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I had the same problem with an RCA android tablet on this model. This worked for me. Go to menu/setup/hdmi control. Change CEC function to off. Change power off link to "NO". Then plug your device in ... go to input on remote ... choose your appropriate hdmi channel.


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This is not possible because windows intentionally locks the UI not a monitor. Doing otherwise would be a serious security weakness. The normal approach to this would be to configure the PC as a KIOSK. In that mode, only the browser would be allowed to run, everything else would be blocked out.


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I know that product recommendations are off-topic here but you can use a media player such as Kodi, formerly known as XBMC. It has the exact features which you describe, and so many more. Documented more in this thread: http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=138205


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This question is kind of a general question. Usually you need to know the file type of your TV shows, a.k.a the format. If your Windows doesn't recognize these files you can see a short-term attached to the file name, separated from the name with a dot. That is the extension of the files. Go search for the extension on Google you will know what kind of file ...


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I've been using AudioSwitcher [freeware/donationware] for a long time to do this. It isn't automatic, but can be triggered by hotkey or from a taskbar popup to swap audio outputs on the fly - no relaunch required. I've never tested it on HDMI but it works perfectly well when I forget to switch outputs from iTunes - RCA stereo; to VLC - analog 5.1 before ...


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Your first image is CMYK which is OK from a jpeg specification standpoint, but often not supported. Try adding -colorspace RGB other options manual


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First, get a TV Tuner card that support DVB-T2 (e.g. hauppauge WinTV-HVR-5525) and plug into your desktop machine Supports: Freesat: High Definition digital satellite DVB-S2. Freeview HD: digital terrestrial DVB-T2. Freeview: digital terrestrial DVB-T. Digital cable TV: DVB-C. Analogue PAL/SECAM TV. Next, connect a Antenna to the TV Tuner card and ...



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