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    Streaming via Lacie network space

    Hi,
    I have a 32pfl5507/12 connected via wifi to my Lacie network space disk.
    When I acces the disk via my tv, and play a video, which tool is responsible for actual playing the video??
    Which video formats are accepted? I noticed some formats dont allow to fastforward....
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    Connection trough Lacie Network

    Quote Originally Posted by thepaddo View Post
    Hi,
    I have a 32pfl5507/12 connected via wifi to my Lacie network space disk.
    When I acces the disk via my tv, and play a video, which tool is responsible for actual playing the video??
    Which video formats are accepted? I noticed some formats dont allow to fastforward....
    Thanks.
    Bye
    Hans

    When you acces media that's located on your lacie, the device where you are accessing the data with (such as a tv of smartphone) is the one who plays the media file

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    Ok, so I should check my tv's manual to discover which video formats are supported? Do you know if chapters are also supported so I can jump to the next chapter? Doesn't work for me in .mkv...
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    Generally, Philips tv's suports the following video codecs:
    H264/MPEG-4 AVC, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, WMV9/VC1, Containers: AVI, MKV
    Chapters aren't suported when you play a media file from a NAS (Called DLNA), they are suported when you play directly from a DVD or Blue-Ray.

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    Ok, thanks

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