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Post time 12-6-2018 01:37:53 |Show all posts
Can't enjoy the AVI videos on your Panasonic TV via USB? That happens and as common, not only to you! According to some forums, many Panasonic TV users complain AVI can not be played on on Panasonic TV. If you have akin problem, no worry, here we will offer you the best method to play AVI videos on Panasonic TV.
  From¬†Best video format Panasonic TV, we clearly know that Panasonic TV supported formats are limited, Panasonic TV does not support AVI., it mostly supports MP4 H.264 codec. If your AVI videos can’t be played on Panasonic TV, you’d better to try out the easier and quicker way, that is to encode AVI files to H.264 MP4 that can be played on Panasonic TV.
  Luckily,¬†Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate for Mac¬†can give you helps. This top AVI Converter can easily transcode AVI to Panasonic TV supported format. It is worth mentioning that this powerful converter recently¬†upgraded to TV profile optimized settings, you can directly selet TV kind default supported format, which brings conveniences to you. Use it, you can not only change AVI to MP4 best suitable for the Panasonic TV, but also you can edit the AVI video with the built-in editor. In addition to Panasonic TV, it also supports transcoding AVI video to Samsung TV, LG TV, Sony TV,¬†¬†and more popular TVs.¬†
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  How to transcode AVI to Panasonic TV playable MP4?
  Step 1. Import AVI files
  Drag AVI files to the software interface to import the file. It support batch conversion. If you wanna join AVI files into one, please check out the "Merge into one file" box.
  Step 2. Select TV supported format
  Set output video format under Format > "TVS". From TV official website you will get some info about the video format supported, you can also get the detail info in your TV user manual, here choose &ldquoanasonic TV (*.mp4)”. In general, mp4 is a well-accepted file format for its ability to save memory storage and keep up the video quality.
  Before start the AVI conversion for Panasonic TV, you can click the Settings icon and adjust the video bitrate, codec, frame rate, audio sample rate, etc parameters.
  Step 3. Start AVI to Panasonic TVconversion
  Now you've come to the last step, just hit Convert to kick off the AVI to Panasonic TV conversion.¬†
  After converting, you can copy your movies to USB flash drive and then you can enjoy high-definition AVI movies on Panasonic TV via USB freely. Take a try now!
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