefully received.
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