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Have any of the people who want .mkv support tried PS3 media server? I think it converts on the fly and streams to your PS3.
Yea i used that when my ps3 was working and it worked excellent. 1080p streaming to my ps3 using .mkv and ps3 media server. Worked perfectlly.
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Have any of the people who want .mkv support tried PS3 media server? I think it converts on the fly and streams to your PS3.
A lot of us don't want to stream.
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A lot of us don't want to stream.
this

quality gets a hit when streaming too

nothing like having the movie in your HDD
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This ought to be an interesting discussion...
AVCHD is all ready supported by the system
    
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Yea i used that when my ps3 was working and it worked excellent. 1080p streaming to my ps3 using .mkv and ps3 media server. Worked perfectlly.
nah it sucks..

Audio and video always desyncs


and yeah my Dual Core 2 quad can hanndle on the fly converting.
    
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Well, Filmy actually means "movies" in polish. Probably just a coincidence though.
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post #27 of 28
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Originally Posted by VulcanDragon View Post
I did read it as "filmy" correctly, but I assumed it meant that it would apply a "film look", e.g. a 24p look, to 30fps camcorder content. Silly me.
This was exactly what I thought when I first saw the title. I can't imagine myself misinterpreting it as "flimsy," the words look completely different to me.
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post #28 of 28
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Originally Posted by jellis142 View Post
I saw Sony and assumed Flimsy. Kinda sad it wasn't Flimsy. How innovative, making users pay for a feature to connect a SONY product to another SONY product.
You can't expect a multi-billion dollar corporation to care about their customers, to believe they do would be complete ignorance..

And they say ignorance is bliss...

That depends upon how much money you have, entirely..
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