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media file formats?

I have an UE46D7005 LED TV with SmartTV. Any chance getting support for wma audio and transport stream MPEG2 (.ts)?

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If you see the history of this.

You find that more often an update removes a few formats.

Because of this I suggest you learn how to transcode and find such tools (I use HANDBRAKE a lot.)
Bob

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TS

In fact, the manual lists ts as a supported format!

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Sorry I have to disagree.

Both WMA and MPEG2 have so many variations that we have to figure which of the variants work.

And if I read some of the Samsung manuals it states "if the media does not play, it is not supported."

Save yourself time and grief and encode in ways that work. There is no sign the makers of this or other models are going to add more CODECs are encoding support.
Bob

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