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Read photo from usb - auto upscale option for small picture

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Hello,

 

I'am using my 4000$ LG 55EG960V OLED 4K UHD television to view my photo from an USB key and use the diaporama function.

But i have old photo which are in a small resolution(less than 4K), and there are not displayed in fullscreen so it is too small  :blink:

 

How to automatically upscale photo in fullscreen?  (it was possible with my old 1080p philips television and also samsung 4k)

 

Thanks you very much in advance.

 

 

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