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  • Why TVs doe not support H.265 Codec ??

    I have tried to open a video on sveral TVs but all of them said that this format is not supported ,
    please help

  • #2
    Are you connecting to it by USB port? H.265 is a fairly recent codec, older TVs would not support it, and even newer models might not. Some older TVs might only support .JPG images via USP port. Transcode it to a codec/format supported by the TV's in question. Check the TV Owners Guide / User Manual to see which formats the TV supports.

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    • #3
      And I have found that even though some older flat panel TVs may have a USB port and say they will play MP4/AVCHD/H.264 in their manuals, they are very picky about which files they will play. H.265 is a non-starter even for some recent TVs. Before I buy a new TV, I will load sample files on a USB stick and test floor models at a retailer.
      Regards,

      Jon

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      • #4
        Originally posted by sharif_al View Post
        I have tried to open a video on sveral TVs but all of them said that this format is not supported ,
        please help
        What format is the USB stick? exFat is far less recognised. NTFS works on nearly all TVs but start with a simple test file on Fat32.

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        • #5
          You need to go to the Television's manufacturer website and look for the video requirements for playing video by way of USB.
          Here is an example of LG's requirements.

          Video:
          https://www.lg.com/ca_en/support/pro...-1437128842789

          USB Format:​​​​​​​
          https://www.lg.com/uk/support/produc...ower%20supply.
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          • #6
            The thing a lot of people don’t realize, is that most smart TVs are built on android. The particular version of android and the selection of built in apps, codecs, etc., is left up to the tv manufacturer to decide what they want to implement. There is no dictated standard that they have to adhere to. They may even be selling current tv models that are using android versions that are several years old. This is why there is such a wide compatibility divide, and why many TVs, even new ones, still have issues with h265, in that they use older android versions and/or are missing the codecs. It’s also the reason why many of us keep saying to stick to h264 for now, as it is much more compatible with the various android versions.
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            • #7
              Also, the selection of supported formats and codecs is an economic thing, especially in budget sets. Some require paying royalties which are a cost passed on to the buyer.
              I've found that often a Bluray player connected to the TV via HDMI may often support more formats on USB media and is a viable alternative for older sets without USB video capability.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by sharif_al View Post
                I have tried to open a video on sveral TVs but all of them said that this format is not supported ,
                please help
                If you have TV that is supporting 4K HDR 10. Then also BT 709 UHD 10 bit project should work with the export setting H265/HEVC (Nvidia) Profile: main 10
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                • #9
                  You will find that TV's are very fussy about the file profile and how it has been exported. Agree on the memory stick formats above.

                  Step 1 is can the TV see the stick, step 2 is does it understand the file format?

                  When exporting to stick use Main Profile, 9MBits/Sec VBR max 19MBits Max. TV's like 4:2:0 but you can select 10 bit in the extended settings. As I have a Xeon based PC I am using the NVidia encoder which is rather slow.

                  Main 10 profile will not work and is the natural one to go for when exporting from a 10 bit project.

                  Tested with Samsung 4K/UHD QLED TV

                  Regards

                  Mike



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                  • #10
                    I've owned my LG C8 for over two years now and I use it's USB input to play my 10 bit HEVC encoded videos.

                    I've had no issues.
                    Claire

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                    • #11
                      LG is very solid with USB playback. Just use the required settings. I play NVENC created h.265 files without issue.
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