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  Reply # 166184 22-Sep-2008 10:15
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Does this device play .MkV video files?


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  Reply # 166188 22-Sep-2008 10:23
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Does this device play .MkV video files?

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  Reply # 166329 22-Sep-2008 17:41
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That's one of the great things about the PCH - its ability to play content of many different types. But I have noticed a couple of things. It won't play RealMedia files and apparently won't play .mov files either (well AVC and AAC files in a mov container)




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  Reply # 166357 22-Sep-2008 19:21
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lchiu7: That's one of the great things about the PCH - its ability to play content of many different types. But I have noticed a couple of things. It won't play RealMedia files and apparently won't play .mov files either (well AVC and AAC files in a mov container)

What sort of *.mov files??  I download a lot of  Quicktime movie trailers and about 99.9% play fine  480 ~ 1080P..





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