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HOW DO I USE THE USB PORT TO PLAY MOVIES


Tom,

To be able to play movies stored on a USB device (it doesn´t matter if it's a usb pen, a usb hard drive, etc), you will need two things:

1.- The device where you want to play the movies must support the USB device that you're using (not all USBs are the same, and they can be formatted differently, too). So if when you plug it in, the TV doesn´t recognize it, use a different USB device.

2.- The movies that you put on the USB device must be palyable by your device. ie: your TV, BluRay, etc must be able to decode and play the movie format, and this can be AVI, DIVX, XVID, H624, QT, MKV, etc. Even if your device reproduces DIVX movies, if the movie is encoded in a weird format, it won't be playable. The fastest way to know is trial and error.

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I was wondering what format i need to use to be able to play movies that i have on my usb on my TV. Its a Sansui 39 inch LED.


Hi,
Based on the user manual for your TV, I don't believe you can play media from a USB device on your 39in model.
The USB port on the TV is used for the 'Time Shift' feature on your TV (which allows you to pause, play and rewind broadcast TV).
I do not believe your TV can play digital media without a device providing video output.
Hope that helps. http://www.sansuiproducts.com/images/manuals/SLED3900.pdf

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TV is not showing the USB data


maybe you did not properly select the right application in your tv... example if you play movies go to movies menu and if thats music go to music menu and also for pictures go to picture menu......or the format of you data is not supported of you TV..

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CAN"T PLAY MOVIES FROM MY USB ON 32 inch HISENSE TV. What format should the movies be in? Presently they are in avi


i have a 32inch hisense led tv i watch movie using usb but it stop and back to the begining when the movie is over 2hours.. hope you can help me .

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I cant play movies via usb on my emerson tv


The file format maybe wrong check the device your using to play movies with and see what type of files it plays etc.

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I would advise knocking down the resolution. Try and use software, like red kawa, to convert a few of your movies to different formats till you find a decent one. A widely accepted codec setup is Divx/XVid (both are the same) and MP3 sound.

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