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Displaying pictures from SD card

When viewing still pictures from an SD card (used in a Canon S530) the pictures in horizontal mode are fine. But when a vertical mode picture is displayed, with automatic rotation to the upright, the picture is disappointingly small, about a quarter the size of the horizontal ones. Is there a way to enlarge these?

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You will have to make all the changes on the computer. There really is no settings on the TV for this. Believe me, i have tried.

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