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    Thumbs up Supported CODEC overview for ALL models (TV, HTS, and Blu-ray)

    Please find attached an overview of all supported CODEC's in our model numbers. Now not only for TV but also for HTS (HTSxxxx) and Blu-ray (BDPxxxx) players.

    Codec_table_all.xls
    Codec_table_all.pdf

    You can consult this file to see if your movie file is playable on your product.
    1. Analyse with e.g. Mediainfo or G-spot your movie file (both are freeware programs).
    2. With this info (audio and video codec), check in the XLS overview if this format is supported.
    3. If, according to the XLS overview, this format is supported but it still does not play on your model (*), contact your local help desk.

    (*) If the format is NOT supported, you might consider converting it to a format that IS supported. There are several freeware programs for doing this. Consider www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html or www.pcfreetime.com.
    Last edited by Philips admin; 03-13-2012 at 08:54 AM. Reason: Added PDF file.
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