If you are already running the newest Real Player and still are unable to watch tv then try to download the newest video codecs from http://www.divx.com/divx/windows/codec/.
If this doesn't do it than what I would try and figure out what type of video it is and search for any codecs for that video type. A Codec is used to Encode and Decode video. All players have codecs, but you have to have the same one, or a compatible one, as was used for the source.
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To watch NZ TV on demand on your Samsung galaxy 10.1 note firstly go to google play to download NZ tv on demand. Once downloaded it will say it is not supported by Adobe or something similar. You then go to http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/archived-flash-player-versions.html#Flash Player archives and download the appropriate files for android version 4.0 Hope this helps everyone having problems
Have you tried running the .avi video files in WMP (Windows Media Player)?
If that doesn't work. You can always convert the video files to Real or Quicktime formats.
Not sure if there are some free web sites that convert AVI Files.
If not, you could buy a lifetime subscription of one video converter for a low fee.
One good one is called MOVAVI.
Re: PAL Code selection. I think that it all depends in which region you're in so that you could playback the video on your TV via AV/Audio Cable.
it might be your Flash player. Just update your Flash player to latest one. It depends on your viewing time, also. If a lot of them watch same video at same time, it slows down the server or just freezes it.
You will need a 3D-capable or 3D Ready tv. The difference is the 3D-capable tv will require you to buy a piece of equipment called an emitter to connect to it. The 3D Ready tv already has an emitter. You will also need a 3D bluray player or Playstation 3, 3D glasses, and hdmi version 1.4 cables. You will need 3D glasses and 3D bluray Dvds. If you want to watch something besides bluray dvds you would have to subscribe to direct tv as they are now offering some 3D broadcasting.
If you have Free version or Basic version of Real player, if that is the case, you might not be able to use all the functionality of the software. You cannot download for free however. you need to pay through mastercard or need to have Full Version of Real player in order to be able to do that. but the full version is not for free. You can check details on www.real.com
Unless your TV is HDCP compliant (sorry, don't have to research this for you), you may not be able to watch Blu-Ray movies from your Blue-Ray player in 1080p. So first find out if your TV can do HDCP via the DVI port (i doubt it). If it can, you can get an HDMI-to-DVI adapter (you can find them real cheap off Amazon.com)
Hi, right hdtv stands for high definitian tv witch basically means if you buy a hd dvd player or blueray then you can watch the films in really high quality alot better than normal dvd. The same if you had cable tv or sky you pay a fee for an hd converter then this lets you watch certain channels in high def. So it basically means that your telly is capable of using all the new hd equipment thats coming out like the playstation 3 can play high def dvd's as long as you buy the hd lead as you need this due to the fact that it sends more data to the telly their for giving alot better sound quality and alot better piture quality when watching hd dvd's. At the moment their are only a few tv channels that are using hd at the moment but this will soon change. So to watch hd dvd youll need an hd dvd player and to watch hd tv you need to contact your cable or sky people and ask them what you need to do to watch hd programmes. they will then upgrade your box and should send you an hd lead to plug into your telly from the sky or cable box. Hope this is helpfull and easy to understand.
Hd is well worth having as the quality is amazing you wont believe it till you try it i was shocked as the detail and quality is mind blowing its like watching real life, it really is that good.