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so.. aside from not knowing how to get the subtitles to work, I've so far been able to download the movie files and copy them to a 32GB flash drive and then watch them through my bluray player. Until I tried this with "The Frame". I can't even seem to get it to download straight to my flash drive. It says something about being too big for the file system?

anyone else have this or similar problems and know of any solutions? I'm sure I could watch it right at my computer but it's just not the same. Smaller screen, not as good sound, no couch and footrest, etc.
This question / problem has been solved by snowkattimage
ah yes your usb stick is fat 32
fat 32 cant handle files bigger then 4 gig

format it as ntfs and bobs your aunties living lover

ie it wil be fine

(assuming your blue ray player can read ntfs my ps3 for example cant )
Post edited December 31, 2014 by snowkatt
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snowkatt: ah yes your usb stick is fat 32
fat 32 cant handle files bigger then 4 gig

format it as ntfs and bobs your aunties living lover

ie it wil be fine

(assuming your blue ray player can read ntfs my ps3 for example cant )
Thx. Reformatted it and now to see if the player recognizes it. <fingers crossed>