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Using a smartphone to play back videos / still pictures from the video camera on a television

* This function is not available when using HX-A1H / A1M.

By connecting the smartphone or video camera to a television supporting the DLNA* standard DMR (Digital Media Renderer) function via Wi-Fi, you can playback videos and still pictures on the video camera.

  • Regarding applicable televisions, please check the following website.
  • The format of the video which can be played depends on the model of the video camera. Please see the instruction manual regarding scenes that can be played.
  • Please connect the smartphone, video camera and television to the same wireless access point. For setting method(s), please read the related instructions for each device.
  • Push the video camera's Wi-Fi button, and touch [Link to Cell]. By the way, it is not possible to use [DLNA Play] from smartphone.
    1. Start this application and tap at bottom of screen
         The thumbnail display screen is displayed.
    2. Tap a thumbnail you want to play back and make a selection
    3. Tap on top of screen, and select [Play on TV]
      Videos / still pictures are displayed on the connected television, and you can perform operations such as play and stop with the smartphone.
A
Play back from where you tapped.
B
Skip to the previous scene.
C
Play / Pause
D
Stop
E
Skip to the next scene.
  • If multiple devices can be connected, a list of devices will be displayed on the screen. Please select the device you want to connect from the list.
Note:
  • The image is not displayed on the smartphone.
  • It may take time for the playback to begin.
  • Images recorded in 3D will be played back as 2D images.
  • Scenes recorded in iFrame cannot be played.
  • Scenes recorded in MP4 cannot be played.
  • Depending on your television, when you play scenes recorded in AVCHD, the video may not be played with AVCHD video quality.

* DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) is a standard that makes DLNA Certified digital electronics easier and more convenient to use on a home network.