I have a question about the resolution of the following type of pictures, used with WD TV media player devices:
What is the largest DISPLAYED pixel resolution (hight + width) for a thumbnail (the thumbnail that is used in the xml files, not the smaller one that is shown in the list where all movies are displayed). By displayed resolution I mean, if I was to use a really large image as a thumbnail, WDTV will automatically downsize it when displaying it on the screen - I want to know what this displayed size is, in pixels? The reason I want to know is, I want to use as large thumbnails as possible, but not deeper resolution than what would ultimately be displayed.
I want to know the same regarding wallpapers – what pixel resolution is the fullscreen of WDTV’s interface (the background/wallpaper)?
And lastly, I want to know, what the largest pixel resolution of pictures (as when viewing various JPG images stored on a USB drive), what is the actual displayed size when viewing them in fullscreen? For example, if I go to “Pictures” and open a JPG images that is 1698x1131 pixels in size, and WDTV displays it, it would have to resize it in order to show all of the image – what is the size of the image displayed in fullscreen?