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Many HD movie format are not working through USB. There is any software update is their

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That would have to do with the chipset that is in the DVD player. Older player can't play all the new codecs They may never use the other codecs since licensing may be required. I doubt you can flash the chips with newer codecs. It's just easier to get a newer player. The problem is the IRAA or whomever has been fighting any usb devices that can play movies or music that can be gotten off the internet and prevent such devices from modernizing or existing at all. We should be glad for the ones that made it though before they fought against them.

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Doubt if you will get update.

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At the beginning of the year, Toshiba announced that it was dropping production of HD DVD drives. Warner Bros. then announced that it would not produce more movies on HD DVD, and the rest have basically followed, generally noting the demise of the ongoing "battle" between HD & Blu-Ray.

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It is not good news for those who purchased HD drives / players, but obviously there is no way for the consumer to affect this movement. As for movies that were exclusively produced on HD DVD, the decision as to reproduction on Blu-Ray will obviously be another uncontrollable decision made by the responsible corporation. It will likely depend on the perceived level of consumer demand for each individual product, and whether they think that enough people will purchase another copy (probably even more costly) of the same movie.

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