you can do this from composite with both leads connected. Auto-sensing would be a great feature *> Unfortunately the WD Live does not offer a 480i option in the WDC Support Downloads Knowledge Base Product Registration Warranty Services Contact Ask a Question Contact Support Feedback Other Sites MyCloud.com Online Learning Center CONNECT WD Blog © 2016 Western Digital Technologies, Inc. I can tell you first hand that the tech guys are sticking their necks out just contributing to this board. Any input much appreciated. http://nadrp.com/wd-tv/wd-tv-live-hub-fan-not-working.html
Just be aware that all products of this type come with limitations. As a workaround In my tv there is a VGA entry and a scart RGB entry. Maybe it is possible to use a cable to convert the component to VGA RGB You are connecting the yellow plug on the WD supplied composite lead to the video input of your TV's. More likely it is against their manufacturing agreements. https://community.wd.com/t/wd-tv-live-component-doesnt-work-properly-at-all-any-fix-yet/33311
Logged Print Pages:  2 « previous next » WDTV Forum - WDTV Media Player » WDTV LIVE Groups » WDTV LIVE - General Discussion » WDTV Live woes: or how Heard plenty of god reviews about the original WDTV and the hacked firmware appeal.But I wanted network right out of the box. 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 I have two TVs, one a new digital Sony Bravia with HDMI, the other an old Sony Triniton Wega (flat screen but still CRT) circa 2001 that only has Component and
My HDTV works with Bluray player and laptop over HDMI, but not WDTV Live. Now I have to figure out how to get my NAS drive to show up with all of the files. However, the second set was exactly what I needed to know. I didn't know that the composite minijack would even work in the component port. ( I don't think WD wants and the less limitations they have, the bigger the price tag.
Logged November 17, 2009, 09:13:26 PMReply #13 jayallan Administrator Hero Member Offline 1172 Re: WDTV Live woes: or how to get 1080p over COMPONENT Swartz,I agree with you that it is you can do this from composite with both leads connected. Maybe if the player is set to HDMI, component will be disabled. Both composite lead come with the WDTV from amazon.
It sounds to me like your TV doesn't support 480p+. What can we do now? richUK 2010-12-28 21:14:55 UTC #2 You are sure that you are using the composite lead that came with the WDTV? No Network set up yet. Continúa ofertando si la página no se actualiza inmediatamente.
Not cool As far as the 1080p issue. http://support.wdc.com/knowledgebase/answer.aspx?ID=3861 I took it home, hooked it up using the AV Out plug and the supplied cable and got a "snowy" rolling black and white image. ( http://i246.photobucket.com/albums/gg84/VSUReaper/misc%20pics/photo1_zps8bb1e962.jpg) Thinking that I had I tried to reply to an existing thread, but the forum wouldn't let me (quite an old thread anyway) http://community.wdc.com/t5/General-Discussions/WDTV-Live-Component-Video-Problem/m-p/1321/highlight/true#M681 Please help!! Cheers. Have you tried pestering WD Support Contacta al vendedor(se abre en una ventana o pestaña nueva) para solicitarle un método de envío a tu ubicación.
We checked on 6 TV (2 at his home, 3 at mine, 1 at another friend), 2 different WDTV Live (both latest firmware) and 2 different cable (mini to composite / http://nadrp.com/wd-tv/wd-tv-live-wireless-not-working.html In case the answer did not answer your question, you can always visit the WD Community for help from WD users. the one supplied is too short. He has an older TV without HDMI.
If you can provide this file and tell me what model TV you own, it might be possible to fix this. While 1080p does not exhibit this interlaced line effect.There is one limitation however:WDTV Live does not save this setting properly when powered down.So if you turn your WDTV Live off or But you purposely disabled it.You bunch of cowards.I'm returning the two WDTV Live boxes back to the store. http://nadrp.com/wd-tv/wd-tv-live-not-working.html Los plazos de entrega pueden variar, especialmente en épocas de mucha actividad.
But why don't they outright come out and say why it won't work. So its not broken per se. 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)
Bulliwyfthetank 2013-04-13 05:44:48 UTC #5 @ Tony I dont have the big fancy one with the extra ports (assuming there are extra ones) - just a USB, power, HDMI, and the There are 3 versions and the #2 is what you would need. I discovered what I think is a bug. Logged WDTV LIVE with current official FW > HDMI > DVDO > Sony CRT Projector 150" 16/9 screen.
Solicita más información a las autoridades aduaneras de tu país o visita la página de eBay sobre comercio internacional. For whatever reason (hollywood interests prolly) WDTV Live officially does not support 1080p over composite cables.Coz' you know that's like unprotected hi-def video and all... First are you plugging the supplied lead into the correct jack on the back of the WDTV and is it pushed all the way in.. http://nadrp.com/wd-tv/wd-tv-live-plus-remote-not-working.html Si otro postor oferta US $31, ofertaremos un monto máximo de US $30 por ti.
You must use the leads supplied by WD. But you already know this and are the one who brought this to their attention. I had a similar problem a year ago when I just got my WDTV. Where should I be directing my enquiry?