[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/10/w3h8sO.jpg[/newsimage]DivX and consumer products maker LG Electronics have teamed up to bring the DivX TV front-end software suite to three LG Blu-ray players via a free firmware update. The update offers LG owners the ability to access new video channels and content on various LG blu-ray players. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/divx-tv-added-to-lg-blu-ray-players-via-free-firmware-update-35549/](http://www.myce.com/news/divx-tv-added-to-lg-blu-ray-players-via-free-firmware-update-35549/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
“but the update is available to US owners only.”
Hm, well, is that the best way???
Divx is still the best low end form of video conversion. How else can you get that big 7 gig file on a little cd disk? I bought 4 Philips DVD players with divx built in, over a year ago. I hardly ever use discs anymore, flash drives have replaced the use for them. And if that doesn’t work, HDMI can go from computers straight into TV’s, totally bypassing and video device. This is NOT the way they want you to move, not needing their precious vhs/dvd/blu ray players. I saw USB’s on a lot of players for a year or 2, then they stopped. Guess they got smart, and saw what was happening.
Don’t forget that if you upgrade you will inherit the Cinavia DRM Aimed to Stop Piracy On Blu-ray, PS3s :
Thanks for the info.