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    Philips TV 55 7606K - problem with USB video from imovie

    Hi,

    i just got my 55" tv and tried to watch some home videos, created by imovie.

    regarding to the user manual the TV dosn't support .mov, so i tried .mp4 with H264.

    it works for a video, witch i created from 1080i material and 30 fps but i didn't find to export a imovie 25fps project (created from 1080 50p Panasonic HDC 800 videocam). Neither expoprt i tried so far wirh 1080p 25fps, etc worked.

    what format should i try with imovie (export via quicktime) for original 1080 50p (with format, how much fps and Mbps) ?

    thanks in advance,
    Gerald

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    problem with displaying FULL HD movies on philips TV 55 7606

    update: if i export movies via quicktime as MP4 1980 x 1080 25fps with less than 10Mbps e.g. 7.500 in works, but the quality is of course not as you would expect from a state of the art tv supporting 20 Mbps. i tried to convert the .mp4 and .mov in .wmv, but same effect. i tried streaming via twonky, same effect.

    @philips - when can we expect a firmware upgrade so that the 7606 tv's support .mov for Full HD and mp4 with 50fps and 20 Mbps

    i can't belive that this brand new philips tv is not supporting actual viedo formats, any advice how i can watch my home movies with adequate quality on by new philips tv 55 7606 is highly appreciated

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    Hi,

    try to take a look at the supported codec list: http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...TS-and-Blu-ray)

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    Topic has been moved as it does not has to do with Network.

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    No Reaction from Gerald, so i guess this one is solved > close

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