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    PFL5805H Detailed codec information needed

    Hi, I'm a happy user of my spectralight tv, although video playback capability is awful

    Anyway, my children begin to grow up and they want to watch their movies in big screen. I was using my playstation3 and rasPi for this, but then why not internal playback of our fine tv. I checked the product page and some of the forum posts, but couldn't find a proper answer.

    I basically want to play 1280x720 24p videos. Can you tell me what's the IDEAL conversion options:

    1. Which container is *fully* supported by my TV (5805H in this occasion)? (AVI/MKV/MP4?)

    2. Which video Codec is native to it's chipset? (if there is one, if it isn't which one is the most compatible?)

    3. Which video bitrate is the most efficient for that codec (please consider audio decoding bitrate too).

    4. Which audio codec native/most compatible at 128kbit?


    in short, what's the best settings for efficient, clean, seamless usb playback?

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ref View Post
    Hi, I'm a happy user of my spectralight tv, although video playback capability is awful

    Anyway, my children begin to grow up and they want to watch their movies in big screen. I was using my playstation3 and rasPi for this, but then why not internal playback of our fine tv. I checked the product page and some of the forum posts, but couldn't find a proper answer.

    I basically want to play 1280x720 24p videos. Can you tell me what's the IDEAL conversion options:

    1. Which container is *fully* supported by my TV (5805H in this occasion)? (AVI/MKV/MP4?)

    2. Which video Codec is native to it's chipset? (if there is one, if it isn't which one is the most compatible?)

    3. Which video bitrate is the most efficient for that codec (please consider audio decoding bitrate too).

    4. Which audio codec native/most compatible at 128kbit?


    in short, what's the best settings for efficient, clean, seamless usb playback?

    Thank you.

    Hi Ref.

    Please see following link for the supported CODEC overview. Also have a look in the back part of the user manual under technical data for all codecs that is supported on your TV.

    Best regards,
    Benedickte
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philips - Benedickte View Post
    Hi Ref.

    Please see following link for the supported CODEC overview. Also have a look in the back part of the user manual under technical data for all codecs that is supported on your TV.

    Best regards,
    Benedickte

    Thank you very much, this is what I was looking for.

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