This tutorial will explain why Samsung Blu-ray Player won’t play some MP4 files from USB stick and shows you an easy way to fix the issue.
As a quite hot file extension, MP4 is widely used for saving media data and can be found in lots of places online or off line, which means, you may download MP4 videos from video sharing sites such as YouTube and Fox, or shared some MP4 videos from others. If you have lots of MP4 files and a Samsung Blu-ray Player, chances are you want to play MP4 files on Samsung Blu-ray Player in USB stick. When you try to do this, you’ll find some MP4 files can be supported well, but some can not with stutter or other issues. So what’s the matter? Read on for details.
First of all, let’s take a look at Samsung Blu-ray Player supported file formats:
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 x 1080
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 without any problem
After seeking on the internet, you may find that the most effective solution is transcode the MP4 files to Samsung Blu-ray Player best compatible file format and profile parameters. Along with some help from third-party program like EaseFab’s Video Converter app, you can get all done easily and quickly. The program is easy to use and can help you convert MP4, MKV, VOB, MOV, AVI, etc. to Samsung Blu-ray Player highly compatible format in fast speed and excellent output quality. For Mac users, EaseFab Video Converter Mac is a helpful app to encode media files for further usage.
Simple Steps to Convert MP4 files to Play on Samsung Blu-ray Player
Step 1. Add MP4 files
Run the Video Converter and drag & drop your MP4 files to the program, or click “Add Video” button to locate the MP4 files you want to add. (Note: batch conversion is supported, so you can load more than one file to save time.)
Step 2. Decide the output format
From the drop-down list of “Profile” you can select “DIVX” from “Common Video” category as the output format. When you have selected the output format, you should select a destination folder for the output file by clicking “Output Folder”, you can also let it be the default one.
Step 3. Customize output profile parameters
By clicking the Settings button beside Profile, you can adjust the output video/audio resolution, frame rate, bit rate, etc. to customize the output files to get the best quality you want. You can adjust the output file size as 1920×1080, frame rate as 6-30fps, bitrate as 30Mbps, audio codec as MP3. Refer to the settings below:
Step 4. Decide the output format