Hi, i have a brand new 42" tv, when i connect a camcorder to watch a movie that i have recorded , it come up in black and white, when i play old vhs casettes in the video , it plays in black and white , however the sky box is colour and the panasonic home theater kit plays in colour, please can you help me ,, thanks
i first plugged it in the front of the tv in av5 , the picture was black and white
secondly i connected it up with a scart at the rear of the tv, on av3 and it was still black and white,
i also connected it through my video (video setting avf) and still black and white,
the video is a bush ,
If it's just one video plug, then perhaps you have to set av5 as being in colour somwhere in the menus. If you require three wires for the pictures, as blue, green, and red, then make sure they aren't in the wrong ports.
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Split and Join Canon HF M300 Full HD MTS to Panasonic HDTV with no loss of quality <br />
I am using Canon HF M300 to record videos and the camcorder saves AVCHD files in .mts format. The Canon VIXIA HF M300 captured 1920 x 1080 24Mbps Full HD Recording. I connect the Canon Camcorder to my Panasonic HDTV via direct USB. However, I found my shooting video of the HF M300 have some pause and interlace in the process of recording. So I need to delete much unwanted mts clips and join into one big files. So I asked for some help on some forums and was recommended to try freeware TSmuxer, TSsniper which can help me to split and merge mts files. But it is frustrated for Mac users because most of them can only work on Windows platform. Then one of my friend recommended to a new <b>MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 cutter/joiner software</b> for Final Mate for Mac exactly what I want - delete the unwant .mts clips and merge HF M300 1080/60p meaningful MTS files to one single MTS files without re-encoding. And I had succeed play those merged .mts files on my Panasonic TV. <br /><br />Here is the detailed guide introduces how to <b><a href="http://canon-videoconverter.com/2011/06/split-and-join-canon-hf-m300-full-hd-mts-to-panasonic-hdtv-with-no-loss-of-quality/">Split and Join HF M300 record AVCHD .mts clips for Watching/Playing on Panasonic HDTV</a></b> with Mac OS X Snow Leopard on iMac, MacBook, Mac Pro. <br /><br />Step 1: Import/Capture Canon HF M300 Camcorder AVCHD files to Aunsoft Final Mate for Mac. <br />Free Download Final Mate for Mac as a <b><a href="http://www.aunsoft.com/final-mate-mac/">Best Mac Manage MTS Converter</a></b>. When Aunsoft <b>Final Mate for Mac</b> is run, it can automatically detect and pop up a wizard for you to capture video from camcorder. The videos would be listed on the "Camcorder" tab. <br /><br />Step 2: Create a Movie for <b>cutting and joining HF M300 1080/24Mbps MTS clips</b>. <br />Click the Add movie button, and choose the" For Lossless Output", a movie about cut mts for lossless output will be created by default. Then select one or multiple mts video files you would like to split, join from the Camcorder tab and then drag and drop them to Movie tab. In this way, a Movie for no re-encoding will be created. <br /> <br />Step 3. <b>Cut off unwanted parts from raw MTS movie for store</b>. <br />From the timeline, to cut/trim the video, just play it and click the Split button when it plays to the frame you want, and then click the "Delete" button next to the <b>Split</b> button to remove the unwanted. And the Previous Frame and Next Frame buttons can help you locate each frame of the videos and cut with frame accuracy. <br /> <br />Step 4. <b>Join/combine HF M300 AVCHD MTS raw footage</b>. <br />To <b>join</b> another clip to the end of the movie, just select the file, drag and drop to the movie ID. The files will be joined into one file as output. <br /><br />Step 5. <b>Export One Big raw HF M300 MTS with no loss of quality</b>. <br />Click the Export button and you click the OK button, the Mac MTS/M2TS cutter/joiner will start merging large .mts files into one mts without conversion at the fast speed. The non-conversion process will prevent loss of quality when <b><a href="http://www.aunsoft.com/final-mate-mac/">Mac joining HF M300 avchd camcorder files for storing</a></b>. <br /> <br />After a few seconds, I <b><a href="http://www.aunsoft.com/final-mate-mac/">Connect Canon Camcorder Movies to my Panasonic HDTV</a></b> via direct USB. Then <b>Stream Canon HF M300 MTS to TV for watching</b> with family. The output mts also can store the video on your home server, NAS or external hard drive.
The tv can be fix about half of the price of a new one.This tv brand and model known to have alot of power supply board issues.The price about between $500-$550 Tech. replaced tv with a new refurbish power supply board replacement or troubleshooting and by replacing components parts on the power supply board.
Try all of your HDMI inputs, one may be rated at the correct voltage to be able to display the video. The offical part that Panasonic was giving for this was PDPHDMIKIT, its basically a HDMI extender that regulates the voltage. The part is still available online, try partstore.com or andrews-electronics.
The VCR needs to be connected between your Satellite box and your TV. If you can specify the all of the components in your system and how you currently have them connected I can easily help you with the proper wiring strategy.
Hi,you have not said weather you are using a scart lead(euro connecter)or an RF lead,if you are using the later don't,please connect the vcr to the tv via the scart to scart euro connecters,use a good quality scart lead(the thicker the better)as the thicker ones generally are 21 pins connected meaning it should be auto switching so as soon as you play a tape it will come straight on.
What type of connection are you using when connecting the DVD to the TV? (Component, Svideo, etc) You might want to first try a different connection from the DVD to the TV. Let me know if that works. Could be a bad cable also or a bad connection.