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just found this forum hope you cann help. just got a panasonic 600b 50” plasma, can anyone tell me if its possible and how to record films from my pc to sd card to be able to playback on the tv.
thanks,paul. reply

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12-20-2006 09:52 PM
paul j

Read your Panasonic MANUEL before asking silly question. Arigato Hai! reply

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12-20-2006 10:24 PM
Panasonic Technician

have read manual it say,s only things recorded on panasonic equipment can be played back. i want to playback stuff downloaded to pc then put onto sd card. reply

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12-22-2006 03:40 PM
paul j

Are you really certain that you have red through the whole manuel? Your qoute: Only things that are recorded with Panasonic equipment can be played back. Well, that’s interesting! To me that’s pure nonsense. Next time if you ever need any help again, you should be truthfull.(Honestly speaking) Please don’t lie.
I’ll help you this time. To tranfer data to a SD card, you need to have a Card Reader.(SD) Plug your Card Reader into the USB slot of your PC. This time make sure that you read the manuel of the Card Reader throughly on how to use it. If you screw thing up, I am not going to help you anymore. REMEMBER THAT!!!!
Michael Jackson sang ABC,123..it is just that simple. reply

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12-22-2006 04:54 PM
Panasonic Technician

just got my sd card and put a wma file a real player file and a mpeg-4 file onto it but my 600b tv wont read it what format does it have to be in to play on tv. can i download a converter to convert my video files to whatever format is req reply

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01-11-2007 06:55 PM
paul j

Firstly Paul you can tell to mr. tech to kiss your behind and remind him that we don’t like smartass like him around here. And BTW is user manual not manuel. I’m not sure about your tv model I found a 600u with a sd card slot on it. This one is just for photos and I imagine the size of your card is not very big. " Allows display of JPEG still images that are compliant with DCF specifications " That’s what they said in the “manuel”. Another card slot is for cable you don’t need a cable modem to watch digital tv channels. A movie at decent quality is at least 1,3 GB and won’t fit the sd card. But you can connect your pc to this very nice tv and watch what you have on your HD. A good addition to this tv will be a BD/HD player and I know Panasonic work on it but the price is still high for now. Enjoy your nice tv buddy. reply

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01-11-2007 08:07 PM
Marcus Aurelius

Product InformationPanasonic TU PTA600B
General
Product Type: TV tuner

Audio System
Output Mode: Stereo

Connectors
Headphone Jack: Yes

TV Tuner
Tuner Qty: 1

Reception System: PAL

Stereo Reception System: NICAM, A2

Video Features
Teletext: Yes

Teletext Memory: 500 pages

NTSC Playback on PAL TV: Yes reply

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01-11-2007 08:30 PM
BigPussy

Tt this is tuner tv Paul got a plasma TV 50” I wish I can replaced my old projector with one like that. reply

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01-11-2007 08:36 PM
Marcus Aurelius

I guess paul j is from Europe. That y I found that TV tuner instead. Sorry 4 the mistake. I myself owned a Pioneer 43 inches Plasma. I think I have had enough 4 Plasma technology 4 the time being b cos I don’t like that stupid Burn-In on the screen. It wouldn’t go away. I will get an LCD TV the next time 4 sure. Save n pay less 4 electrical bill. reply

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01-11-2007 09:00 PM
BigPussy

How about my projector? Has a spider inside and walk on the mirror so you can see him on screen! I hope I give rid of him before makes same relatives! reply

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01-11-2007 09:04 PM
Marcus Aurelius

Holly Cow. I hate spider. Just kidding. My fav spider is the Black Widow. 1 tough BITCH. reply

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01-11-2007 09:25 PM
BigPussy

My 50inch plasma say I can put a pc card adaptor in the tv to have the ability to view jpg images from an assortment of camera cards. Can someone tell me where I can buy one of these pc card adaptors with multible card reading ability and what make/brand should I buy?

thannks,
Ed reply

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01-20-2007 10:35 AM
Ed in Orange County

i am trying to convert movies from my laptop so i can watch them on my tv using my sd card. i’ve tried to convert it to mpeg2, thats the format supported with my tv, viera tx-L32g10, it doesnt work. i wonder why, i am using avs video converter.

http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/sd/connect/tv_p/tv_p.html

i have also visited the website above to check the compatibility of my tv with my sd card, as it is kingston adaptor with a 2 gb micro sd, but it doesnt have a link over my tv model, so if anyone can help me let me know reply

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05-19-2009 01:38 PM
zebel

How can i convert any video format for show in my TV.
my TV model: panasonic viera(HD-PV8H) reply

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07-06-2009 05:30 AM
fatemeh

i have panasonic tv model no tc_20x2R about the imformation of system ic. reply

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07-30-2009 01:05 PM
yasir

i try to play my photo in my tv with sd card but i have msg image not support
and i try all image and video format pls give me help tnx reply

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09-20-2009 05:01 AM
shico

From Panasonic HD1080 TX-L32S10BA manual only AVCHD and MPEG2 movie formats supported. reply

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01-09-2010 05:15 PM
Phil - UK

From Panasonic HD1080 TX-L32S10BA manual only AVCHD and MPEG2 movie formats supported. reply

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01-09-2010 05:16 PM
Phil - UK

Phil - UK wrote:
From Panasonic HD1080 TX-L32S10BA manual only AVCHD and MPEG2 movie formats supported.

Viewing video from SD/SDHC card on any Panasonic Viera Plasma model you need to convert it into AVCHD format and it is so simple. Use multiAVCHD software to create file structure on your card from any video format. reply

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02-10-2010 02:03 PM
Mukesh - India
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First off you need to format your SD cards with Panasonics SD card formater, not Windows. Next you need to download MultiAVCHD and AvitoMpeg converter.

If you have Bluray rips, load them straight into MultiAVCHD. You need to put the created folders from Multi into a folder called PRIVATE on your SD card. If your using AVIs or similar, I found its best to convert them to DVD compliant MPEG2s using Avi2Mpeg and then run them through Multi.

Simple Eh ? reply

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03-21-2010 12:47 PM
Rewmer

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