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DLNA format question - MKV ?

by DJst0ne / January 11, 2009 7:12 AM PST

Hi,

is it planned to make the dlna-function of the tv compatible with mkv format via software update? i have the 46A756.
or is there a list which files are compatible with the dlna function. or better some settings for ffmpeg to convert to the right format? Wink

there is also no option for Motion Plus feature when using DLNA? is that right?

thanks and
best regards
Phil

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Grrrr!
by epcortek / January 11, 2009 3:17 PM PST

they better!

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LEA756 read .mkv and HDD
by commandooo / October 12, 2009 7:11 PM PDT
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pls help me to find a solutioun about this prob. my tv doesn't read the external HDD like 250gb.. but it reads the finger USB deviece how can it be? is it about NTFS-FAT format? i change the format my HDD but its the same.. another prob is my tv doesn't read .mkv format either... is there a solution thxx

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Succeed in streaming MKV over DLNA
by Bobtang5 / July 11, 2011 11:37 AM PDT

Actually, .mkv is not one of the media options that are categorized because it's
not a sanctioned format (not like WMV, MPEG, etc.) Besides, MKV is a
flexible container format which can store just about anything (H.264,
DivX, MPEG, any sort of audio, even menus and subtitles) while
WMV, MPEG is more or less complete formats so they know what to expect
while with MKV's you really can't tell without checking the contents
itself.it is reported that many have good luck when streaming H.264 .mkv with
AC3 audio. DTS audio in .mkv may results in av sync problems so it is
advised to be converted to AC3 or AAC before streaming MKV. Anyway, the
best way solving this problem is streaming .mkv while transcoding the
file on the fly with media server like Tversity.

From:

http://home-media-center.net/?p=815

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