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    Question mkv files

    I have a 37PFL7606H/12 and I am not able to see a 3D film from my computer. The TV doesn´t recognize mkv file, but I think it must to do it.
    What can I do?
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    I noticed the same thing on my 47PFL7008k (as well as not displaying srt files even if they have the same name as the videofile.)

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    Hey guys,

    I'm not a specialist at this subject but i'm having success with playing 3d mkv files. I use a 46pfl8008 so on your tv Flexis, it should work. I can play OU and SBS (Over Under and Side By Side) files. While you play them correctly you should see the movie twice on your tv. After this you press the 3d key on your remote and pick the right setting (over under or side by side).

    I read on some forums for other apps that the naming of the files is important. That there should be SBS or OU in the file. I dont know if this refers to the Philips tv's though.

    - How are you playing the file? (media player, media server, usb)
    - How does the file look while playing it on computer?

    Using .srt files should work properly (it does eliminate the 3d effect in my opinion though) when naming the files the same. Thisshouldwork.mkv and Thisshouldwork.srt

    While streaming a movie with srt you have to transcode the movie on the fly because srt is not supported over network. While playing from usb hdd, dont forget to set the subtitles to 'on' (see button on remote control).

    With some more info its more easy to help though...

    Gr, Mark

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