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    Hi, you're right. The Amazon UK product...

    Hi,

    you're right. The Amazon UK product description is wrong. It's Amazon, you can easily return it. The BDP3300 does have DLNA/Simplyshare. Check out the user manual (page 14)...
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    BDP3200 does not have DLNA. Btw. WiFi Bridges...

    BDP3200 does not have DLNA.

    Btw. WiFi Bridges are much better e.g. Netgear WNCE2001.
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    The 3280/12 I use can read NTFS-formatted USB...

    The 3280/12 I use can read NTFS-formatted USB sticks. ;)



    Yeah, that's tragic. It must be a really short movie, less than five seconds. :D
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    Well, ts works fine, bdav works fine too, except...

    Well, ts works fine, bdav works fine too, except for most of the german tv stuff (bdav container (m2ts) = avchd, blu ray format).



    i did..
    another test-recording - don't work


    Reencoded...
  5. oh wow, wiki deleted the list of known Cinavia...

    oh wow, wiki deleted the list of known Cinavia protected films.
    i don't upgrade the fw anymore until there is a working solution from a "Antigua-based" software developer. ;)
  6. thats Cinavia-Bullshit

    thats Cinavia-Bullshit
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    No, I want to avoid reencoding the video.

    No, I want to avoid reencoding the video.
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    Hi, I figured out a couple of things: - the...

    Hi,

    I figured out a couple of things:

    - the 3280/12 is able to play Main@L4.0 content
    - it can play AVCHD/BR files from usb drive
    You have to create a folder "AVCHD" to root of USB flash...
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    BDP3280/12 AVCHD/Blu-Ray playback problem

    Hi,

    I recorded many videos from german television with my dreambox.
    When I put the ts-files onto a usb flash drive or burn them on DVD/Blu Ray (data disc) everything plays fine.
    MKV works fine...
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