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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your USB device needs to be Fat16 or Fat32 but as for reading mkv files I have the same issue. Not to mention it playing divx files in a choppy fashion.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
Before you loaded the hard drive, and USB did you run a "Check File System" through the TV? These devices in order to use the "Time Shift Function", have to have pass with "SUCCESS", displayed on the screen. If not the TV will format a 4GB FAT32 filing system for you. The reason your MP4's might not work might be due to a firmware update that no longer supports MP4. You should have been OK if you recorded the material from the TV. Items you record from the TV will not play on any other device. Using the FAT32 format only allows 4GB but, the TV allow 8GB and a external device can be FAT32 format to 8GB. 8GB is only 2 hours of viewing time. So that should give you some idea how little the amount of files can be handled.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
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First you will have either copy and pate the movie or download it to your usb drive
One of the benefits of putting files on a USB flash drive is that you can make any type of file portable.
This includes not only documents, spreadsheets and photos, but also media like video clips and movies.
If you have movies saved on your flash drive that you want to view, watching the movies directly from the USB drive is a simple process and can be achieved on almost any computer.
Connect your USB drive to the device on which you want to watch your movies.
This includes all USB-compatible computers, as well as some select television-compatible devices (like the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 or Sony Media Extender).
Launch the file explorer application on your device.
In Windows, access this utility by accessing the "Computer" application and then double-clicking the USB drive to display the files.
If you are trying to watch the movie files on a compatible television device, look for a "media," "device" or "USB input" application or button to bring up the file explorer.
Select the movie file you want to play.
In Windows, do this by double-clicking on the file.
The appropriate media-handling program should automatically launch and begin playing the movie automatically.
If you are using a television device, select the file from the list of compatible files in the device's internal explorer system.
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