I am trying to produce a slide show for a 32" LG tv using a Mac Book Pro laptop and Keynote and burning the dvd with idvd. I am using a Samsung dvd player connected to the tv. The slides come up somewhat clear and then go fuzzy. What is the fix. Thank you.
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Sounds like either the laptop's hdmi output, or the tv's hdmi input is the problem. You can findout wich one by connecting the laptop to another set and see if it still happens. If it goes away then it is your tv input, if it is still there it is the computer.
your TV has burn screen or traces.it comes from one image left on the screen for too long, it can get burned into the screen, making it visible at all times. You can actually eliminate most screen burns with the use of a PC computer and a black and white screen saver. This trick eliminates screen burn after a period of several minutes because the black and white screens flash quickly, removing all traces of color from the screen. This will eventually eliminate any burned images on the LCD screen.you can do it by creating a DVD picture slide with only black and white image.you can use a computer to make DVD picture slidefirstgo to paint brush and draw only white then save as white.jpg.secondburn it into nero or other dvd burnerthirdplay it to your DVD player connected to you LCD TV.it has to be played in full screen
let the white image display on your HDTV for several hours or even overnight. It should remove any burned-in images or ghosts.hope this help............... thanks....
Hi, It seems back light inverter board is not producing voltages to lit the back light inside lcd panel to show the picture on lcd screen. Please replace back light inverter board to get tv fixed. Local tech will help you if you are not familiar with tv repair. Thanks.
Check the connections on the buffer boards to the panel. Likely connection or bad buffer board.Change buffer board . If this does not fix then Panel is bad. Try C board connections on bottom. Be sure to disconnect power supply from sustain boards before messing with these connectors to avoid burning the flex cables.
You may need to use the S-video cable for video. Make sure video mirroring is disabled on the powerbook. Also, make the external monitor the primary display by dragging the menu bar to it in Displays preferences (Mac OS X) or the Monitors control panel (Mac OS 8 and 9).