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Publish & Share selection for USB?

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Nov 28, 2019

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I would like to Publish & Share my freshly edited video to a USB stick for future viewing on other computers and also plugged into the USB port on my "Smart TV".

What would be the recommended Format & Settings?

On laptops, I have had success with playing back the video on USB as MPEG with the Preset selection HDTV 1080p 24 High Quality, however it stalls when plugged into the TV.

I am using Adobe Premiere Elements 12

suggestions welcome ...

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Publish & Share selection for USB?

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I would like to Publish & Share my freshly edited video to a USB stick for future viewing on other computers and also plugged into the USB port on my "Smart TV".

What would be the recommended Format & Settings?

On laptops, I have had success with playing back the video on USB as MPEG with the Preset selection HDTV 1080p 24 High Quality, however it stalls when plugged into the TV.

I am using Adobe Premiere Elements 12

suggestions welcome ...

thank you

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Nov 29, 2019

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You might find or look up the instructions for your TV.  It will have specifications.   One of my TVs will play HD video (1920x1080) as long as it is only 30 frames per second and an MP4.   (1920x1080p30).  

 

If you can't find the TV instructions, a first guess would be to output an MP4 at 1920x1080, "progressive" (not interlaced), 30 frames per second using the H.264 codec.  There is more buried in the MP4 specifications, but that should get you started.   It might not matter, but you might have better luck outputting to your HDD, then copying the file to your USB drive.  

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