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Started by adriano. Thanks for your help and answers guys, but I think I found what I'm looking for. Sep 7, Article review from last year including screenshots confirms that personal media device connectivity is Play movies on hard drive of Emirates' in- flight system and options to bard personal music, image, PDF and video files are offered. This Play movies on hard drive will show you step by step how to play media stored on a external hard drive on your PlayStation 3. Drivr the Author This article was written by the It Still Works team, copy edited drivf fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information. I am trying to connect my hardisk with movies. You need to Girls pussy virgins picture movies aware that not every HDTV set will allow you to play video that is stored on your external hard drive, and that not all videos are supported by your HDTV. Looks like a dead end to me. I think I found one.

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Any help? Want to try this Found wifes secret photos app? I do not wish to download the movie into my computer. Playing movies from an external hard drive via dvd player. You should format it to FAT if you are using an external hard drive. Mlvies not, download it below. I think there is something to do with the format a flash drive is being read by the DVD and the Hard disk is being read. Jard Video Converter Ultimate. The only thing you can do is transfer movies from the drive to your iPad to watch the movies off of your iPad, now! While music is playing in the background, you can pause playback, adjust the volume, or change other settings on the screen that is displayed when you press and hold the PS button for at least 1 second. Other than this, there is no way to do this. It's mmovies possible to Gay rod your computer act Play movies on hard drive a media server with the hard drive connected, and have your iPad hagd stream the media from it. PS3 has a strict requirement for device format. It simply won't play it. Brand Forums.

You need to be aware that not every HDTV set will allow you to play video that is stored on your external hard drive, and that not all videos are supported by your HDTV.

  • You need to be aware that not every HDTV set will allow you to play video that is stored on your external hard drive, and that not all videos are supported by your HDTV.
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  • Yes, but you'll need to do some folder rearranging to get your iTunes library to turn to the media on your external drive instead of to the files in the iTunes folder on your computer.

I'm looking to integrate the movies I have on an external hard drive to be able to play them on my HD tv. Will this work? If so what would be a good one to purchase? Any help here would be really appreciated. I have been reading posts and an abundance of tech material on dvd players and I can't find an answer to this question.

Unlikely since I've yet to find a DVD player that accepts such a connection. The movies on my hard drive are my collection of dvds. I have burned them to the hard drive in what I think is a regular dvd format, iso files and such. Thanks for your help and answers guys, but I think I found what I'm looking for. I bought an Oppo DVH. After reading all the reviews on this site as well as others I believe this will do exactly what I'm looking for.

Thanks again. Is the only connection that looks slightly usable but there is no document that tells us it supports use of say some external hard disk Looks like a dead end to me. Ahtoi, On the Oppo site it says that it will play video through the USB as well as music and pictures. I also read in user reviews on this site as well as 2 other forums I got from Googling the player Oppo DVH that it does a good job of doing it too.

Profitt, I couldn't find any documentation either but yet again, user reviews We'll see if it's true. I'm really hoping they're not wrong. Here's a link to the Oppo site if you're interested. I emailed their support to ask pertinent questions several days ago; nothing heard yet. However, as far as user forum reports go, I got burned once. After relying somewhat on the good impressions of three reports for a new gee-whiz gadget, I later learned that at least two of those forum reports were originated by employees of the gadget manufacturer.

I am very hopeful of this technology being developed, having a huge collection of movies ripped to WMV or MP4 formats. I don't think even the well respected OPPO brand can do what you are asking. That would be a nice tough for sure. Pedro, I have one of the Oppo players and it plays Divx just fine.

Go to their website. They give the compatible formats for each player. I believe all of them play Divx. Thanks for the reply. I plan on purchasing the H withing 30 days. Would you mind providing some sort of mini-review on your experience with your Oppo? Either posting it as a separate thread or via email would be greatly appreciated. I am still working on just how much I can fit on the drive without it skipping but I do have it working without any modifications being made to anything.

On one of the drives I have about movies, music videos and about songs and it runs with no problem. Thanks, Justin. Supposedly some DVR's will do it. So check out the scientific atlanta dvr's. I've been looking to do the same thing. Very reasonable priced too. This drive worked perfectly on my dvd player.

When we bought a new external drive and tried to use it it said "drive not recognised - it was a seagate drive. So we went to our local retailer and bought a new IOMEGA drive with the intention of sending the seagate one back if it didn't work.

Alas it didn't work either. There is light at the end of the tunnel though. The problem doesn't sit with the drives it lies with the NTFS filing system that dvd players etc don't recognise. Solution: right click on my computer, manage -disc management and delete the partition with your external hard drive on. Go on to internet and download a programme called swissknife. Get a dvd player with a usb connection, make sure your hard drive is formatted in fat32, then you should be able to play AVI movie file.

I do it this way and it works great. I am trying to connect my hardisk with movies. I tried making with smaller partitions, but no use. Can someone help?? Hey, Thanks for the post.. May be you are right, i dint go thru the specs in details. I hav a huge collection of movies and dont want to keep moving it to the flash drive everytime. Appreciate any help Thanks. Your posts are a little light on detail. So that's my only guess. Hi Bob, I think the power should not be a problem as i could see the external HDD getting powered up the light is on when i connect it to the DVD and i could sense he disk rotation as well.

I think there is something to do with the format a flash drive is being read by the DVD and the Hard disk is being read. Still i am not sure if its something to do with driver. While it could be a "supported file system" issue that would be in the player's manual so I'll skip any documented support item and head for what others find beyond the documents. Try it on a HDD that does not draw power from the player.

Another alternative is to buy a PS3 which supports external hard drives. There are many forums that explain how to connect external hard disk and play music, pictures, and videos. You hook it up to your tv and then you can plug in your external hard drive to play your movies: divx, avi, wmv. Hi yes i have a 1TB western digital external drive,which i play via my dvd player that has a usb port..

It plays well,but you have to format it to FAT32 before hand. I took mine to my cousin and sweet sure enough i can watch movies on my big screen tv.

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Prev 1 2 Next. I think I found one. Don't want to through cold water on your hot fire, but.. Oppo direct site and users reviews Divx and Oppo. Scientific Atlanta DVR. I have seen Iomega has such harddrive unit. Make and model of that player is??? Fill in the last details so all can see what to get. Sony writes. I'm going with power.

Another alternative is to buy a PS3. Playing movies from an external hard drive via dvd player.

Some types of content distributed over the Internet and by other means have playback restrictions. If your PS3 doesn't recognize your external hard drive, then you will need to follow the following steps. So, I can still stream movies from my Seagate Wireless hard drive to my iPad 1, but this is my only iPad that still can do this. Cheers, Brian. Feedback post: Moderator review and reinstatement processes. But based on my own experiment, I directly have a shot on the last solution-rip Blu-ray and DVD movie on PS4 with friendly video format. Reporting: Playing movies from an external hard drive.

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Playing movies on in-flight system from own hard drive - Air Travel Forum - TripAdvisor

Does anyone know what kind of storage device is likely to be read by the in- flight system and what format of video file it can play? Looking around the internet I can find a few people who've said that. If you're flying to the UK from Australia via Dubai, Doha or Abu Dhabi you won't be affected by the ban as the uk hasn't named those places in their ban. Thanks for that info - I'd still be interested in knowing how to use the in- flight media system if anyone knows, for information's sake and also for those of my flights that may end up on a affected route - my work travel patterns vary a bit.

This is unambiguous from the wording and nature of the screens and options within the in- flight menu. You may not have encountered or discovered it but the option is there. Even the Emirates link above notes that 'personal video playback' is offered through the system.

There is also plenty of discussion online about this very option if you care to look for it. Article review from last year including screenshots confirms that personal media device connectivity is part of Emirates' in- flight system and options to access personal music, image, PDF and video files are offered. It just doesn't give the format info I'm after. I have tried to get the same info for China Southern flights were the best thing on their IFE is the car ads.

No problem at all - just wish anybody knew how to make my files work with the system! I might have to take a few devices and file formats on my next flight and do some test runs. I will make it smaller and try it again on my next flight.

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