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    Is there a media player for TVs (connected by HDMI) with usb drive ( with my contents ) that I can watch TV episodes and delete them after viewing so I dont have to manually record (on notebook or something)

    where I am up to eg Married with children series 2 episode 5 next time I know I am up to Series 2 episode 6 .

    Eg foxtel IQ2 box recordings are listed and when I view an episode it marks it as "viewed" so I can delete it or know where I am up to ??

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    my blue-eye does
    ie astone

    so does my cheapo media player

    i thought they all would
    why do we need the NBN ? because the copper network is constipated & needs fibre

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philquad View Post
    my blue-eye does
    ie astone

    so does my cheapo media player

    i thought they all would
    Thanks mate are you using an app on the MQX Pro or just playing them from the file manager, and how are they deleted. ?

    After no initial replies to this post I purchased the MX10+, it should be here tomorrow, thats why I asked if u are using an app for playback.




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    Quote Originally Posted by RedXT View Post
    Thanks mate are you using an app on the MQX Pro or just playing them from the file manager, and how are they deleted. ?
    \Thanks Thomo
    just stock player i think, you can put vcl or anything on them really
    the delete process lol
    ok get into the file manager or the c: in my case, then i just worked out
    the icons across the top, 1 put them in list mode so you can tick them
    another shows delete, using teamviewer from pc is the go.
    i need a new one, my old job wont stream anything over 2.5gb (netflux ok)
    & the newer shit one i bought, has more memory but has graphics corruption.

    but using t\v with a tablet, lappy, phone, anything but the remote is easier
    why do we need the NBN ? because the copper network is constipated & needs fibre

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    Any Kodi experts here ? I know the x10 box is a cheap chinese box but it struggles to play the basic mp4 files from my usb drive (all play fine directly to the tv) without flickering etc on the Samsung series 7 Tv

    Testing on youtube 4k files seems reasonable

    anyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedXT View Post
    Any Kodi experts here ? I know the x10 box is a cheap chinese box but it struggles to play the basic mp4 files from my usb drive (all play fine directly to the tv) without flickering etc on the Samsung series 7 Tv

    Testing on youtube 4k files seems reasonable

    anyone
    kodi? its a program, if the "box" is weak on ram, maybe, can you try a portable hard drive, usb sticks can be slow as
    & put vlc on it to play stuff, its my fav
    why do we need the NBN ? because the copper network is constipated & needs fibre

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