Hopefully, someone from the site admins will notice it soon. Of course it is up to them to feature it or not. However, we don't think many people realize that they could do personal media streaming and live streaming in addition to local media playback with this application and in more formats than its alternatives. And now with the DLNA support coming, we believe it will be a unique offering. We are also always open to suggestions for new features.
Last edited by kalemsoft; 11-21-12 at 05:46 AM.
- 11-21-12, 05:41 AM #227
- 11-21-12, 08:56 AM #231
I am totally impressed with this media player. Remote media work very well.It took me sometime few minutes to configure router but now i can watch my movies over the internet ! quality is actually really good too. I will try it in the office today and see how it works outside of the house. Live streaming is excellent too. So far i only have problem with one movie which is recognized by the app but it does not want to play. Keep up good work. This is totally recommended stuff. buy it.
- CrackBerry Abuser
11-21-12, 09:15 AM #232
- 123 Posts
- 11-21-12, 10:20 AM #234
Just purchased app. I have a WD My Book Live and would like to access it via this app. Is that possible? Does it require the streamer app be installed on my laptop? Will be laptop have to be on all the time in order to access my My Book Live?
- CrackBerry Newbie
11-21-12, 01:01 PM #236
- 2 Posts
Hi, we have 4 playbooks in our house and we wouldn't mind buying this app if it was cheaper (say, $4 for 2 licenses, i.e. $2 each pb). Otherwise, it would be hard to justify paying this over the built-in player. Any chance you'll have it on sale this weekend?
- 11-21-12, 02:17 PM #237
- 11-21-12, 06:14 PM #239
- CrackBerry Newbie
11-21-12, 08:05 PM #240
- 1 Posts
1st time user trying to play local media and getting message:
"The destination file/folder could not be opened . Please make sure the file/folder has read permissions turned on and try again. sometimes a device restart may fix the problem"
Have followed recommendations with no success, anyone with some clues
Tnx in advance
Update: Solved by updating security settings to allow file access
Last edited by MTR123; 11-21-12 at 09:21 PM.
- 11-22-12, 03:51 AM #242
Does KalemSoft Media Player utilise hardware acceleration on the PlayBook, or is it all done entirely in software - for that matter, is the PlayBook's native video player using hardware acceleration, or is that just done in software, too?
- 11-22-12, 08:16 AM #245
Any toughts yet on the following subjects:
1. *.mts support, without the need to change the extention from *.mts to *.mkv
2. Reducing the stuthering from Vids shot with a Sony Camcorders
3. Ran the Bird Test (92MB) yourselfs and optimize your app for this kinda Heavy Content?
- 11-22-12, 09:04 AM #246
Bought the app yesterday and it looks good! Can't wait to take it for a longer test drive.
One request, could you make the seek forward and seek back times independent? I would love to have a 30 second skip forward and a 7 second skip back.
We need sample content for 2. You can contact us for an ftp site information.
Can you please provide a link to this Bird Test video?
- 11-22-12, 03:06 PM #249
3. This link contains the Bird Test I've tried to play within the app: https://www.wetransfer.com/dl/4H1H96...18d61e5683124f
I hope to hear from you soon.
- 11-23-12, 04:31 AM #250
I have noticed lately that after the last few updates, I am getting SERIOUS lagging and stalling...I didn't have that earlier on, and I'm wondering if
anyone else is experiencing this...I have reset everything, checked my router, etc....
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