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Good Morning

 

In my LG 55UB085T, most of the mp4 videos not working

Its says Unrecognizable File format

 

However same files works on other old tv and players

 

 

Please help

 

On LB650V the # character in the name of the video file causes Unrecognizable File Format error so you can try renaming the files to see if it helps. If that doesn't help use MediaInfo to compare the video/audio formats inside the container with some file that works.

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