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tonazza

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Hello everyone :),

 

2 weeks ago I bought an LG 42LB630V, and I'm quite happy with it.

 

I just have a couple issues on controlling video file playback:

1) it's not possible to fast forward or fast backward a video file playing from a DLNA server via LAN; I've seen other topics in which people say it depends on the format - here I wasn't able to find a single file working; from USB instead it works perfectly;

2) whether from USB or DLNA, I'm not able to jump to a desired point of a movie (similar to "go-to" function found in every VHS/DVD/BR player)

 

About issue number 2, does anyone know if there is a way to call a "go-to" like function with the remote control?

 

Thanks!

Andrea (Italy)

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