Do you want to play AVI files on Panasonic LED TV and 4K TV from USB flash drive? In this article we will share the best method with you, and then you can easily play AVI on Panasonic LED TV & 4K TV from USB with compatible format, there will be no video playback issue anymore.
Can Panasonic LED TV play AVI files from USB?
“Hello, can anyone tell me if Panasonic LED TV can play AVI files from USB flash drive? Just several days ago I purchased a new Panasonic 4K LED TV for watching movies and TV shows. Today I copied some AVI files from computer to USB flash drive and then play on Panasonic LED TV, but I found the AVI videos can’t be played by Panasonic LED TV, is there something wrong? Any suggestion is appreciated, thanks!”
AVI video format is popular in the multimedia field, many users choose to use it as the format of videos and movies, AVI format is supported by many playable devices, but how about Panasonic LED TV? In recent months many users have reported that AVI video format can’t be played on Panasonic LED TV or 4K TV from USB port, the issue is just like the question showed above, and many users can’t find a solution for this problem, but please don’t worry about this, now we introduce the best way for you to play AVI files and any video formats on Panasonic LED TV and 4K TV from USB port, and you won’t have any problems.
Before you copy and play AVI on Panasonic LED TV from USB, you’d better check Panasonic LED TV supported video format, only supported formats can be played on Panasonic TV through USB. After checking the user manual or product page, you will know that Panasonic LED TV best supported video format is H.264 MP4, the other formats like AVI, MKV, WMV, M4V, MOV, VOB, MTS, etc. are all not well supported, so if you have videos in these unsupported video formats, you will not be able to play them on Panasonic TV via USB directly. In this case, how can we play AVI on Panasonic LED TV & 4K TV from USB without problems? The best way is to convert AVI to Panasonic LED TV supported format, such as H.264 MP4, and then you can play videos on Panasonic TV with compatible format.
In order to help you to convert AVI files to Panasonic TV supported format with top quality and speed, we want to introduce the best AVI to Panasonic TV converter for you, the software is Acrok Video Converter Ultimate, it is the best video converter on the market, it is very powerful. After you get the software, you can convert AVI and other HD videos to Panasonic TV supported format, besides HD videos, you can also use Acrok converter to convert latest Blu-ray and DVD movies to unprotected common videos, and then you can play blu-ray/DVD/HD videos on any devices without limitations. Now please download this best video converter and follow the steps below to convert AVI to Panasonic TV. You can also follow the link to learn Sharp LED TV & 4K TV supported video format USB.
1. Free download Acrok Video Converter Ultimate Windows version or Mac version from the product page, and then install this software on your computer.
2. Launch this AVI to Panasonic 4K TV Converter, you will see the brief main interface, please click add files button on the top left corner to import the files that need to transcode.
3. After you imported the videos, please click format bar to select output format. To play AVI files on Panasonic TV with compatible format, we recommend you to choose Common Video -> H.264 MP4 Video (*.mp4), this format is well supported.
4. If you want to adjust the output parameters, please click settings button to adjust the resolution, bitrate, frame rate, codec, etc. if you don’t need to adjust please skip this step.
5. click convert button to start.
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate will convert your videos at top speed and quality, NVIDIA CUDA and AMD APP acceleration is supported, so Acrok software will save much time for you. When your videos are converted please copy them to USB flash drive, and then you can play videos on Panasonic TV through USB port. You can also learn to play movies on Sony PS4 from USB Flash Drive.
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