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    I copied a 2-hour movie from a Blu-ray disc and saved it as a *.mkv file. The file is 22.1gb in size.

    I then copied the file to a 128gb MicroSDXC card and put it in my S5.

    The video plays perfectly in my S5, using MX Player and the required DTS codec.

    However, I'm a little concerned because it takes a huge toll on battery life, as well as make the back of the phone extremely hot. I assume it's because the raw video from the Blu-ray requires a lot of processing. Am I harming the phone somehow?

    I guess I can convert the video down to 3 or 4gb on my PC then play it on the phone, but that usually takes 5 or 6 hours for a 2 hours movie.
    01-26-2015 08:50 PM

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