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Choppy result from playing DIVX via USB Direct connection.

The movie is very choppy if I have a DIVX on a memory stick (tried it with a harddrive) and try to play it on my HTS3440. Is there any way, such as DIVX format optimization or firmware upgrade that would fix the issue.

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Try a DivX movie from a disc, memory sticks are not very fast, they are just convenient.

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