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Default Quick Solution to transcode AVI to TV for playback - 09-14-2017, 07:49 AM

Quick Solution to transcode AVI to TV for playback

Can't play AVI on TV? You can easily fix AVI and TV incompatible issues by transcoding AVI to a compatible format with TV. Here is the simple how-to.

Can't view the AVI files on your TV via USB? That happens and as common, not only to you! An AVI file is a very complicated format that can be encoded in various ways and your TV just won't be able to recognize all of them. Well, it's hard to find the right codecs and install them accordingly. So, it's better to try out the easier and quicker way; convert AVI to whatever format you need for TV playback. There's a detailed step-by-step guide below.

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The Guide to Convert AVI Videos to TV Supported Format

Step 1. You can click on "Add File" or drag and drop to import the file.

Step 2. Select the video format form "TV" or "Apple TV" such as Samsung TV, Apple TV or LG TV from the list.After that, you can choose to edit the video before you convert it.

Step 3.Hit the "Start" button to begin converting the AVI file to TV supported format. Wait for a few minutes, you will get it. Note: The software can transfer videos to Android Device, iPhone, iPad. etc. and rip Blu-ray/DVD to TV for playback.

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