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       certain video files won't play, certian video files won't play
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    post Oct 27 2011, 08:25 AM
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    I have recently purchased a WD TV live player. I have been playing loads of video files without a problem. I decrypt then using DVD fab into ISO files, onto a portable hard drive and play through the media player. However certain films will not now play. They will play the trailers etc but when it gets to the main memu it will not go further and stays at this point. I can play the movie back through DVD fab but whatever i try it will not work on the media player.

    I haven't updated the firmware, would this help?

    Any suggestion will be most welcome
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    I assume you have the new Live Streaming model with WiFi?

    You can try updating the FW and see if that helps. If not, just give the latest version of AnyDVD a shot and see if that makes any difference at all compared to DVDFab.

    If you don't need ISOs specifically, you can also try MakeMKV to create lossless MKVs (same quality as the ISOs, but with the menus stripped out).
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