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    Question BDP5200: file support on DLNA (wireless or cable)

    Hi all.
    I'm new of the forum.
    I want to buy a Blu-Ray player. I found the BDP5200 very interesting.
    I don't found information about the file compatibility on DLNA. It can read mkv, Divx HD and Xvid from a network hard drive that supports DLNA (like WD my book live) or from a router with usb hard disk that supports UPnP Media Server (like Linksys E4200)?
    BDP5200 is able to manage more different audio and sub inside a mkv?
    Thank you all

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    regrettably, mkv cannot be streamed through DLNA.
    to my knowledge this cannot be done by other brand as well.

    so i just live with it, when play mkv i just use my HDD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwinnie View Post
    regrettably, mkv cannot be streamed through DLNA.
    to my knowledge this cannot be done by other brand as well.

    so i just live with it, when play mkv i just use my HDD.
    I tried allot of media software, but using twonky server i can actually stream MKV now on my BDP5200!!

    So it is possible with the lastest trial version of twonkey server.

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    great that this works ...
    i have a twonky disc from the streamium device. let me try later

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    BDP5200 Player

    Can we connect external Hard disk to this 3d BD player???

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    Can we connect 500gb external Hard disk to this BDP5200 player???

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    Yes you can via the USB connection

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    Does it support more than 500GB hdd? i mean 1TB hdd??

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    Hi preddy,

    From external HDD to 500gb to 1TB

    Yes but the loading time might be longer which makes sence..

    Also better next time start a new topic since you are going of this thread...

    Rgds

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    I don't know if the BDP5200 can stream mkv on DLNA, but the BDP7600 can http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...ll=1#post22792

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    My experience:
    TVersity on windows 7 and WXP (never transcode)

    BDP5200 (DLNA cable connected) works smooth with mkv up to 1920*1080 audio DTS, AAC, subtitles and multilanguage.
    The only problem is with FLAC audio.
    My Wifi connection (54 kbps) is not enough fast and stable to play HD video.

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