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During automatic tuning, you did see the pictures to each channels tuned in; at least for a second, before going forward and the TV switches back after the tuning have ended, and no channels signal is not memorized; its main system control memory IC is faulty. Contact any service technician.
PS3 DLNA Video-Play MTS/M2TS Videos from Computer to Non-DLNA TV with PlayStation 3 <br />Full Guide to Setup Windows 7 for PS3 with DLNA Streaming to HDTV <br />
<br />The HDTV in my living room is non-DLNA compliant. It is the 50-inch Panasonic VIERA TC-P50G25 Plasma HDTV. Even though my PC is running Windows 7 with WMP 12, the videos could not be streamed to the Plasma TV via DLNA. It is quite inconvenient for home sharing. <br /><br />When looking for the solution for <b><a href="http://www.aunsoft.com/final-mate/">playing videos from PC to non-DLNA TV</a></b>, I got to know that I could download my Sony XR550 videos from camcorder to PC, connect PlayStation 3 to HDTV via HDMI cable as the media player - <b><a href="http://sony-mts-converter.com/2011/07/play-mtsm2ts-videos-from-computer-to-non-dlna-tv-with-playstation-3/">Stream Sony AVCHD from PC to Panasonic via DLNA with PS3</a></b>. The PS3 is generally used as game console. I also use Aunsoft Final Mate to join the AVCHD files from my XR550 to manage the clips for certain occasion and events. <br /><br />The first thing I do is to make sure PS3 can read the videos from PC. As Windows 7 is DLNA compliant, I just need to make sure the "Windows Media Player Sharing Service" is enabled automatically. Get the clips to the shared folder for video. <br /> <br />Note: The "Windows Media Player Sharing Service" is available in the Service section. Just right-click on My Computer > Manage > Services and Applications > Services, and you can find "Windows Media Player Sharing Service". <br /><br />Wait for a while, and PS3 would read the video files from PC. Then for playing <b><a href="http://www.aunsoft.com/final-mate/">AVCHD files flawlessly via DLNA</a></b> with PS3, we join clips from Sony XR550 into one large file. Run Aunsoft Final Mate, and go to the Resource tab to browse the folder with the .mts files from XR550. Click the Create New Movie button, drag and drop files from Resource tab to the movie ID. Click the Export button and the files will be joined seamlessly for DLNA sharing. <br /> <br /><b>Tips:</b> <br />If the PS3 does not display the PC as source folder, we shall allow the access to Windows 7 as media server. <br /><br />Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Change Advance Sharing Settings, and you would face the window like below: <br /> <br />Make sure the "Network discovery" and "File sharing" are selected as turn on. Go to the Media streaming section and click "Choose media streaming options..." to make sure you allow PS3 for streaming. Then <b><a href="http://www.aunsoft.com/final-mate/">PS3 would read video files from PC</a></b> for HDTV playback.
While playing your movie in your PC, change the screen resolution to lower, and then check your television. The error is in the playing format which your HDTV cannot play while receiving the video signal, which could be of very high resolution or also can be very lower. Try to adjust it, also check your media player properties, might be its conflicting, or some setting should needed to set-up.Check thoroughly for best results.
If you are talking about an older VHS or Beta recorder, the tuning for recording is done by the player itself. If you are using an outdoor antenna to recieve your local stations to record, most likely you will need a digital TV adaptor to convert the over the air digital signals to an analog signal the tape player can understand.
hi there! first to check here is the HDMI connection, if there are okay then next to check is the desktop properties on PC. From desktop open the Display Properties and go to Settings Tab. On that window you to ensure that you are selecting Multiple Monitors on the display. set the resolution of your display to minimal ratio just to avoid some error such as Mode is not Supported.
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The TV is tuned to show a frequency and hence like analog and not digital signals. If you covert the output to match that of your TV like NTSC or PAL or SECAM mode then they will be visible on your TV (depend upon your country's specifications)too. Hope this helps....sodeep (PS There is an option in Nero Software)
This turned out to be due to weirdness in my laptop's onboard graphics card. If I set the external monitor to display the way an external monitor usually does, as a clone of the laptop screen, the videos show up blank. But if I set it as dual-screen (extend my desktop to this monitor) and drag the video app onto the second monitor, it works fine.