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    Audio Issues

    I've had my box since last week, to begin with I hooked it up directly to the HDMI input of my Sony Bravia and Had video and audio out of the Set, watched the Rental of The Woman No problem. Tooday I hooked up the Onkyo 606 I bought at Xmas Time. The Vudu is still going into the Receiver via HDMI and then out to the TV in HDMI. If I go to the Vudu Labs I can get audio because it's all PCM and the PCM light is on the receiver, But anything with Multi Channel audio, previews or the Rental I have of Babylon AD has no sound, neither out of the receiver or the TV. I set in the audio options the Dolby Digital output for the HDMI , I can see no other settings. I Cannot figure this one out, all my other components lock onto the multichannel but the Onkyo cannot lock onto the Vudu's output. Anyone have any ideas?

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    There's a new "bug" in HDMI output that happens when you go into Vudu Labs. There are 2 ways to fix this until the new software 2.1.2 is released to the public:

    Fix 1 - Reboot your Vudu after using Vudu Labs
    Fix 2 - Switch your HDMI output to STEREO, start a movie, switch back to 5.1 mode.

    The Vudu engineer Volker posted a notice about this in another thread.

    The Vudu Labs bug does not affect optical audio output.

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      Re: Audio Issues

      On a related note, anyone know how I can get access to the Bugzilla database? This link at the top always times out for me.

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        Re: Audio Issues

        Originally posted by Citizen Erased View Post
        On a related note, anyone know how I can get access to the Bugzilla database? This link at the top always times out for me.
        Nothing there for you to see (sorry). Clear your browser cache and that should go away. I think it's a glitch that only shows up on Safari. Even if you can't get rid of the link, there's nothing there anymore - I'm fairly certain they stopped using bugzilla a long time ago, replaced by centercode.

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          Re: Audio Issues

          Originally posted by Nded View Post
          There's a new "bug" in HDMI output that happens when you go into Vudu Labs. There are 2 ways to fix this until the new software 2.1.2 is released to the public:

          Fix 1 - Reboot your Vudu after using Vudu Labs
          Fix 2 - Switch your HDMI output to STEREO, start a movie, switch back to 5.1 mode.

          The Vudu engineer Volker posted a notice about this in another thread.

          The Vudu Labs bug does not affect optical audio output.
          Thanks Alot that Worked.

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            Re: Audio Issues

            Originally posted by Nded View Post
            Nothing there for you to see (sorry). Clear your browser cache and that should go away. I think it's a glitch that only shows up on Safari. Even if you can't get rid of the link, there's nothing there anymore - I'm fairly certain they stopped using bugzilla a long time ago, replaced by centercode.
            You wouldn't want to use bugzilla anyhow...Trust me...

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              Re: Audio Issues

              Originally posted by NA9D View Post
              You wouldn't want to use bugzilla anyhow...Trust me...
              There are good and bad setups for bugzilla. I actually use a couple different ones pretty much every day. But it sounds like the database isn't public anyway, I was just curious.

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