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    Hi,

    try to go to somebody who has Windows running and format the disc on this Windows PC.

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    Hi Karlo, toengel.

    Formatting the HDD in NTFS on a windows PC and try to use it on a MAC will not work, as MAC can only Read but not Write on an NTFS memory.

    @Karlo, I don't see an easy solution for your compatibility issue, maybe a Windows emulator for MAC where you can install the 3D subtitler app?

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    Hello to everyone,

    i did it on windows (formatting to NTFS) and i try to watch 3D movies . i having six 3D movies and i enable to see only 2 movies , 4 can't recognize my Philips.Unbileviable , i loosing my patience with Philips...

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    Hi

    If you want to play movies directly via the USB Port of the TV you need to make sure your Videos does fit the capabilities of the TV:
    http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...TS-and-Blu-ray
    Use the 2k10 TV Series for an Overview.
    You can check your Video Files on your PC with the Tool "mediainfo"

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    Hi sngbcn,

    i was try to connect my HDD directly to TV , like i said , from 6 3D movies TV can recognize only two

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    to be honest Thomas i don't know how to do this

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    Hi,

    download the tool mediainfo (mediainfo.sourceforge.net). Open the videos which does not work and compare the codec information with the list (the link from Thomas).

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    hi Karlo,

    From what I''ve seen on the forum the most likely reason that some MKV files won't plays is that the audio track is encoded with DTS, Philips TVs don't support such format and therefore the file is not played. Easy way to know is to look at the file name, most encoders put the video codec and audio codec after the movie title:

    Avatar.1080p.DTS.AC3.DUAL.Bluray.2009.mkv

    The above file has a DTS audio track and also a Dolby (AC3) track, the TV in this case won't play back the file as one of the tracks is not supported and also you cannot choose a different audio track through the TV's options menu.

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    thank you Toengel and sngbcn

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