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    Default Samsung Allshare Thumbnail Size

    Does anyone know the actual thumbnail resolution used by Samsung TV and Blu-ray players in the Allshare player? The default 160x160 appears stretched out on screen, and increasing it appears to distort the aspect ratio. Any help is appreciated.

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    You could try 320x320 - please remember to delete transcoded files after changing the thumbnail size in Mezzmo and also to run maintenance to generate new thumbnails.

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    Tried that, but the aspect ratio is wrong and the images appear distorted.

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    I spent a fair bit of time on this and found that 108x65 seemed to look the best with regards ratio and image quality. My C650 TV always seems to resize the cover and the resize engine is pretty poor. but setting the image cover to 108x65 in PaintShopPro etc. than adding to Mezzmo seems to do the trick.

    I have also set the Mezzmo app to show onscreen thumbs as 108x65 but thats just getting picky!

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    What is the setting that you have in the "Streaming" section of options. It only allows 160 and up for the resolution.

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    You could manually modify the device profile to specify 108x65, if you wanted to. The Options page does have a minimum of 160x160 (which should be fixed as well).

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