Watch 4k @30fps in a 4k smart tv

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  1. Jorge Muñoz Charro

    Jorge Muñoz Charro New Member

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    Hi!!
    Whats the best way to watch the cam videos in a 4k lg smart tv? The hdmi to micro hdmi cable? Works well this way?
    I tried inserting the micro sd into a usb card reader,plugging in into the smart tv,but my smart tv doesnt recognize exfat file system of the micro sd card :-(
     
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    Connect the TV with the mini HDMI on the cam to the HDMI slot in the TV and play on the cam. It should work fine.
     
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    Many smart tvs will not read exfat format cards.
    Hdmi is best.
     
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    Thanks a lot for your replies!!
    Hdmi to micro hdmi works fine,but I dont get 4k resolution,I only get 1080p 60fps,when the video in the camera is recorded in 4k.
    Cable is 2.0 standard...
    Any hint?
     
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    Just to add that the hdmi output doesn't support 4k video, just 1080.

    If you want 4k and the TV doesn't read the card then you'll have to copy it to a device it does recognise. If your video files are 4gb or greater and your TV only recognises FAT32 then you'll have to split the video into multiple files.

    If you have a device formated to ntfs and the TV can read this you won't need to resize.
     

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