In order to provide album-based access authority, after logging in to the Multimedia Station as admin/administrator, click Tool icon on the right side to enter the configuration page for album authority. You can view, create, delete user and edit user’s album access authority here.
- Make sure you have enabled the Telnet or SSH on your Turbo NAS.
- Use Putty to SSH to the Turbo NAS. (It runs at port 22); Or you can also Telnet to your Turbo NAS.
ex: type “cmd” in the start menu, type in “telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 13131”
- Use administrator account to log in. (admin:admin as example)
- Type in the command: “cd /mnt/HDA_ROOT/twonkymedia”. You will enter the path.
- Type in “ls”, you should see the files in the folder. You should be able to find the file.
- Type in “rm twonkyvision-mediaserver.ini” or “rm twonkyvision-mediaserver6.ini”.
- Restart the server. (Go to web admin page, go to Network Services -> Multimedia Station, Disable the “Enable UPnP MediaServer” and then re-enable it.
Please first update the firmware to 3.5.1 or later with which TwonkyMedia Server has been updated to v6.
For .avi/.divx files, TwonkyMedia server checks if a file with the same name but with one of the following extensions (.srt/.sub/.txt/.smi/.ssa/.psb/.ass) exists in the same directory.
File name comparison is case insensitive. Therefore the files “file1.avi” and “FILE1.SRT” are considered matching.
If multiple subtitle/caption files are available for a video item, the server will include only one of the subtitle/caption files in the <res> element. Which subtitle/caption files to be include depends on the order of entries in the file system directory structure, therefore it is undefined – as a user in general only wants to see one language in subtitles, this is not a real issue.
Enter chrome://flags/#enable-npapi, enable NPAPI, and restart Chrome.
After restarting Chrome, go to chrome://plugins and check if the VLC Web Plugin is enabled.
- Ensure that your TV and TAS-168/268 are not muted.
- Go to Android “Setting” > “Sound” and check if HDMI output is “Auto” or not. If it is set to “RAW” without being connected to a receiver, there will be no sound as there is no external decoder.