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I have DIVX files with resolution of 1980x1024. Does this player is capable to play these files?
I am using the player and a tv to view photos via the usb port. Is there any way to slow down the rate at which the pictures are displayed.
Also, it seems to only display about 600 or so pictures even though I have about 1000 pictures on the flash drive.
I would like to by an external drive (with 1T of space) and store my avi moves on it and use that to play the movies. I was told that I may need to partician the drive because there may be a limit of 32gb space available at a time. If I have to partician the drive, will I be able to see all of my files? Or is this a bad ideal all together? Does anyone know of something easier that I can do? I don't have a fancy TV (a Samsung that is 14 years old), no flat screen, no HI-DEF and no surround sound. Just a basic TV and like to watch movies the old fashioned way. Thanks. Yvonne
When I connect this model to my Sanyo Plv-Z1 video projector using the component cables, I don't seem to be able to activate Progressive Scan. When I select the option, I get a notification asking me to check that my TV (!) supports progressive scan and then press OK. When I do press OK, the "progressive" option always reverts to "Off".
The extremely complicated instructions in the user manual say one should first disable DE-interlacing on one's TV (it always only talks about TVs). Of course, there is no way to disable it on the projector.
However, even when the option is off, the picture looks as good as via a VGA connector from my PC. So I'm wondering if, despite what the menu indicates, the image really is scanned progressively.
Philips' product support failed to respond. All suggestions would be welcome.
hi,can the osd screen from usb be updated or change to make it larger to read full names of films,thanks,greg
What is the voltage and frequency range of this DVD player. Is it only 110V or has a range up to 220 V?