uberkenny 2011-01-09 17:26:32 UTC #4 I'm having the exact same problem in Canada. How do I enable it. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ric752 2010-01-08 00:41:44 UTC #12 I have the same problem. Todos los derechos reservados. I would stick to the composite input, at least to get the thing working. weblink
WDs publicity dept probably does not know that we exist. Los costos de importación cotizados anteriormente están sujetos a cambios si aumentas el monto de la oferta máxima. Any more ideas ? bwatkins 2009-12-19 13:58:39 UTC #6 Sorry, should have said that component gives split screen and composite gives no output at all. https://community.wd.com/t/wd-tv-live-component-doesnt-work-properly-at-all-any-fix-yet/33311
No se garantizan la accesibilidad ni la precisión de la traducción proporcionada. Más informaciónsobre la opcion Oferta con un clic - se abre en una nueva ventana o pestaña día hora min sec días horas min sec (aproximadamente ##1##) Oferta ganadora: Oferta inicial: Screen just stays black. I get a Vertically Split screen when I try to use it with my TV.
Esta subasta ya casi termina y eres el máximo postor. I returned one WDTV Live box to the store and got another one. I cant test this here, so Im not certain if this can be the problem. Tu oferta fue superada.
All Rights Reserved. Las ofertas máximas no se pueden rebajar una vez enviadas. Logged October 25, 2009, 11:54:07 AMReply #2 jayallan Administrator Hero Member Offline 1172 Re: WDTV Live woes: or how to get 1080p over COMPONENT swartz,You wrote a very informative post here. https://community.wd.com/t/wdtv-live-component-video-problem/30205 If you hold the button in for 10 seconds or more you change the player from US (NTSC) to Europe (PAL) video format. If you live in US, you changed it to
I also flipped the old Xbox on and its working perfectly fine. Not cool As far as the 1080p issue. so only "p" and no "i" I wonder if they meant that the unit will support 480i by using composite connection only... At the present the WDTV Live anyways I can see that the colors are much better in the component but then it is a vertically split screen ..
If your widescreen CRT TV does not support WSS as mine doesn't, 4:3 videos may display with incorrect aspect ratio. http://support.wdc.com/knowledgebase/answer.aspx?ID=3861 If you boot up your WDTV Live with a USB drive connected, it will create a file named EDID.bin in the .wd_tv folder in the root of your drive. The minijack cables that WD TV Media Players use have different pinouts than the cables available at certain stores, such as Radioshack. Just be aware that all products of this type come with limitations.
You know as well as I do (you say as much in the first post of this thread) that Hollywood frowns upon unprotected 1080p.It may even very well be against licensing have a peek at these guys If you go to the setup page for video you can change it directly without resorting to the reset switch, you should be able to see it even with your current Like HDMI/HDCP ever stopped anyone really serious about pirating content.All this protection nonsense only prevents legit consumers (like myself) from enjoying their products.See official WD knowledge base answer ID 3798 for It may even very well be against licensing agreements that WD has.
The TV component input works perfectly with every other component device I have (DVD, digital set top box) ... BAM! 1080p over component, something WD says is not supported.11. Edit: Sorry if that response comes off as snarky - not intended!!! check over here I have no idea where you'd find compatible cables in stores.
This should changed the system output from NTSC to PAL or vice versa. Try also pressing the side paperclip button for a seconds with unit on, this should reset the WDTV For testing purposes, composite video can be input into the TV's component (green) input , a picture should be displayed with no colour. You know as well as I do (you say as much in the first post of this thread) that Hollywood frowns upon unprotected 1080p. But, it is very rare to have anyone need this feature of course since 99.99% percent of all TVs that support 1080p have not only an HDMI (which WD fully supports)
Now go to A/V setting again and select HDMI (yes now go to HDMI even tho HDMI might not be connected)8. so only "p" and no "i" I wonder if they meant that the unit will support 480i by using composite connection only... Ingresa un monto superior al de la oferta actual. http://stickersweb.com/wd-tv/wd-tv-live-plus-remote-not-working.php They claim it supports this in the manual whereas in reality it does not.
It got fixed under Warranty, luckily.