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Samsung LE 40B750 DLNA movie problem

by dekinio / September 28, 2009 10:05 PM PDT

Hello!

Iam new on this forum.

I buy Samsung LE 40B750 and I have a few problem...

1. Which DLNA software in the best for samsung...and that support all media files like .mkv? And to support subtitle...

2. Next problem is...when I try to play some movie in DVD format (.vob) is the movie screen very small...I try to set a size but is only two options (fit, original)...and when is on "fit" is picture a half small, when is an original is smaller...What is the problem?

I had upgrade my samsung tv...and the problem is the same.

Thanx and I hope that you understand me.

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Samsung LE 40B750 DLNA movie problem
by dekinio / September 29, 2009 1:23 AM PDT

Can you help me...

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Samsung LE 40B750 DLNA movie problem
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / September 29, 2009 6:34 AM PDT

dekinio,

1. The PC Share software that came bundled should be able to handle the mkv files.

2. It may be how the file was encoded, and if the codec you're using is an HD codec.

--HDTech

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