11-21-2010 #971deank Guest
It won't change folder names when you play an AVCHD from your INTERNAL HDD.
11-21-2010 #972sparhawk110 Guest
The overscan on the fly option is just amazing. Its PERFECT. Thank you. Your Manager just keeps getting better and better. Tested everything I could, overscan, host, all modes, remote play, etc. All seem good from my end with my system. I am so very pleased with how this manager has been progressing.
And guys I wanted to make special note of the fact that even though Dean hasnt been able to reproduce all our errors on his end everytime. He is extremely quick to try to find a solution anyway, even when he might think we are doing something wrong on our end. It shows a level of dedication to his craft that many lack imo.
11-21-2010 #973deank Guest
And about 'thinking "you-users" doing something wrong' - have in mind that I'm just me with one PS3 and my tests as a single user. You're all out there (like thousands) and I can't reproduce all scenarios, so it is easy to assume I'm right, because my config didn't change. Of course that's not the case all the time as we already witnessed.
Thanks for the cheer-up!
11-21-2010 #974michaelstone Guest
what file types can i use with the nethost?
11-21-2010 #975denazgull Guest
You are the best support service ever! You must had worked in a call center before.
11-21-2010 #976facepalmer Guest
About MKV support: I pressed X on a MKV video file (using the new, great nethost feature) in the multiMAN File Manager, but it didn't ask me if I want to convert it to AVCHD!
It just started copying it to the internal HDD. What am I doing wrong?
By the way, I LOVE THIS MANAGER!!! Been using it since it came out
11-22-2010 #977deank Guest
It can't convert mkv to avchd. And if you press [X] nothing will happen. If you press [O] then it will copy it.
11-22-2010 #978facepalmer Guest
If you are wondering why I even asked about it...
About MKV support... I think of something fast:
With the nethost support it is possible when you press [X] on a MKV from a NETHOST folder, multiMAN to ask you if you want to convert it to AVCHD and transfer it to your HDD.
So if you click [x] and agree, the hostpc will convert it to AVCHD and will initiate filetransfer to your PS3 and then you'll be able to play it (including subtitles).
11-22-2010 #979deank Guest
11-22-2010 #980jensen76 Guest
deanrr, great manager but how do you get it so schou the ps2 games?
i have the 60gb whit 4 usb ports.can i rip my ps2 games and play them with your loader? and if yes what do i need??