m4v to bluray player

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x166532x
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m4v to bluray player

Post by x166532x »

Now that I have my entire library of movies in m4v format with preset adjustments for the ATV1....

I would like to access my library held on a readynas from the bedroom. I also need a new DVD/BD player.

Is there a Bluray player that can also play my m4v files?

If so, what model have you found to be the best with a decent folder menu structure?
QualityIsNumber1
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Re: m4v to bluray player

Post by QualityIsNumber1 »

I encode my videos in the H.264 .m4v format and use a ($80.00) Seiki BD660 Blu-ray player. The menu layout will be neat and organized if you categorize your videos in appropriately named folders for different types of content. Personally I recommend this player but since it is a cheap player I would suggest keeping the box and receipt handy for return in case it is defective.

Josh.
x166532x
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Re: m4v to bluray player

Post by x166532x »

thank you,

Has anyone had luck with Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Toshiba etc.?
x166532x
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Re: m4v to bluray player

Post by x166532x »

Also, how about PS3? Will it play the old ATV1 preset m4v?
joethezombie
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Re: m4v to bluray player

Post by joethezombie »

yes, but with no chapters or soft-subs. you may also wish to read up on cinavia, which the PS3 enforces.
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