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We are currently at an exhibition and have hired a Sony Bravia

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We are currently at an exhibition and have hired a Sony Bravia KDL-40EX401 TV.
We are trying to connect a USB containing MJPEG Files, 63.9MB in size.
The TV is saying that the "Resolution is not Supported"
Is there any way in which this can be corrected?
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You need to change the resolution of the mpeg it works on exactly 1280x720 or 1920x1080
To do this
download Handbrake & install it from here
Once installed, run it
* Click Source-Video (point it at your film on the USB stick )
* Click Preset\Regular->Normal
* Select container as MP4 (note make sure the file extension is MP4 and not M4V which Handbrake likes to change it to)
* On picture tab where is says anamorphic change it to none
* In same area untick the box for keep aspect ratio
* Resize the video to one of the above resolutions
Click start and once completed put it on the USB and play it on the TV
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