The format you'll want to use is listed in the manual. There are specific resolutions, codecs, and audio codecs that will work with certain files.
This would be listed in your manual, and would look something like this: (this is the U.S. version)
DTS would not be supported through the Samsung, as it will only output 2.0 audio, not 5.1 audio.
Does that help?
(I am a complete newbie when it comes to HD movies so apologies for the possible level of the question -- I did my homework of research on the net before)
I have a LE40B651 and a NAS which I access via DLNA. Some of the movies are encoded in DTS (I guess) and the TV claims that the audio format is not supported. The image is OK. Some other movies are fine.
I am thinking about reencoding the audio track to something which is supported by the TV, keeping the 5.1 features.
My questions are:
1. which is the audio format I should aim at? AC3?
2. are there some super-yet-easy-to-use converters which you would recommend? (I found SUPER and TMPGEnc)
3. Is there a loss of video during the deplexing/multiplexing process? And for audio?
4. Should I worry about synchronization between the audio and video during this process? In other words if the audio and video were synchronized in the original file is there a risk they will be not after the processing?
Thank you very much in advance for any pointers!