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Windows 7: USB Memory Stick Videos To TV: How, Please ?


16 Mar 2013   #1

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USB Memory Stick Videos To TV: How, Please ?

Hello,

I put some videos on a SanDisk USB Memory Stick, that were taken with a JVC Camcorder..
They play back fine on my PC.

I was wondering: is there any, reasonably inexpensive and simple, way to play them back on my TV from the Stick ? This would be Without having to hook up a PC, or the Camcorder that took the original videos, to the TV.

Would just like to go from the Stick via a cable of some sort, to one of the TV inputs.

Is this feasible or even possible ?

Thanks,
Bob

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16 Mar 2013   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

"Would just like to go from the Stick via a cable of some sort, to one of the TV inputs."

The newer models of Blu Ray/DVD players have the ability to play certain formats from the contents of a USB drive. IF the JVC camcorder video files can be converted to viewable formats, then you have one viable option.
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