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    Question Problem reading ALL .mkv files - Format Problem ?

    Hello,

    I have lots of .mkv fiels and my new TV (40PFL8605 NetTv) can not open all my mkv video files. I used another TV (Samsung Led) and it read all files without exeption... Is that a problem of format, why the Philips player doenst read properly all my files ?

    Thanks for your help... do I nee dto install something extra to read it properly ?

    Thanks in advance

    Buzz

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    Hi,

    see the supported codecs list (http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...ghlight=codecs). You can use mediainfo.sourceforge.net to analyze the MKV files.

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    In my case it's usually the .mkv with DTS sound that the TV can't play.
    You can convert the files for example with "Popcorn mkv Audioconverter" which needs "eac3to", though it takes a few minutes for a full movie. A tutorial can be found here: http://audioconverter.heartware.dk/Tutorial/

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