All files 1080i/37mbps/Feed/ about VMAs doesn't work on TVs

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  1. GABSEDP

    GABSEDP @gabsedp

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    Why all the files about VMA in extreme quality(1 GB or 1.5 GB or 1.7 GB) does not play on TV usb? My TV shows only the sound, but the image stays green and does not show.

    Only with VMAs it happens. Since 2011(Adele, Britney Tribute, Gaga Applause, Rita & Iggy BW, Nicki Ariana Jessie J Medley).

    Does it happen with someone?
     
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  3. Dfrazzer

    Dfrazzer Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator Capper V . I . P. Donor

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    I just read that usb 2.0 has a 35 mb/s read speed limit so that could be the problem.
     
  4. Ari10i

    Ari10i Active Member

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    It's because the files are 4:2:2
     
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    GABSEDP @gabsedp

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    What does it mean? How can i solve it?
     
  6. VodzigorLans

    VodzigorLans Well-Known Member Capper

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    It says in mediainfo Format profile: Main@L4.0 if it says 4:2:2 you most likely wont be able to play it at your tv but you can play it at your pc. And please give us a link to any of those videos.
     
  7. GABSEDP

    GABSEDP @gabsedp

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    but i'd like to see on tv =(.....low quality(600 mb) works normaly....but 1.7...1.5 gb...does not work!

    sad
     
  8. hiepham

    hiepham VideoHolic

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    Almost videos compressed in 422 chroma (both MPEG2 and H.264 codec) only opened nomarly in PC, just a few Media Player Standalones can handle them like WDTV live (works with MPEG2 422). So if you want to watch those performances on TV, you need connect your PC to TV through HDMI/DisplayPort/VGA cable... And the most important thing is you need to choose the proper decoders in your PC to decode those video properly (in some cases, you also need a powerful CPU enough because none of current GPU sold in the market are able to decode 10bit videos)