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Watching movies stored in portable HDD in Revue?

Discussion in 'Logitech Revue' started by quizzer, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. quizzer

    quizzer New Member

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    I have the Logitech Revue connected wirelessly with Linksys 4200 router.

    I connected my seagate portable HDD to the USB port of the Revue. Indexing happened, but I was able to see only few things - pictures, small videos taken from iphone and mp3 music but not full videos (I have some movies stored which i want to see).

    Can I connect my HDD to the router instead? Will it work?

    If yes, can you give me the sequence of steps?

    Thanks
     
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    eferz Well-Known Member

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    Most likely it only indexed the files which are compatible. It is probable that the other files you had on there were incompatible. If you download and install MediaInfo (http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net/en) on your computer then you can determine the differences of the streams and containers for each file. You can even post the results of a file here if you are unable decipher or do not understand the output. Here is a list of the "Supported media formats on Logitech Media Player".
     
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    quizzer New Member

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    Thanks eferz. Please find the samples here:

    Video - MPEG (NTSC - Version2), MPEG Video, JPEG, VC1 (WMV3)

    Audio - PCM, WMA, AC-3, MPEG

    Text - RLE
     
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    Umm... yeah, that's not enough information to go by. Sorry.
     

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