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Post 1 made on Tuesday November 3, 2015 at 13:05
bibi-12
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Hello

I'm looking for a script that allows to control Bluray Player Oppo 103EU or just documentation about Oppo remote protocol.

Can anyone help me ?

Thanks

Last edited by bibi-12 on November 3, 2015 14:39.
Post 2 made on Thursday November 5, 2015 at 23:20
cosmicvoid
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Look on the Oppo site:
[Link: oppodigital.com]

and download the code files:
[Link: download.oppodigital.com]
[Link: download.oppodigital.com]
Post 3 made on Friday November 6, 2015 at 00:00
Lyndel McGee
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Cosmic,

Links are much appreciated. Not sure if you noticed that the subject states 'IP' control.
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Post 4 made on Monday November 9, 2015 at 20:37
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On November 6, 2015 at 00:00, Lyndel McGee said...
Cosmic,

Links are much appreciated. Not sure if you noticed that the subject states 'IP' control.

I did notice... I was responding to the "or just documentation about Oppo remote protocol.", since I didn't see any IP control info.
Post 5 made on Monday November 9, 2015 at 22:50
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I was hoping they would open up the protocol.

My understanding is that others have dug in and figured it out. One good way of doing this is if you have an old Ethernet Hub, put the Oppo and a PC on it, use Ipad to control, and the Wireshark what you see on the PC.
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Post 6 made on Monday November 9, 2015 at 22:51
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FYI, there is a good alternative way to gain IP control. Pay a few $$$ for a GlobaCache GC100 and use the TCP/IP to serial conversion that provides.

I've actually been thinking about buying a 105D. But I am finding it hard to justify the cost just for a BD player. My Sony BDP N460 works just fine from what I can tell. Not sure the Oppo will be that much better of a picture. I would like feedback from others here. The only other reason to buy an Oppo would be for the benefit of SACD or DVD-Audio which my Dune handles the FLAC rips just fine.
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Post 7 made on Monday November 9, 2015 at 22:57
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This is an interesting read and is likely exactly what everyone wants...

[Link: stackoverflow.com]

Which leads you to a link here.

[Link: onedrive.live.com]

Another intersting read that seems to correlate the discover port but contradict the other port.

[Link: irule.desk.com]

The Irule article is spot on in that I would recommend a gateway as it would appear that the signon is likely required with every stream of commands one would send.

As stated, I don't have a BDP-10X to test with but if I did, I'd love to try this out.

Lyndel

Last edited by Lyndel McGee on November 9, 2015 23:16.
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OP | Post 8 made on Tuesday November 10, 2015 at 08:00
bibi-12
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oppo 103 is a great player (the best image I've ever seen). The cost is realy justify.

I will take a look at all the links posted

Thanks
Post 9 made on Tuesday November 10, 2015 at 20:32
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Bibi-12,

If you are not a hard-core programmer and familiar with UDP, I would recommend going the Global Cache route as it will allow you to communicate asynchronously using TCP/IP (Port 9001 if I remember correctly) and you don't have to deal with RFX-9600, assuming you have one. Plus, you won't have to worry about the signin/signout and all the stuff that appears to be required with their UDP-based control protocol.

I have written several threads about 2-way RS232 via an RFX-9600 and the issues one can face and what a pain it is to guarantee that you don't lose characters in the receive buffer when sending a command.

Search for keyword UART and you will find at least one of them.
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Post 10 made on Wednesday November 18, 2015 at 19:05
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On November 9, 2015 at 22:51, Lyndel McGee said...
I've actually been thinking about buying a 105D. But I am finding it hard to justify the cost just for a BD player. My Sony BDP N460 works just fine from what I can tell. Not sure the Oppo will be that much better of a picture. I would like feedback from others here. The only other reason to buy an Oppo would be for the benefit of SACD or DVD-Audio which my Dune handles the FLAC rips just fine.

Yes, the main reason to get an OPPO is to be able to play SACD/DVD-A disks. I have a sizeable collection of both and would love to transfer all of it to FLAC 5.1 so that I would no longer need to touch the shiny disks anymore, however it's not as simple with SACDs, unless you have an old PS2 with hacked firmware in your possession.

Sony does make nice BD/SACD players as well, but the build quality of OPPO is far superior. Also, their tech support is one of the best among consumer electronics companies.

OPPO is also a very good digital media player in the sense that it can handle most popular digital media codecs and containers (but the UI is somewhat outdated). It does not outshine Dune though in this regard.
Post 11 made on Thursday November 19, 2015 at 09:35
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The other thing I love about Oppo players is that they can move subtitles up and into the picture when using an anamorphic lens.
Post 12 made on Friday November 20, 2015 at 12:46
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FWIW, I have successfully implemented the protocol in Java. Turned out that the "request_ack" mentioned in the documentation is never sent, instead the "response" is sent twice! Presently, the responses are not checked for validity, and no error checking is done, more than checking that *something* is received back.

Checked in at github in my github repository, switch to branch readlinecommander. Class name org.harctoolbox.harchardware.misc.OppoIp.

It will not help the OP asking for a "script" though.


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