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change Resolution showing photo via DLNA

by hocce / November 9, 2009 2:51 AM PST

HI.

I'm from Denmark, so I hope you can understand my question Happy

I'm showing photo on my UE46B8050 LED tv, via wireless adapter and Samsung PC Share Manager.

However the photos on the tv are very small (low resolution).

I believe I have changed the resolution my self, as it was okay the first time I tried it Happy

I'm not able to change the resolution back to a higher resolution ?

Could someone please tell me how to do ?

Kind regards

Erik

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change Resolution showing photo via DLNA
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / November 9, 2009 5:16 AM PST

hocce,

The maximum resolution of a photo would be established where it was created, such as the digital camera. You may be able to adjust it with Photoshop or a similar solution, however, you will likely lose some of the quality (clarity) of the picture. You'll want to use the largest resolution that the television can handle.

I hope that helps.

--HDTech

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thanks
by hocce / November 9, 2009 5:35 AM PST

HDTECH

Thanks alot Happy

I have been checking everything on my TV and totally forgot to check the resolution on the photo's .

At some point I must have resized my pictures Happy

Thanks alot for your fast respons Happy

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thanks
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / November 9, 2009 1:39 PM PST
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hocce,

Happy to help. Happy Thanks for the follow up.

--HDTech

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