Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I watch movies on my USB port right from the thumb drive all the time. Some model LG players and recorders do not support the DiVX Codec. My new one does not. You need to convert the file to XViD with a prgram called Magic Video Converter. It only takes 15 minutes on a fast PC. Hope this helps you. I never even heard of a DVD Player or recorder with a 1.1 USB Port and even if it was it would be able to stream a 700mb file over an hour and a half! I'm back, I just tested it and even on a 6 year old desktop with a 1.1 port the movie played fine! If you need more help feel free to contact me geokohler at gmail. I have a deans list BS in Computer Science.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
SOURCE: i have new lcd sansui
Some of movies encoded in Xivd (not divX, thought thye are compatible) are not supported my some manufacturers.
One of the following should help
- Re-encode the movies in DIVX format and play them
- Upgrade your TVs firmware to support the latest video formats
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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