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LG - 32LG80FR - USB video file formats


Hi everyone

I have bought LG JAZZ LCD TV (32LG80FR)

Can someone help me with the video file formats that can be played through USB.

I know its divx but I downloaded a high definition video from DIVX official site and tried to play it on TV but it shows "File not supported".
I get this error for many files.

Here is file information of files that played and not played:

Played file 1


Played file 2


Not Played


It appears that the resolution is playing part in this thing. Any help is appreciated.

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High res Divx ,even DVD player dont support.
Try only lower one.
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Re: LG - 32LG80FR - USB video file formats

Thanks spirovious

I also thought so.

Do you downscale HD videos to watch on DVD player / LCD TV

If yes then which s/w do you use to do so?

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Thanks spirovious

I also thought so.

Do you downscale HD videos to watch on DVD player / LCD TV

If yes then which s/w do you use to do so?

Thanks again.
I use HTPC to do all the things with high res including full HD.
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Re: LG - 32LG80FR - USB video file formats

Thanks spirovious

But I dont need to play it on my CRT as I have already bought an LCD TV.
And I think I have paid enough that it should play HD through USB. But I think it supports 720p through USB and the videos that did not play(image shared above) were higher than this resolution.

So I am now looking to get around the problem by some trick.

May be someone who has tried out video formats/resolutions on an LCD through USB can share some knowledge on this subject.

Let us see if some one with LG Jazz or similar product situation has a solution.

Thanks again spirovious
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Re: LG - 32LG80FR - USB video file formats

Use "Total Video Converter" to change any video format to any other format/change the resolution to higher/lower.

I change hi-res vids to 720x576 resolution to watch on my LG PQ60 USB.

For a free software that does the same thing, try WinX Video Converter 4.0

I haven't used this, so can't say how good it is.
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Thanks spirovious

May be someone who has tried out video formats/resolutions on an LCD through USB can share some knowledge on this subject.

Thanks again spirovious
well eventhough your LCD is HD,hardware used to play within the LCD is not that superior to play high res.Divx.Even Divx has newer codecs which may not be present on LCD.
So my point to make you read was HTPC/Laptop is best way to play HD files.

OR other opt is to convert files to lower format as suggested by others.
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Re: LG - 32LG80FR - USB video file formats

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Use "Total Video Converter" to change any video format to any other format/change the resolution to higher/lower.

I change hi-res vids to 720x576 resolution to watch on my LG PQ60 USB.

For a free software that does the same thing, try WinX Video Converter 4.0

I haven't used this, so can't say how good it is.
Thanks for the info WHATSINANAME, appreciate it

I tried to convert a video from Hi-Res to Low-Res using TVC but it did not work i.e. vid didnt play on LCD.
Do we have to just change the resolution or something else too.
Also which format do u convert to. Please see the image below.




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well eventhough your LCD is HD,hardware used to play within the LCD is not that superior to play high res.Divx.Even Divx has newer codecs which may not be present on LCD.
So my point to make you read was HTPC/Laptop is best way to play HD files.

OR other opt is to convert files to lower format as suggested by others.
Thanks for the comments spirovious, appreciate it

I read somewhere that the hardware is capable of playing the files. Its just that the company doesnt want us to use it yet. Maybe in future models we would see it.

The codecs thing might be true but its a recent model so the codecs on it might not be that old. Also I have heard that the LG engineers can upgrade the codecs using USB.
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Re: LG - 32LG80FR - USB video file formats

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Thanks for the info WHATSINANAME, appreciate it

I tried to convert a video from Hi-Res to Low-Res using TVC but it did not work i.e. vid didnt play on LCD.
Do we have to just change the resolution or something else too.
Also which format do u convert to. Please see the image below.
Try these settings :

Convert to divx mpeg4
Attachment 986

Then go into settings
Attachment 987

Once there, in the video options reduce the frame rate and bit rate
Attachment 988

then resize the video
Attachment 989

Now convert the file with these settings and it should play. These are the minimum settings I have given, you can of course, later experiment with the settings and see which is the best quality that plays on your USB drive and use that. You can also use the settings of the files that played (in your first post) instead of the ones I have given, and use those.

The quality will naturally be lower than your original video, so if you're going to watch a good movie that you've been looking forward to, it's not worth it, better to burn it on DVD and watch it that way.
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Re: LG - 32LG80FR - USB video file formats

Thanks for the quick reply WHATSINANAME

I did try the settings and the video did play and the picture quality was good but the video didnt cover the entire screen. Black space on the left and right of the video.

Does this happen with you also?


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