Question about Panasonic DVD-S35 DVD Player
I have a DVD-S35 Panasonic DVD player and during playback of movies it shows statistics about video bandwidth (something like 2 Mbit/sec and rapidly changing - on a blank image goes below 1 and on a dynamic scene goes to 7-8 Mbit). How can I turn off this useless info? I tried everything in menus, it isn't in the manual. Maybe some undocumented feature or service menu? How can I fully reset the player to factory settings?
I have upgraded the firmware on my player and the problem disappeared. There is a "bitrate display" option in the Settings menu, but it didn't change anything when I tried it (before the upgrade). Now it isn't necessary.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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