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    HTS9520 mkv via DLNA

    Hello

    I have question in specification and via USB this home theatre supports MKV format

    However when i try to run MKV via DLNA it doesnt show anywhere just avi and xvid files

    Is MKV not supported via DLNA or i just do somethiing frong

    thank you

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    We have discussed this before in another thread.
    the MKV files are simply not decodable by those streaming software we use...and for DLNA, all the processing is done through your PC unlike via the USB...(via USB, processing will be done by the Blu-ray device itself)...

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    http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...p/t-1306.html?

    this one... hard to rmb the thread...

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    yeah ok thx for support i worked it out using TVesity or Twonky but seems strange that u have to install/buy 3rd programs that can actually do it if u pay around 1k euro for blu ray player and tv, thanks for quick reply

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