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    Question PFL9703H, no support of AVCHD 1080i camcorder playback?

    Been trying to hook up my Canon HF200E camcorder's HDMI output to my 47PFL9703H/10 HDMI side but screen stays pitch black with "video not found" message (or similar).

    Hooked up the camcorder to another TV (other brand, probably newer) and it worked, so the camcorders output + cable is ok.
    Hooked up another source to the HDMI side on my TV and it worked, so the HDMI input is ok.

    Checked the manual, states that the TV supports video signal format NTSC, PAL and SECAM.
    Am I mixing up terms or does this mean that since I have no unit converting the video to the above format it means the TV can't interpret the format?

    Summary: Does my TV support AVCHD 1080i direct playback from a camcorder or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cirion74 View Post
    Been trying to hook up my Canon HF200E camcorder's HDMI output to my 47PFL9703H/10 HDMI side but screen stays pitch black with "video not found" message (or similar).

    Hooked up the camcorder to another TV (other brand, probably newer) and it worked, so the camcorders output + cable is ok.
    Hooked up another source to the HDMI side on my TV and it worked, so the HDMI input is ok.

    Checked the manual, states that the TV supports video signal format NTSC, PAL and SECAM.
    Am I mixing up terms or does this mean that since I have no unit converting the video to the above format it means the TV can't interpret the format?

    Summary: Does my TV support AVCHD 1080i direct playback from a camcorder or not?

    Hi Cirion74,

    Welcome to the TV forum and thank you for your detailed post.

    The video formats are not relavant in this case as they refer to the internal tuner of your TV.

    There shouldn't be any issues with your camcorder using the TV as monitor over HDMI, barring any compatibility issues. The only thing you might want to check is the refresh rate of the camcorder's output. It needs to be at 60Hz.

    Best regards,
    Ina

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    press Info on TV's remote to see what signal type comes on HDMI

    what are Camcorder HDMI output settings?
    what are capture settings?
    don't try play trough USB, this year's models were essential with support mpeg4 only from DVB-T/C tuner

    and Philips TVs some why don't support 720p24, must be upscaled to 1080p24

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