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pstub 2009-12-08 11:53:13 UTC #9 Hello nCoder! FLV file extensions are NOT supported. I am guessing tis because you have not changed a sound setting ? If you need an HDMI cable you know works with the WD TV see the link below: http://store.westerndigital.com/store/wdus/en_US/AddItemToRequisition/ThemeID.1300400/productID.116752200 pstub 2009-12-07 21:53:25 UTC #5 I state in the first post that I http://wphomeguide.com/no-sound/no-sound-w-media-player-or-real-one-player.php

Pictures -- JPEG/JPG, GIF, TIF/TIFF, BMP, PNG JPEG only supports compressed RGB format files. All Rights Reserved. You will need an audio receiver capable of decoding these codecs for additional channels. Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Log In WD Mini has no sound WD Legacy Products WD TV Live & Live Plus Gonzo2u 2012-04-25

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RMVB videos from Real Media are not supported. Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... Going from HDMI to component on two different TVs is the problem.

You may also... Third. You can select: Auto Manual selection: Note: These settings do not apply during DVD video playback. AAC capable receiver Dolby digital capable receiver Dolby digital plus capable receiver DTS capable A local disk, NAS, or a DLNA server?

Regards, Home Categories FAQ/Guidelines Terms of Service Privacy Policy Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled Support Downloads Knowledge Base German Spanish Italian French Log In No sound through HDMI Wd Tv Live No Sound Hdmi WDC Support Downloads Knowledge Base Product Registration Warranty Services Contact Ask a Question Contact Support Feedback Other Sites MyCloud.com Online Learning Center CONNECT WD Blog © 2017 Western Digital Technologies, Inc. This system is the consumer version of the DTS standard, using a similar codec without needing separate DTS CD-ROM media. https://community.wd.com/t/wd-tv-media-player-mkv-no-sound-and-incorrect-file-size/30128 However, I get no sound!

Home Categories FAQ/Guidelines Terms of Service Privacy Policy Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled Support Downloads Knowledge Base German Spanish Italian French Log In WD TV Media player MKV The video file is 4.14GB it says so in the media info only the audio is 1.21GB.  With the size of the audio file I am begining to think that it And exactly what model player do you have? Second, I already replied to this question from you higher up in this thread.

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In case the answer did not answer your question, you can always visit the WD Community for help from WD users. Suggest: 1.  Test that HDMI audio is working out of the box (if you don't have any other HDMI TVs or an HDMI receiver, then take it to a friend's house). Wdtv Live No Sound TIFF only supports single layer files. There will be no sound. In case the answer did not answer your question, you can always visit the WD Community for help from WD users.

WD TV HD Media Player (Gen 1) WD TV Live Streaming, WD TV Live Hub, WD TV Live (WDBAAx0000NBK), WD TV Live Plus and WD TV HD Media Player (Gen 2) http://wphomeguide.com/no-sound/no-sounds-except-for-windows-media-player-files.php It is used for in-movie sound both on film and on DVD, on CD and during the last few years of the Laserdisc format's existence, several releases had DTS soundtracks. The WD TV Mini Media Player only supports certain types of codecs based on the extension of your file. Join the community here.

Check your HDMI cable. I have a WD My Book 2T Hard drive and all my movies are AVI. You will need to use conversion software to convert them to a supported format. news You will need to use conversion software to convert them to a supported format.

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JPEG/JPG has a max resolution of 4096x4096 unless it is in a progressive format, then maxes out at 1280x720.

Upgraded to the last firmware without problems. I have also re connected back to the other TV where I can get it to work no problem. pstub 2009-12-07 21:54:26 UTC #6 This seems very strange, as there was no problem whatsoever with the very same HDMI-cable when I used it with the Freecom-player... wdtvhub 2012-04-25 12:26:48 UTC #3 This is the Live Hub forum.

Audio -- MP3, WMA, MPA, M4A, MP4A, OGG, WAV/PCM/LPCM, AAC, FLAC, Dolby Digital, AIF/AIFF, MKA An audio receiver is required for surround sound output (including the unsupported DTS audio codec). Privacy Policy Terms of Use Trademarks Select your Language Language 中文(繁體) 中文(简体) Čeština Deutsch English Español Francais ελληνικά Italiano 日本語 한국어 Polski Português РУССКИЙ Türk Return to WDC.com WD Community Contact If I remember correctly there's an issue with playing DTS audio but I could be wrong. More about the author If it's still the same, get a new HDMI cable.

JPEG/JPG has a max resolution of 4096x4096 unless it is in a progressive format, then maxes out at 1280x720. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? If a file type is not listed in the compatible formats below, and does not play on your model of the WD TV, you can attempt to convert the file to First of all, I state in my first post that I have tried both.

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