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Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Neodigits X4000

4. Using with the player

- Working with the player

The screenshot below shows what you get when looking at the folders of a data disc:

You navigate through folders with the arrows and enter button. You can view several bits of information about a file, like size, type, bitrate, video codec and resolution:

The bitrate function doesn't seem to work very well, at least with several file types we tried:

In the case of a DivX HD, the file information info was correct:

X264 files are not supported but you do get some information back:

While playing, you can get more information about the file and select subtitles, etc:

Zoom is supported, up to 5X

Unfortunately, the zoom function does not work very well, since in this case it shifted the image to the top, not centered:

More pics from this problem:

Whereas with mpeg files, zoom works perfectly:




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