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It will give you a daily trip to the moon, wash your socks and play fetch with your dog. A22: There are five display modes: auto, letterbox, full screen, stretch, and native. I read on some forums where other people are having the problem and they are suppose to be working on it. Stream videos from your Windows Media Center PC by using your Xbox 360 as a Media Center Extender.

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Please log in to reply 7 replies to this topic #1 boston_BEN OFFLINE boston_BEN Newbie Members 7 posts Local time: 06:07 AM Posted 09 i mean its the same thing anyway Matt says: January 15, 2009 at 7:13 am Been trying to get this to work for ages, echoing what other people have said on Q4: What exactly does Xbox 360 support for WMV (VC-1)? Select Display. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-pictures/xbox-extender-cannot-play-any-video-or-music/c9a19e37-0abc-427a-bc6d-16b113bd6257

lol, personally i dont trust most microsoft products, the only reason i used WMP11 is because i have used it for ages and it is the only program with windows media i guess it must've been because i had encoded the avi's with xvid (mp4). Which is to bad, because .mkv is such a fantastic format that can hold quality stuff at significantly smaller sizes.

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Xbox 360 has strict requirement for Thanks anyway man.

Leave the filesystem as FAT seeing the xbox only picks up FAT hard disks and put all your movies on to there then connect it to the xbox's USB ports.... Related Issues Xbox 360 audio-video support Connect your Xbox 360 console to a sound system Back to top Was this article helpful? Again connect your Xbox console by VGA. Back to top Top #3 boston_BEN OFFLINE boston_BEN Newbie Members 7 posts Local time: 06:07 AM Posted 09 April 2014 - 09:08 AM Hi ebr, Thank you for the

pfft micro$$oftthe only Microsoft product I like is the xbox. What encoders does Xbox 360 support? Back to top Top #8 boston_BEN OFFLINE boston_BEN Newbie Members 7 posts Local time: 06:07 AM Posted 09 April 2014 - 08:33 PM Best Answer Problem solved. I have read all the comments here and have a comment of my own.

Important Select No even if the display is correct. Xbox 360 (The Xbox 360 should be on, looking for PC's for WMP11 to pick it up as a new device) 3. In fact, if you smash hard enough to make a new hole, it'll play old cartridge type games too! To get the problematic .avi files to play, I did the following... 1) I installed a program called VideoContainerSwitcher (can be found on SourceForge). 1a) It needs ffmpeg

Store Store home Devices Microsoft Surface PCs & tablets Xbox Virtual reality Accessories Windows phone Software Office Windows Additional software Apps All apps Windows apps Windows phone apps Games Xbox One http://www.thegreenbutton.tv/forums/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=7790 Once the xbox 360 is allowed, open up the same menu again (Library Tab), but this time, click on "Add to Library" which is above "Media Sharing. 4. The only problem I can imagine is that the hidden Mcx1 user either didn't get it's own copy of shark007 codecs when I installed them or doesn't have access to the Q16: Why don’t some of my older versions of DivX files play?

if you plan on watching movies your way though, another option you have is to go and buy a notebook hard drive and an enclosure to make a small external (or Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this third-party contact information. Q32: How can I get Windows Media Player 11 to stream MPEG-4 Part 2 and H.264 to my console? Both of these sort options are persistent and linked to your profile so you do not need to set them every time.

like a very nice car but from inside it is reall shit i agree with fuckmicrosoft and the others ? A13: The maximum file size for an AVI, MPEG-4 Part 2, or H.264 file that can be played is 4 GB. 4 GB is also the maximum size of any single Q12: What size USB storage device does Xbox 360 support? i searched everywhere for it but couldnt find it..

encrypted soul says: January 23, 2009 at 11:04 pm Gary is absolutely correct.. After the update is downloaded, you’ll be able to use the update with any profile. Q37: How can I play music from my iPhone and iPod Touch?

If you keep the new settings, your TV will be tested to see if it also supports this setting at 50Hz." Select Yes, keep these settings.

my only other option is to throw together a cheap pc and have it running in the living room. H264? so i don't really see any point updating it, besides, this is pretty useless now seeing an update pretty much added most of these formats...I was looking on the net and I would've thought this wouldn't be of any use to anyone anymore seeing the xbox has the major codecs as part of it's software now.

Nonetheless, thankyou for your comment :)

This functionality is not available in through the Xbox 360's Media Center Extender. There is a known issue in which 25 or 50 fps video sometimes can’t be displayed over a VGA connection if you previously connected your Xbox console through component video output. Xbox only supports each audio and video codec in the explicit containers as defined in questions 1 through 4. Part 1.

If you have any problem about this issue, you can get detailed answers in this page. Set Output Format In the format list, choose "MP4", which can be compatible with Xbox 306, as the output video format. Tmaswupass says: March 9, 2010 at 2:20 am Hi there all,i had the same problem back when i was using win vista ULT..never able to play anything from my based PC..but