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    post Jul 31 2011, 11:01 AM
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    i have an interesting problem. İ am trying to play a mkv file. The file is a 1080p movie. İt plays fine on my Lg smart tv's own player but as it cannot decode dts files i cannot hear any sound so i wanted to use WD Live TV. While the sound plays fine, the picture has an important problem on WD: it seems to be compressed (there are 2 very large black bars on the upper and lower parts of the screen, and a very narrow middle section where the actual movie is playing). When playing back on LG İ can see that the movie part is at least 2 times larger. How can i correct this problem? (i didn't have this problem with other mkv files)

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    post Jul 31 2011, 11:53 PM
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    Since I assume your TV settings aren't changing when you switch players (never hurts to double-check though, in case the set's being too smart for its own good (IMG:style_emoticons/default/rolleyes.gif) ), did you try switching between the normal/widescreen video settings on the WD TV?

    P.S. Are both players connected using similar connections/cables?
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