How to Watching Canon XC10 XF-AVC Video on Toshiba TV

Summary: If you just got the Canon X10 on the earlier days, you may be confused of how to stream the recorded video to Toshiba big screen TV for watching, here give you the ultimate solution.

Compact, lightweight and versatile, the Canon XC10 is designed to deliver stunning 4K and Full HD video in the XF-AVC format, which is Canon’s new proprietary video format, was developed for efficient, accurate recording and handling of high image quality, high resolution 4K, 2K and HD video footage.

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As to the new XF-AVC codec supports recording in both 4K and Full HD quality, enabling easy integration into industry-standard Non-Linear Edit systems. Many TVs (Toshiba included) don’t support the XF-AVC format natively, perhaps unsurprisingly as neither camera is shipping yet. Luckily, Pavtube Video Converter, known as the best 4K Converter has been updated to support for Canon’s new XF-AVC video format. That means you can use the 4K converter as Canon XF-AVC Converter to convert XF-AVC to H.264 MEPG-4 for TVs (Toshiba included). Meanwhile, you can also use the 4K Converter to transcode XF-AVC codec to your desired video formats, such as MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, WMV, MPG, etc.for play on the other portable devices such as iPhone, Android phone or Tablet.

By the way, if you are a Mac user, please turn your eyes on Pavtube Video Converter for Mac. It has the same ability of handle the XF-AVC videos.

          

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- Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.com/video_converter/
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- Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-Video-Converter/3000-2194_4-75734821.html

Steps on How to Convert XF-AVC Files to Toshiba TV for Playback

Step 1. Load the XF-AVC files.

After launching this app , click “File”>”Add Video/Audio ” to load your files, you can double click it to have a review on the preview window.



Step 2. Choose proper format for playing XF-AVC on Toshiba TV

Here suggest you “HD Video”>”H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)”. Under this “HD Video” option, all the H.264 decode option will output as H.264 High Profile, which is the best quality for compatibility and quality maintain. 



Tips:

If your 4K TV can support playback H.265 MP4 video natively, you can totally go for H.265 HD Video (*.mp4), even some normal format can convert them into this HD codec format, which can totally improve the quality of your videos while free your local storing space.

Step 3. Adjust Parameters to maintain the 4K quality

Click this “Settings” button, it will bring you to this UI , no matter the Bit rate or Frame rate, Size (pix) all here for you to make the adjustment. You can see the whole file size if you considering about uploading them online while the file size is required for smaller one.



Tips:

If you want to maintain the 4K quality, while the default Size (pix) is 1920*1080, you can type 3840*2160 in the following box by yourself.

Step 4 .Doing simple edits on your XF-AVC before loading into Toshiba TV (opional)

If you just want to enjoy the original videos without any changes, then you can skip this step. But if you do want to make your very own video without reloading them into other NLEs like Adobe Premiere ProSony Vegas ,etc. Then with the build-in editor, you do whatever you like.

Click the “Pencil” icon to go into this UI, then trim or crop the parts you don’t want, Add subtitles or watermark for fun, adjust aspect ratio to fit your screen,etc.



Step 5: Start to convert XF-AVC to H.264 HD MP4 for Toshiba TV

After setting the file location, click the “Convert” button to start your conversion. Click “Open output folder” to check your converted files if you forget to set the storing location.

Then you will have the most compatible and HD videos for your Toshiba TV for enjoyment.

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