I’m having the following problem:
Using Ubuntu 9.10/mediatomb for streaming photos/videos/music, everything works fine EXCEPT the photo-viewing feature:
Although the photos’ size and dimensions are correctly displayed in the info-bar, the picture itself is too small (centered on screen) and of a poor quality.
After searching the web I found out that the WD-box obviously can’t cope with the preview-thumbnails that are presented by mediatomb.
A strange mix occurs: the photos’ data is displayed correctly while the picture itself seems to be the provided thumbnail.
Using upnp-inspector for viewing what data is provided by mediatomb I saw that additionally to the photo itself a thumbnail is provided, too. I examined my mediatomb-database to find out that there are “two” entries in the “resources”-field for each picture, separated by the standard-field-separator (an example):
I guess the first entry is the picture itself and the second one the thumbnail.
() Does anybody know a solution to this problem?
() Is there a good-working and easy-handled alternative to mediatomb?
The best solution for me would be if WD fixes my problem with the next firmware-release