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    DLNA movie settings

    TV: 40PFL9704h/12 from 2009, Wireless network, atest SWBR Soundbar: HTS9140 from 2010, cable network. latest SW
    NAS: Readynas Duo

    Everything is connected and works.
    Oddly the HTS doe snot support as much movie file formats as the TV but it is 1 year newer.

    I would like to put my older DVD's on the DLNA network but do not know which settings to use.
    Problems encountered so far:
    - picture is build up of rectangular blocks
    - picture is not smooth, especially moving scenes
    - sound is not in lone with picture.

    These are the things i believe i need to set:
    - format
    - videocodec
    - framerate
    - size
    - bitrate
    - cropping (?)
    - filters (?)
    - audiocodec
    - samplerate

    Any recommendations for best playback on the TV?

    Last edited by armandckj; 11-17-2011 at 01:21 PM. Reason: added info

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