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    DLNA - Supported Formats?

    Got problems with my 2011' 46PFL6606 TV. Which Formats are generally supported?
    - No MKV works.
    - No MP4 works.
    In what Audio+Video+Container formats i have to encode my videos, that the tv plays them?
    I'm asking, because on every other tv of my family/friends it works out of the box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Thanks for the link. I have checked with mediainfo two MPEG-4 AVC (x264) video files. Both are encoded from the same source, but with differend programs. One goes, the other not. But mediainfo says there is no difference. Strange.

    And after reading the link, i decided to never buy a philips tv again.

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    Thanks for the link.
    The list helps not really. So i tried something with a video file:
    I got two MPEG-4 AVC (x264) files, one works the other not. Mediainfo says that there are the same codec with the same settings. The only difference is that the two files were encoded with different programs.

    After reading that link, i decided never to buy a philips tv again. This is my first and definetly last philips tv.

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