|Feb 4, 2013, 02:43 PM||#1|
extreme & roku
i have an airport extreme with a usb hard drive attached, works like a dream i currently connect it to my laptop and atv2 which I've jailbroken, can i connect it to a roku player though? thinking file formats, etc etc.
|Feb 6, 2013, 10:15 AM||#2|
Roku's USB file system can handle,
FAT,NTFS, HFS+. It can read Mac formatted drives! Yes! I used a Buffalo portable drive formatted in HFS+ and it worked like a charm!
Plus I slipped in a 16 GB microSD card lying around.
I used Handbrake ripped movies and it worked flawlessly. I tried a MKV that I made from a DVD(not Blue Ray) and it didn't work. I read somewhere that MKV of DVD's has MPEG-2 stream and Roku's MKV only play h.264 codec or something like that.
Waiting for my external USB Blu Ray drive so I can test that as well.
Lots of Apple,Sony and other gadgets.
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