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Samsung LED TV - Movie Format Help

by Unique1126 / November 13, 2009 12:44 AM PST

Just purchased Samsung LED S6000

I purchased aimersoft dvd ripper to be able to rip some home movies so that I store them on an external HD and play them back on the TV. I have read page.50 of the manual that has a chart of all the formats with specifications... but im not very familiar with any of the video formats. Im looking for something that will have good sounds and video quaility and as the same time be a small file (i understand that might be impossible but im looking for the closest thing to it). aimersoft seems like a great program and rips the dvds pretty good but i feel like im limited to options... for example im not able to rip a .wmv with all the correct characteristics so that it will be compatitble wit the tv.

what i really need is a point in the right direction as far as which program i should be using and what formats i should be ripping the dvds into...

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by panzer008 / November 13, 2009 1:23 AM PST

Dude u gotta be kidding me...... Samsung 2009 TV's hav the most popular formats tht any TV can hav... except for DTS audio I dont think u should hav problems playing any video files available on the net these days.....

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by Unique1126 / November 13, 2009 2:29 AM PST
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Im not trying to play video files available on the net... im ripping dvds onto my pc then transferin to my external HD and then pluggin my external HD and streaming the video from there... what i need is a better program then aimersoft dvd ripper which would give me more options and hopefully better quality...

aimersoft doesnt offer real big resolution i think the biggest is like 1020x780 or something...

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