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1080p MKV by USB on UE42F5500 Samsung LED TV

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Hi there, I bought my new LED TV Samsung UE42F5500 Full HD (CRM 120Hz, Panel 60hz).

Yesterday I was wathing MKV full hd movie World War Z with DTS sound from USB harddrive it was fine, but I saw that is not pretty smooth while playing. I saw little tiny bit cutting. So I try to run movie on laptop and thare was same cutting.

So I read forums about some change to 24p realmovie setting, but I dont find any options on my TV.

My questions is, is there any chance to play full HD mkv really smoothly? Thanks a lot for answers.
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Originally Posted by hustoles View Post

Hi there, I bought my new LED TV Samsung UE42F5500 Full HD (CRM 120Hz, Panel 60hz).

Yesterday I was wathing MKV full hd movie World War Z with DTS sound from USB harddrive it was fine, but I saw that is not pretty smooth while playing. I saw little tiny bit cutting. So I try to run movie on laptop and thare was same cutting.

So I read forums about some change to 24p realmovie setting, but I dont find any options on my TV.

My questions is, is there any chance to play full HD mkv really smoothly? Thanks a lot for answers.

If you saw the "cutting" on your laptop as well, then the pirated copy that you downloaded wasn't encoded properly wink.gif
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If you saw the "cutting" on your laptop as well, then the pirated copy that you downloaded wasn't encoded properly wink.gif

Most likely the case. It could also be too high of a bitrate for the usb drive to deliver properly. But if it happens on your computer too, then it's probably the video file itself.
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Most likely the case. It could also be too high of a bitrate for the usb drive to deliver properly. But if it happens on your computer too, then it's probably the video file itself.

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Originally Posted by morbidz View Post

If you saw the "cutting" on your laptop as well, then the pirated copy that you downloaded wasn't encoded properly wink.gif

I try that video on laptop on external monitor Samsung P2450 - there was same effect like on TV. But now I try play that only on laptop screen 1280x800 there was playback fully smooth. So I think MKV file is ok. USB speed I think is good. I can try play it by allshare but I think Wi-Fi connection will be slower than USB.
post #5 of 7
When you are playing on the computer, are you playing off the hard drive? This will eliminate a bad/slow usb drive.
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Originally Posted by sitlet View Post

When you are playing on the computer, are you playing off the hard drive? This will eliminate a bad/slow usb drive.

First test was from SSD main drive of laptop. Now I done second test from that portable USB drive. Results are same. Fully smooth playback. So I am insterest about why is not smooth on laptop when playing on external 24" fullhd LCD. And why my new LED TV do that same not smooth playback like external monit on laptop:(. I have no time yet to test on my TV 720p video but I think that will play soothly, will try and let know here.
post #7 of 7
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Hmm, Its strange I try 720p and it was ok. I watching yesterday many source of TV and video signals and it sporadically smooth and sometimes, some object have little bit cut moveing.
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