Making a Connection
Connect a USB storage device to enjoy photo, music and video files stored in the device.
After making a connection, turn on the connected USB device.
Press the HOME button, then select [Media Server].
Select [USB] → the folder or file from the list.
If you select a folder, select the desired file.
To check the supported file formats
- If there is a subtitle file in the USB, you can watch a programme with subtitles. In that case, the subtitle file should be in the same folder, and with the same name as the movie file.
(Depending on the subtitle file, subtitles may not be displayed correctly even if the format is supported.)
- USB viewer supports FAT16, FAT32, exFAT, NTFS file systems.
- When connecting a Sony digital still camera to the TV with a USB cable, USB connection settings on your camera need to be set to [Auto] or [Mass Storage] mode.
- If your digital still camera does not work with your TV, try the following:
- - Set the USB connection settings on your camera to [Mass Storage].
- - Copy the files from the camera to a USB flash drive, then connect the drive to the TV.
- [Face Zoom] and [Zoom and Crop] in the option menu of [Cropping] may not work for some image files.
- Only panoramic JPEG files in the following horizontal/vertical sizes can be scrolled. (If the JPEG file is edited on a PC, etc., scrolling may not be possible.)
- - For horizontal scroll: 4912/1080, 7152/1080, 3424/1920, 4912/1920, 12416/1856, 8192/1856, 5536/2160, 3872/2160, 10480/4096, 11520/1080
- - For vertical scroll: 1080/4912, 1080/7152, 1920/3424, 1920/4912, 1856/12416, 1856/8192, 2160/5536, 2160/3872, 4096/10480, 1080/11520
- Video files are located in the following folder structure (hierarchal position):
- Avoid losing your files by backing up all your media files stored on a USB device. Sony cannot accept responsibility for lost or damaged data stored on a USB device.
- Depending on the file, playback may not be possible even when using the supported formats.