I have a Panasonic Blu-Ray Player with network capability. As long as I have the proper file format on a movie file, I can play it through the player as long as the file is MKV or MP4 file types, and they must be within the Windows 7 operating system environment. The files are not recognized when using Windows Vista. Now for the BIG QUESTION!
If I wanted to play a 3D movie and view it with the Panasonic Active Shutter glasses, is there a special 3D format that Panasonic will accept. There are movie files that are listed as "half SBS", "full HD SBS", DTS, etc. It is all so very confusing to understand. I just need to know which type of 3D movie format I need so it will display perfectly on the Panasonic HD 3D Plasma TV that I also have. AVATAR looks absolutely stunning on the TV, and the 3D effect is something to behold. I am praying I can also play 3D movies from my laptop without having to burn onto expensive 50 GB Blu-Ray disks.