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    Net TV Browser, Flash SUpport !?

    Hi,

    I have 3 questions
    1.)will the Net TV Browser support Flash in the near future ?
    2.)And is it planned that i can watch 3D-Movies in Net TV or in youtube or in the Net Tv-Browser?
    3.)Or that i can watch 3D-Movies that i stream from my PC to the TV... this function is grayed out when i stream from my PC to my Philips TV i can only watch 3D-Movies over the HDMI-Port?

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    Hello,

    I can not give an answer for every point, but some I can:

    1. No, my understanding is that Flash needs other/more powerful hardware to be supported. I think also the future of Flash might be questionable
    2. There are 3D movies on videociety VOD-Service. I do not have a 3D TV, so I can't test. I assume this should work on 3D TVs.
    3. For streaming, I do not know. But I would expect that from a modern 3D TV. Since there are also consumer 3D cameras and even mobile phones out there


    Hope this helps you.

    Here is also a link, I think Flash was discussed several times here:
    http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...full=1#post190
    Last edited by smart; 09-16-2011 at 06:55 AM. Reason: Added link to flash statement from philips

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    Hi,

    1) no
    2) only for 2011 TVs (at least for videociety), but at the moment it is not implemented - I heard that this will be a feature of a future firmware update
    3) I think, same as 2

    Toengel@Alex

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    Hi,

    no, videocity 3D is not working!! The Tv-Firmware is realy terrible, the easiest things doesn`t work.. i hope the developer from Philips did read this forum and look at their competitors like Samsung,LG they do a way better job in their firmware...

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    Hi,

    if you read again the 2) of my post... you see that I already wrote that this is not implemented at the moment...

    Toengel@Alex

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