When you have some movies stored on your USB memory, you can watch them on PC or share them with family and friends on a bigger screen such as an Hisense TV. Discover the USB port behind your Hisense TV set and use the default media player to enjoy your contents on your USB hard drive. So you might need to know what video and audio files are supported by Hisense TV to make sure your videos on USB played smoothly on Hisense TV.
Part 1: Hisense TV Playable Format List; Video/audio Decoder
From Hisense TV User Manual, you can know the supported video formats of Hisense TV and the video and audio codec that can be decoded.
Part 2: Play All Unsupported Videos on Hisense TV
According to Hisense TV User Manual, we know that Hisense TV supports MP4, MKV, AVI, well. But the video codec should be MPEG-4, MPEG-2 and MPEG-1. If you have some MP4 and MKV files that encoded with H.265, DivX, XviD, they won't be able to playback on Hisense TV. In this case, you need a video transcoder to convert the video files to Hisense TV supported video with compatible codec.
Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate is an all-in-one video converter that can convert all unsupported video files to Hisense TV playable video format. It can convert MXF, AVCHD, MOV, XAVC containers from DJI Phantom 4 Pro, DJI Inspire 2, DJI Mavic Pro Platinum, Yuneec, Sony PMW-300 One XDCAM, Philips AG-HPX250 and other HD cameras and drones video to Hisense TV video format and transcode normal FLV, MOV, TS, VOB, HEVC, MP4, MKV, AVI, WMV, WebM video files that you downloaded from YouTube, YIFI and other torrent video sites to Hisense TV video formats.
If you have some 4K videos such as 4K XAVC, 4K MTS, 4K AVCHD, 4K MKV, this video converter can compress 4K video to 1080p for Hisense TV. What's more, this video converter also can remove Blu-ray and DVD region codes for you watching any region disc video on Hisense TV via Blu-ray Player, Xbox One X, Xbox One S. You can freely configure the video codec and resolution, bitrate to make the output video more fit in your Hisense TV. Now, you can download the software and convert unsupported video files to Hisense TV.
Steps to Convert All Videos/Blu-ray/DVD to Hisense TV
Step 1: Load video
Just download and install the video converter and launch it. You can load the files by browser or just drag and drop the video files to the software. This program supports batch conversion so you can load multiple videos to batch them. Blu-ray and DVD are also supported to imported easily. If you are using a Mac, you can use the equivalent Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac and the review can tell you more about the mac video converter.
Step 2: Choose Hisense TV supported video
Clicking the Format bar, from its drop-down list, select one of Hisense TV supported digital file formats such as H.264 video by following “HD Video” > “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)”.
Tips: Click “Settings” on the main interface to open “Profile Settings” window, here, you can flexibly choose or specify exactly the parameters including video codec, resolution, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, bit rate, sample rate, channels, etc as you like to get better output video and audio quality for Hisense TV.
Step 3: Start the conversion
After the above steps are done, you can click “Convert” button to convert your video to Hisense TV supported formats. Once the process ends, you can find the generated MP4 video in the output folder. Then you can transfer the video files into USB HDD and then play the video files on Hisense TV.
Hisense TV Video Playback Trouble Shooting
When there is something wrong with your TV, you can try turning off the TV and then restart it. You can also Operate according to the following methods.
1. No sound or picture.
Check if the power cord is in the AC outlet and if it has electricity. Check if you have pressed [POWER] button on the TV or [POWER] button on the remote control. Check to see if LED light is either red or blue. If illuminated, power to TV is OK.
2. I have connected an external source to my TV and I get no picture and/or sound.
Check for the correct output connection on the external source and for the correct input connection on the TV. Make sure you have made the correct selection for the input mode for the incoming signal.
3. Picture is normal, but no sound
Check the volume settings. Check if Mute mode is set “on”
4. Sound but no picture or black and white picture.
If black and white picture first unplug TV from AC outlet and replug after 60 seconds. Check Color Setting if picture is black and white.
5. Sound and picture distorted or appear wavy.
An electrical appliance may be affecting TV set. Turn off any appliances, if interference goes away, move appliance farther away from TV. Insert the power plug of the TV set into another power outlet.
6. Sound and picture is blurry or cuts out momentarily.
If using an external antenna, check the direction, position and connection of the antenna. Adjust the direction of your antenna or reset or fine tune the channel.