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"How can I stream 4K videos on a non-HEVC compatible 4K TV?"

HEVC, or High Efficiency Video Coding, is a video compression standard that allows for efficient transmission and storage of 4K video.

If your 4K TV doesn't support HEVC, you can still stream 4K videos by converting the HEVC video file to a compatible format using a video converter program.

To stream 4K videos from Netflix, you need a plan that supports 4K content, high-quality playback enabled in your account settings, and a compatible device or browser.

A stable internet connection with a speed of at least 25 Mbps is required for smooth 4K streaming.

Not all Netflix content is available in 4K, and some shows or movies may only be available in lower resolutions.

If your TV doesn't support HEVC, you can check if it supports other codec formats like VP9 or AV1, which are also used for 4K streaming.

If your streaming device or app doesn't support 4K playback, you can try using a different device or updating the software to the latest version.

Some streaming services, like Amazon Prime Video, use different codecs for 4K streaming, so compatibility may vary between services.

If you're experiencing issues with 4K streaming, it may be due to corrupted video files, so try testing the video on other devices to rule out this possibility.

If your TV doesn't support HEVC and you're unable to convert the video files, you can consider upgrading to a 4K TV that supports HEVC for better compatibility and performance.

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