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Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by ShadyMaple, Sep 6, 2015.

  1. ShadyMaple

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    Posted in General but thought I'd post here because I have the P3S.

    Trying to figure this out, no luck so far!! Just want to take SD card out and view footage on TV, in this case a Samsung LED.

    I've tried .mov and .mp4, both are coming up as "Not supported Audio codec" Anyone have a fix for this???

    It's because the P3S doesn't record audio?
     
  2. toorboy

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    you may have to edit first I dont think
    my p3p records sound ether it not
    really an option am to bothered about
    as I fire tunes in but there is no sound
    on the files
     
  3. madgitty

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    Try a box like tvix, loads on eBay but only supports upto hd
     
  4. ShadyMaple

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    ImageUploadedByPhantomPilots - DJI Phantom Forum1442361619.099639.jpg I tried this...did not work. Do you think the tvix is similar to this?
     
  5. madgitty

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    There is a round version like a can ok Coke,
     
  6. ShadyMaple

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    Still referring to a tvix? What can I google?
     
  7. madgitty

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    Have a look for
    TViX HD N1 (cafe)
    Try on eBay as well
     
  8. Mako79

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    What device do you fly with??
    Samsung phones use MHL. This will mirror what your phone can see via the micro usb port and TV's HDMI port.