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Is there any software to stream .MKV files ( 3d 1080P)

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It doesn't work with windows media player and i really don't know any other software that'll do the trick

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Download VLC and you will never return to WMP

I'll check it out

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Em divX player should be able to deal with that.

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i use klite codec pack since 2008 didnt had issues with it (of course its getting updated regularly) and you can use windows media player or other players with it (it will install the codecs that is needed by the player)

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I used VLC player a lot until i notice MPC looked a lot better

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i use media player classic home cinema. it playes everything i need it to play except for the comparision video that pcper uploads....

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VLC will offer you the best overall experience, I think. There are other players that look fancier or have more options for prettying up the audio and video - but VLC offers the ability to play damn near any type of file with very few hiccups and fantastic performance. It even offers to repair damaged videos if it can. :)

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The majority of my media collection is in .mkv format and I have no problems with VLC and XBMC.

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The majority of my media collection is in .mkv format and I have no problems with VLC and XBMC.

Have to agree. VLC and XBMC are two of my favorites

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Ill vote VLC on this.

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vlc but are you trying to wacth or stream u said stream lol


 

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U want to stream 3d movies from pc/laptop to a smart tv? If you do and have a LG or Samsung tv try Plex Media Server.

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Oh, if it's for streaming your content then I'd heavily suggest http://www.ps3mediaserver.org/'>PS3 Media Server.

 

It was originally developed as a DLNA Server to stream content for the PlayStation 3, but thanks to continuous updates over the years is a very powerful piece of software that seems to work with pretty much any devices with DLNA compatibility. It also has the ability to transcode media on the fly, and does an excellent job of it too.

 

I've been using it for a good 4 years to handle the streaming of my movie and music library, which is just over 1TB in size. Windows Media Player and several other programs encounter errors processing such a large library (which is odd, as 1TB isn't particularly big nowadays) - but PS3 Media Server handles it flawlessly. :)

 

 

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vlc is awesome i am using it for years 

and for setting up a server you could use twonky emit or Allshare 

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I use VLC Portable and have had no issues what so ever. I can stream to any wired/wireless device on my network and it's in full 720p/1080p. Best part is that there is no need of codec packs and that is a plus.

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Vlc play mkv files so smoothly and can enable gpu acceleration

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CCCP and window media player classic.

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been using vlc for a while now , very happy with it ,

added bonus it plays movies with sub tittle files no hassles

 

one the 1st programs i install on any new build i do

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  • 4 weeks later...

As far as streaming software goes, I'd recommend running Plex.

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Whats your intended use?

 

Watch movies on your computer?

Then go with VLC as it's the most known and well supported video decoder. 

 

Watch movies on your TV using streaming? 

NAS + Apple Tv + Air Video (Surley there are other alternatives for other devices)

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