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Hey /a/, how do you watch your anime?

I'd like to be able to watch it on my PS3/XBox using a flash drive, but neither support the traditional .mkv formatting used to sub it and frankly, I find watching dubbed distasteful.

My laptop has a screen for ants, so it's a pain to watch anything on it. Do you guys know any subbers that use .mp4 or .avi or know of a good file format converter?
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PS3 Media Server.
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>>>/g/
>>>/r/
Alternatively you can go blog or ask for tech support elsewhere.
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>>100553182
If that has anything to do with the internet, I'm not connected through my consoles. I steal my connection from the apartments behind me and can only get a good connection in the kitchen.
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This is the reason Deadfish exists.
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Laptop HDMI Out to TV HDMI In. This is a two dollar solution.
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>23" 1080p monitor
Feels good, man
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>>100553362
Hehhee, I guess I'm kind of a faggot. Can't believe I didn't think of this earlier.

Thanks.
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Or you can just connect your laptop to the TV.
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>>100553481

That's been the only solution ever since TVs started including VGA connections, then DVI, then HDMI.
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>>100553117
>im a complete retard who makes non-/a/ threads



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