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    24PFL3507H/12 issue playing bigger mp4 files over DLNA

    Hi there,
    I tried to play several mp4 files using DLNA from my NAS. The smaller ones play fine (<100MB?), the "bigger" (500-800 MB) ones do not. The TV gives the error that the both video and audio codec are not supported. Which isn't true... When i play the same file using an usb-stick there is no problem. Other DLNA devices (like PS/3 and tablet) play the movie without problems from same NAS (Synology with latest firmware). Attached mediainfo export file with the mp4 settings.
    The filesize (and network performance) itself don't seem to be the problem also because the TV can play an 24GB HD movie (M2TS) from the same DLNA server flawlesly.
    I updated the firmware to the latest available online (T921E 2.12 / 2012/07/20).

    What is wrong? It's real a dealbreaker.
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