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    3D subtitles?

    Hey all,

    Im using a 46pfl8008 and i was wondering if there is a way to use 3D subtitles while watching a MKV movie (OU, SBS), from USB or network. Using normal srt files work, but totally screw the 3D effect.

    Maybe someone has a tip, should i use different 3d files?

    Gr!

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    3D movie files from USB/Network

    Hey all,

    Most of the time im using mkv 3d files on my 46pfl8008, OU and SBS ones. Is this philips tv also able to play full 3D files. Mt2s from usb or something? Anyone willing to share his knowledge?

    Thnx!

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    Hi Mark,

    I have merged your 2 threads as they are so closely related.

    Subtitles for 3D film are supported via BluRay players and do not always display correctly when played from an .mkv file. This can be down to the encoding of the files. Do you have an example?

    About playing full 3D files over USB, this is limited by the bandwidth over USB. .mt2s files are also not supported for 3D.

    Again, for the best 3D experience on your TV nothing really beats a dedicated BluRay player, but of course I can understand that you wish to find out the limitations of 3D via USB as well.

    I hope that answers you questions.

    Best regards,
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    From my personal experience with 55PFL8008, I was able to read:
    - full HD 3D mkv (1080@24p)
    - full HD 2D m2ts (AVCHD2 - 1080@50p 28Mbit/s)
    through USB and Wifi N (DLNA) witout any issue

    I do not know for 3D m2ts.

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    Hey guys thanks for the replies! I'll check out some full mkv's soon and report my experience!

    grz, Mark

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    I've tried a couple of 3D movies/.mkv over both network and USB ... I have not found anyone that can correctly add any sub files while keeping the 3D effect.

    But then again ... I never gotten to see any movie or anything lasting more than a few minutes before the TV crashes and restarts ...
    Only HDMI can hold the TV going .... I managed to make the TV hold the signals for 2 hrs, 35 mins before restarting by itself when using hdmi cable from my computer.
    It prob work while using my Blue-Ray tho ... since most movies a below 2 hours and then u eject to use another ... those are dedicated.. and programmed to show subs correctly!
    But if anyone have a way to show .srt files and still keep real 3D on a streamed file .. My mom would be SOOO happy when she visit me lol

    EDIT: Some typos

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