Non-3DO related chat here please.
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that is an unfair question because DVD does not support those features either they are optional. BUT to answer your question yes a lot of Blu Ray players do in fact support Divx, avi, mkv, and AVCHD files. Most even come with SD card slots or USB plugs now too. And a lot also have netflix, hulu, pandora etc built in so if that is a concern you can really relax cuz there are cheap players out there now that to everything you would want.
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Make the count 140, I just bought Jonah Hex.
SOME do. Not all. My Panasonic will only play them off a DVD-R even though it has an SD slot. It only likes to use the SD for photos. I do have a region assignable Sherwood player that will do them off a disc or a thumb drive, it actually has two USB ports one in the front and another in the back. It's a surprisingly good looking Momitsu clone. I bought it to play foreign BDs and two Jap bootlegs BDs and for a cheap player it gives a good picture. But not all players support DiVX files.Lemmi wrote:let me ask a question, does the bluray player play divx/avi/wmv/mp4/mkv files off of dvdr's?
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