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Showing digital photos in order on sony bravia tv

After altering digital photos on my intel premium tv - copying them to a disc-when I try to play them on my sony tv the photos come out jumbled up. Not in the order that they were on the disc.
When I replay the disc on the computer everything is ok.

JIM WISHEART

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  • anjiwish May 21, 2009

    Sorry

    I'm in my 80s and don't understand.

    What is a file format and how do I change these?

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Hi there,

It seems that there must be the file format was wrong (not supported by TV).
check out the file formats of that photos..

post further comment for more help.
Thanks

Posted on May 20, 2009

  • Mukesh Kumar May 21, 2009

    File format is the full information about the file type...
    It is so difficult to tell you how you can change a file format..
    But if you like me to provide remote support over there, so i can help you.

    Regards 
    all-guru

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