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    Can not display MP4 from NAS

    What video-formats can a Philips 37PFL8684H/12 display ?

    It doesn't seem to be able to show MP4 video's (on a NAS)... ?!

    Please advise.

    Thanks !

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    Thanks !

    According to this info, it should show the MP4 videos on my NAS... But it doesn't... What should I check / correct ?

    Please advise. thx !

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    Hi,

    please check the codecs INSIDE the MP4 container...

    Toengel@Alex

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    Thanks again !

    There is indeed a difference :

    MP4s that play correctly on the TV : Codec avc1 Name H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
    MP4s that do NOT play : Codec mp4v Name MPEG-4 VIDEO

    Can I convert the later into the first ?
    Please advise (again, sorry). Thx !

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    Found the FREESTUDIO tool that allows me to convert my video-files into avc1 H.264, and they display correctly on my TV !!

    Problem solved !

    THANKS !

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