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Re: O!play from ASUS

Postby Sotos » Sat May 07, 2011 6:26 pm

georgios100 wrote:People, People...

I have an ASUS O!Play (all video format media player) connected to my flat screen TV via HDMI cable. In addition, I have a Yamaha amplifier for superior sound. That's it. No video conversions ever. I, literally, put my old dvd player in the garbage. No more CDs or DVDs. End of story.

This media player is the best (I found). It can decode, edit & synchronize subtitles better than any other unit. Subtitles can be downloaded and displayed on your screen (very easy thing to do). It can play music and display your photos (ethernet enabled as well).

In a few years, DVD players are to become obsolete. Yesterday, Blockbuster video (a chain of video clubs) went belly up! Nowadays people download & play data files (.mkv .avi .mp4 etc).


I agree with you georgios. I haven't rented a DVD for years and I never bothered to buy a blu-ray player. It is all coming from the internet now. Physical media will be obsolete before the end of the decade.
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Postby Sotos » Sat May 07, 2011 6:32 pm

... although I will buy a blu-ray for my future home theater, since I will want the best possible quality and you still can't get that online.
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Postby Get Real! » Sat May 07, 2011 7:05 pm

Sotos wrote:... although I will buy a blu-ray for my future home theater, since I will want the best possible quality and you still can't get that online.

Home Theatres are obsolete… these days you just go to the cinema! :lol:
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Postby georgios100 » Sun May 08, 2011 1:16 am

Sotos wrote:... although I will buy a blu-ray for my future home theater, since I will want the best possible quality and you still can't get that online.


Don't waste your money!

I have many movies downloaded in 1080p and playing with incredible picture & sound with the ASUS media player.

Trust me on this one. Honestly.
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Re: Mp4 to avi

Postby muddyleopard » Wed Aug 31, 2011 8:37 pm

fig head wrote:does anyone know of any decent program to convert mp4 files to avi files..


Plenty of free converters at tucows.com
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