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lugdunum
08-11-2012, 04:05 PM
yesterday I've bought a 32PFL5007H/12. I've upgraded to the latest software and registered for divx. The configuration on my network went well and the TV recognizes my uPnP server.

However none of my .avi files will play. One of the .avi files I tried has the following format: AVI, 624 x 336, 25.00 fps, video: XviD, audio: MPEG-1 Layer 3 (stereo, 48000 Hz). Fairly standard, but no joy on the TV. Some mp4's work but avi is more or less the standard format I use on all the files.

When I select the file, I get a very small image in the center of the screen, surrounded by a celluloid transport border and after a second or so the screen reverts to the list of files.

None of the other DLNA devices at home (Mede8ter, playstation, apple & android devices) have any issues with the server or the file.

I'd appreciate some help as the built-in DLNA is one of the reasons I bought this TV.

Philips - Benedickte
08-13-2012, 02:54 PM
yesterday I've bought a 32PFL5007H/12. I've upgraded to the latest software and registered for divx. The configuration on my network went well and the TV recognizes my uPnP server.

However none of my .avi files will play. One of the .avi files I tried has the following format: AVI, 624 x 336, 25.00 fps, video: XviD, audio: MPEG-1 Layer 3 (stereo, 48000 Hz). Fairly standard, but no joy on the TV. Some mp4's work but avi is more or less the standard format I use on all the files.

When I select the file, I get a very small image in the center of the screen, surrounded by a celluloid transport border and after a second or so the screen reverts to the list of files.

None of the other DLNA devices at home (Mede8ter, playstation, apple & android devices) have any issues with the server or the file.

I'd appreciate some help as the built-in DLNA is one of the reasons I bought this TV.

Hi lugdunum

First of all welcome to the forums, and congratulations with your new TV.

The supported codec for an .AVI container is :

Video:
MPEG-4 ASP ( 25p,30p, 50i,60i fps)
Divx 3.11 (30 p, 60i)
up to 1920x1080 resolution
max 20mbps

Audio:
MPEG1 (Layer 1+2)
MPEG2 (Layer 3)
AC3
LPCM
WMA

You can find more about this on page 64 and 65 in the user manual for your TV.

Best Regards
Benedickte