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Yes
Mar 5, 2014 by Jeff
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Yes you have the option to repeat a video or all the videos.
Feb 24, 2014 by Fitzroy Ferguson
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It does work with a ripped dvd... just tried it and was able to navigate the menu just like a dvd player.
Dec 26, 2012 by Newtron
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I've never been able to get it to use .srt files at all. The only way I've found is to mux in the .srt file to create a .mkv file. If you use mkvmerge (mkvtoolnix), this takes only a few seconds.
Mar 31, 2014 by Farscape 1
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Music, video and pictures can be viewed, however some files like Word documents probably will not work. And like a lot of devices out there, there are a few video formats that it will not accept (.MKV being one), but so long as it is a stand alone HD that you can plug into with a USB cable, you should be able to view all pertinent content. Personally I have been buying 32 gig thumb drives - average movie sizes run from 700meg to 1.2 gig (more or less), so I can get about 30+ movies on a drive. I have found this helpful in organizing my movies into like genres, just wish there was a good way to ID the chips... silver Sharpies have been working well, may switch to random colored nail polish.
Dec 29, 2013 by Eric R. Luna
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I haven't looked into the incredisonic, but I can say that I am very pleased with the Speck. I have 3 of them and my little boy leaves his going 24/7 looping through his movies no problem.
Oct 14, 2013 by BlugTX
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Yes. I've only used .srt so far but I assume it recognises .sub as well.
Nov 14, 2013 by Elisa Dall'Omo
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Yes. It even has a setting for background music but I haven't figured out how to make the music part work yet.
Feb 15, 2014 by R. H. Thomason
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I have tried this device with all 3 of my portable usb HD's. None of them are 1TB in size, the largest being 500 GB, but all 3 consistently have played. It recognizes them, and plays files just fine.
Apr 21, 2013 by Mark Welborn
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