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Yes. I have tested this. It may take a while to pull the table of contents if you have a lot of movies on the drive.
By Danny W on June 14, 2013
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It plays all of your internet apps, like netflix, hulu, etc. but the main reason i bought it is that it also plays all of your own media. iv'e been consolidating my DVD library onto a big hard drive along with all my pictures and music. This device will easily play all of that.
By B. D. on February 26, 2014
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no, it's pretty much the PS3 that is associated with that. it only happens on movies made by or associated with Sony. the WDTV isn't affected buy this block. that's why I bought it inthe first place. enjoy....
By loyd miller on March 30, 2014
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It plays everything exactly like a DVD. I have all the DVD menu and bonus features of my movies from the portable hard drive. I asked the same thing before I got it.
By BAH on May 27, 2014
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Navigating the library doesn't take too long, but the initial loading when you first turn on the unit does take about a minute to load up. When you first hit the power button on the remote, the WD-Live logo shows up, it loads the network, then the screen goes blank for a few seconds, then the logo comes back up, and i… see more Navigating the library doesn't take too long, but the initial loading when you first turn on the unit does take about a minute to load up. When you first hit the power button on the remote, the WD-Live logo shows up, it loads the network, then the screen goes blank for a few seconds, then the logo comes back up, and it finishes loading. Once that is done, the navigation is pretty fast. Although, the media is displayed and scrolls horizontally, instead of vertically. Meaning you use the side arrows or page advance arrows instead of up and down, which took a bit to get used to for me. see less Navigating the library doesn't take too long, but the initial loading when you first turn on the unit does take about a minute to load up. When you first hit the power button on the remote, the WD-Live logo shows up, it loads the network, then the screen goes blank for a few seconds, then the logo comes back up, and it finishes loading. Once that is done, the navigation is pretty fast. Although, the media is displayed and scrolls horizontally, instead of vertically. Meaning you use the side arrows or page advance arrows instead of up and down, which took a bit to get used to for me.
By Will H. on February 26, 2014
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yes, no problem
By jaytsherman on August 19, 2013
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The WD TV Live is not a wireless access point, only a wireless client. You will need a wireless router as well. Hope that helps...
By Robert Weimann on December 14, 2013
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Yes. You have to use the set-up feature to change subtitle default to on.
By Angel on January 6, 2014