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Playing video files

I can play my mp3s from an external USB HD but i can figure out what format the vidoes need to be in. the instructions say mp4 but i cant see those either. Any ideas what to convert my video files to in order to play them?

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  • MattyMattE Mar 26, 2009

    I have the same problem, I converted AVI files using an imtoo product into MP4 files, to no avail... im quite stumped.

    A little help would be great.


  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    what files work that will play in the usb mode for this dvd player?

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