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    PFL4307 3D movies from USB PROBLEM

    I just bought a Philips 42'' PFL4307 3D and i am trying to test the 3d option.
    i have checked every corner in the forum but still i cant find an answer.
    What the format/codec of my movie ? and why i cant enable the 3d option ( sbs/up-down) ?
    Thank you !

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    Hi,

    when the video is running but you cannot enable 3D you need to check that the video has the exact resolution of 1920x1080 pixels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
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    when the video is running but you cannot enable 3D you need to check that the video has the exact resolution of 1920x1080 pixels.

    Toengel@Alex

    I use AnyVideoConverter with 1920x1080 always checked and still i cant enable any 3d option

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlapatsas View Post
    I use AnyVideoConverter with 1920x1080 always checked and still i cant enable any 3d option
    Hi xlapatsas

    Welcome to the forums and congratulations with your new TV.

    I can confirm that 3d over USB is supported on our TV's.

    1. Have you made sure this file you are playing is 3D?
    2. What is the format of this file you are trying to play?
    3. Have you tried more than 1 file?


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    Last edited by Philips - Benedickte; 06-13-2012 at 01:30 PM. Reason: change and add information
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    Hi,

    that's strange - even on 2011 TVs (TV550R3) it does work - why not on 4300 (TV550R4)?

    Toengel@Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Hi,

    that's strange - even on 2011 TVs (TV550R3) it does work - why not on 4300 (TV550R4)?

    Toengel@Alex

    It should work yes, see edit on my post over.
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    Benedickte, you are speaking about this model in particular, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sngbcn View Post
    Benedickte, you are speaking about this model in particular, right?

    Hi Here's a short list of what 2012 models can do 3D and what type of 3D ( easy/max/conversion)

    43x7 :
    Easy 3D
    Dual view Gaming

    55x7 :
    3D max
    2d to 3D conversion ( all sources)
    Dual view gaming

    6xx7 :
    Easy 3D
    2D to 3D conversion ( all sources)
    3D depth
    Dual view gaming

    7xx7/8xx7/9xx7 :
    3D Max
    2D to 3D conversion ( all sources)
    3D depth
    Dual view gaming

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