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n_etf
11-08-2011, 09:34 AM
Hy,
J bought this tv, but I'm disappointed because J can't watch HD movie greater than 4GB over USB. Everything works fine except for this. Is it possibe to fix this problem? Please don't tell me that's only solution is to buy some HMP boxes :)

Regards

Toengel
11-08-2011, 09:36 AM
Hi,

what do you mean exactly with "can't watch" - what does the TV say if you try to start a movie greater than 4GB? Maybe your files (> 4 GB) have unsupported codecs...

Toengel@Alex

n_etf
11-08-2011, 09:42 AM
I don't know now exactly what TV says, but I will check. I tried to watch movie, .mkv file , size 6.5GB

sngbcn
11-08-2011, 09:46 AM
Hi,

This model does not support NTFS, that's why you cannot playback files of more than 4GB.

Regards,

n_etf
11-08-2011, 09:49 AM
Hi,

what do you mean exactly with "can't watch" - what does the TV say if you try to start a movie greater than 4GB? Maybe your files (> 4 GB) have unsupported codecs...

Toengel@Alex



TV info: File can not be foud or read.

n_etf
11-08-2011, 09:53 AM
Hi,

This model does not support NTFS, that's why you cannot playback files of more than 4GB.

Regards,

Yes, I thought that this is problem. It's not fair form Philips :)
Thanks guys!

Toengel
11-08-2011, 09:55 AM
Hi,

does your TV recognize smaller files (< 4 GB) from the same HDD?

Toengel@Alex

n_etf
11-08-2011, 10:13 AM
Hi,

does your TV recognize smaller files (< 4 GB) from the same HDD?

Toengel@Alex


Yes, I can watch smaller files (< 4 GB) from the same HDD (.mkv, .avi with .sub, .srt). It works.

matthias
11-08-2011, 10:47 AM
Then it's probably jsut a codec issue. Maybe you have to convert the sound track to AC3.
Also, you could try to split the file up into smaller ones with mkvtoolnix

sngbcn
11-08-2011, 11:43 AM
hi n_eft,

Sorry, my mistake, I thought your TV was a 5000 range for some strange reason...

As matthias says, probably the bigger files have a DTS audio track or a profile 5.1 (both things are not supported by the TV) and the solution is to convert to AC3 (Dolby) or download the file with the AC3 audio track.

Regards,