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Hi David,

Thanks for the reply but a specifically was after info on whether or not you can set up folder structures for the files you copy to the P2.

Steve

I've only had a P2 for a few days and this works extremely well for .mkv playback, I think my MC PC will be hardly used from now on.
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Thanks for the reply but a specifically was after info on whether or not you can set up folder structures for the files you copy to the P2.
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Peter Gillespie

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Hi Guys,

I am looking at the DP P2 2TB or DP Lite 500Gig.

For me the decision is around the Media Player Functionality of the DP P2.

I have been told that you can copy files to it and use it as a media player of sorts. How bad is it really for that.

With my WDTV I have movies in a directory structure on a network drive (only three levels deep) to sort between movies and tv shows for adultys and kids. Is this functionality available in the P2?

Thanks

Steve

The Media Player functionality is almost the same for the DP-P2 and DP-Lite except

- DVD ISO/folders (not on Lite nor later P2s)

- playback of 3D h.264 Trial broadcasts (not on 01.05.xx firmware on earlier P2)

- DP-Lite doesn't have memory card slots so you couldn't directly play something from a memory card (but then large photos from recent digital cameras don't display well with Wizzes anyway)

If you already have movies on a network drive both the P2 and Lite can stream them from there so you don't really need to copy them across.

Comparison of the models at

http://www.beyonwiz.com.au/media/downloads...ALL_Feb2011.pdf

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FYI, was in Clive Peeters (Maroochydore QLD) yesterday, noticed they still had 500gb P2s for $324-. Not sure if same pricing at other CP stores, but for anyone in the market, may be worth investigating...

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