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sfox18
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I am the proud owner of a mavic air and have recorded some good footage, however when it come to copying the video on to another sd card to play on my Panasonic TV I have nothing but trouble formatting it. only once have I been successful since then I have failed dismally. Can any one help me with the formatting for the Panasonic viera TV?
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A CW
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I import the files onto my Mac, edit using iMovies/Photos then connect my Mac to my Sony 4K TV using an HDMI cable and have no problems viewing my final cut in 4K.
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sfox18
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Thank you for that, A  CW. I have an old steam driven laptop and whilst it will work using an hdmi link the picture is jerky as the processer is not powerful enough. therefore I want to down load the film onto an SD and let the TV read and display the video.
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A CW
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sfox18 Posted at 2018-4-9 06:24
Thank you for that, A  CW. I have an old steam driven laptop and whilst it will work using an hdmi link the picture is jerky as the processer is not powerful enough. therefore I want to down load the film onto an SD and let the TV read and display the video.

I see mate - hopefully someone will shed more light on this for you.
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Jos A
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Panasonic use special format for recording on usb.(the TV format it) Use a mediaplayer or mirror frome your phone to tv to watch.
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maurom82
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sfox18 Posted at 2018-4-9 06:24
Thank you for that, A  CW. I have an old steam driven laptop and whilst it will work using an hdmi link the picture is jerky as the processer is not powerful enough. therefore I want to down load the film onto an SD and let the TV read and display the video.

I think you should read on the TV manual the various encoding mode that tv supports. Then convert with your PC the video in a format readable and past to the SD card with a video converter (there are many free video converters into internet).
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maurom82 Posted at 2018-4-9 07:42
I think you should read on the TV manual the various encoding mode that tv supports. Then convert with your PC the video in a format readable and past to the SD card with a video converter (there are many free video converters into internet).

Yes, agree with your opinion.
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sfox18
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Thank you all for your help
I will do some more research
2018-4-10
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B1houdini
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I think You  need a Panasonic TV video converter
It will take MP4, AVI, MKV, MOV, FLV, WMV, VOB, MPG and  give them the  corresponding preferred codec required to play.
Here is one that might do the trick.

https://www.avdshare.com/panason ... avi-mkv-mov-flv-wmv
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sfox18
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Thank you B!houdini I have only just read your response. I will try it over the weekend.
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