My new Samsung Blu-ray player doesn’t play MP4 video in USB stick
Hi, I just bought a new Samsung Blu-Ray player yesterday. Everything is fine, we watched a movie that came with it last night on my 1080p samsung HDTV and really loved the quality. Now, today I added some 1080p MP4 videos in my USB stick which are mixed with some Mpeg4(mp4)’s type of video. For some reason, when I go in the ”videos” section it doesn’t see anything at all, I’ve updated the firmware of the player to the latest version but it didn’t help. Please help Thanks.
Samsung Blu-ray Player supported digital file types
From above tablet, we can see that although Samsung Blu-ray player has listed playback support for MP4 files, however, there are strict limitations on the file codec, container, resolution, frame rate, bit rate and audio codec. The files with mp4 file extension should be comply with the following standards:
Video codec: H.264 High Profile video codec (Preferred choice for Blu-ray disc storage format)
Resolution: 1920 x1080
Frame rate: 30fps
Bit rate: 30Mbps
Audio codec: Dolby Digital LPCM ADPCM (IMA, MS), AAC, WMA, Dolby Digital Plus, MPEG(MP3), DTS (Core)
Play incompatible MP4 files on Samsung Blu-ray player with success
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How to Convert and Play MP4 Files on Samsung Blu-ray Player via USB Stick?
Step 1: Import MP4 source files to the program.
Run the program on your computer click “File” > “Add Video/Audio” to load unsupported MP4 files to the program.
Step 2: Define output profile format.
Click the “Format” bar, from its drop-down list, select Samsung Blu-ray Player best favorable codec from “Common Video” > “H.264 High Profile Video(*.mp4)” as the output file format.
Step 3: Customize output profile parameters.
Click “Settings” to open “Profile Parameters” window, you can adjust the output video codec as H.264, size as 1920×1080, frame rate as
Step 4: Start MP4 to Blu-ray player conversion process.
Go back to the main interface, click right-bottom “Convert” button, then a window will pop out to initiate the conversion process immediately.
When the conversion is completed, hit the “Open Output Folder” on the main interface to pop out the folder with converted files. Then transfer the generated files to your USB drive, plug the USB drive into your Samsung Blu-ray player’s USB port for playing MP4 files on Samsung Blu-ray player.
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