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Hi I just wanted to know if anyone new if it was possible to watch movies in 1080p from usb, I have a sony 32kdl403 which is 1080p with the option to watch media from a usb? Also i somtimes … Read More
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
Hi

I just wanted to know if anyone new if it was possible to watch movies in 1080p from usb, I have a sony 32kdl403 which is 1080p with the option to watch media from a usb?

Also i somtimes watch movies from my xbox origional which is connected to my pc? Will i be able to watch 1080p movies that way?

Thank

Muz
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
the original xbox isn't capable of 1080p
speedwise usb is capable of handling 1080p, i use mt FAT+ theatre to play 1080p from usb with no problems.
#2
wolf359
the original xbox isn't capable of 1080p
speedwise usb is capable of handling 1080p, i use mt FAT+ theatre to play 1080p from usb with no problems.

Thanks, will have to get me a few movies in 1080p and give it try from my usb. only thing my tv only plays mp4's and most movies out there are in mkv....
banned#3
You have to convert the mkvs to MP4 which causes it to lose quality. You could see if there is some custom firmware out there for your TV that allows mkvs to play from USB.

Edited By: lumoruk on Apr 04, 2011 21:00
#4
lumoruk
You have to convert the mkvs to MP4 which causes it to lose quality. You could see if there is some custom firmware out there for your TV that allows mkvs to play from USB.

hmmm custom firmware for my TV, didnt think of that one...

I have tried converting files, but they shrink considerably in the process and im sure they loose quality as you said.
#5
you don't have to lose quality when converting to mp4 mp4 is capable of 1080p. you simply have to convert it at the same quality as the original
#6
dcx_badass
Easiest way is buy a sumvision cyclone micro 2 for about £30, can play 1080p mkv's with no problems.

So with this i just connect it to my tv via HDMI and plug in my USB mem stick, has anyone used one of these? do they work well?
#7
wolf359
you don't have to lose quality when converting to mp4 mp4 is capable of 1080p. you simply have to convert it at the same quality as the original



wolf359
you don't have to lose quality when converting to mp4 mp4 is capable of 1080p. you simply have to convert it at the same quality as the original

I have used a videora and handbrake and the files shrink even if you select all the high quality options, Whats the best conversion software out there, one thats not over complicated and free of course...
#8
muz81
dcx_badass
Easiest way is buy a sumvision cyclone micro 2 for about £30, can play 1080p mkv's with no problems.


So with this i just connect it to my tv via HDMI and plug in my USB mem stick, has anyone used one of these? do they work well?


Thats about it .

I have one and it will do the job you want .
#9
thanks for all the help

will be getting me a sumvision cyclone

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