How to Convert Windows Movie Maker MP4 to Panasonic TV


Although Panasonic TV supports MP4 format, one of my movie in MP4 can’t be recognized by Panasonic TV. Now I’m hunting for a video converting tool to convert a 15 minute movie (mp4 in High Definition) which I created with Windows Movie Maker to Panasonic TV for easy playback.

In the first try, I take a look at Handbrake. It’s an open source app for converting video formats. While, the output is not what I want.

Then, I tried Brorsoft Video Converter. It is recommended by more than one guys as it can bring us MP4 to Panasonic TV conversion at $29.95 only.

Brorsoft Video Converter User Review:

I got Brorsoft Video Converter and converted 6 .mp4 files to new .mp4 files compatible with my LG TV. An amazing program: friendly interface, simplicity, incredible speed and quality a/v conversion. Appreciate it.

So, it would easy for us to convert Windows Movie Maker MP4 to Panasonic TV. And for Mac users, please get Video Converter for Mac. Below is a tutorial on how to.

1. Run the MP4 to Panasonic TV Converter program on your computer click Add button to load unsupported MP4 files to the program.

2. Click the Format bar, scroll down the main category menu to select Panasonic TV more compatible video. You can easily choose a decent profile “Panasonic TV (*.mp4)” from TVs profile list. Of course, you can also choose H.264 MP4 under Format > Common Video.

Tip: Click “Settings” to open Profile Parameter window. you can adjust the output video codec as H.264, file resolution as 1920*1080, frame rate as 60fps, etc for the best playing effects on Panasonic TV.

3. After all necessary settings, hit right-bottom “Convert” button to start MP4 to Panasonic TV compatible format conversion process.

After the conversion, hit the Open to pop out the folder with converted files. Then transfer the generated files to your Panasnoic TV with great enjoyment.

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