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How to adjust the HDTV Output Resolution size through HDMI when playback Blu-ray on MacBook Pro


Hint: Your computer might have a Mini DisplayPort, but it doesn't necessarily mean that it supports audio pass-through. Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter is a necessity.

In the last post, we introduced "How to stream dolby 5.1 channel surround sound on Mac OS 10.8.3". Now we will show you how to adjust the Output Resolution on HDTV through HDMI on your MacBook Pro when you use Mac Blu-ray Player playing Blu-ray Discs.

After you download and copy Mac Blu-ray Player .dmg file to Application folder, Get your Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter, and connect your HDTV.

Each brand TV screen output size has a slightly different in fact , so you might encounter such part of the collage ran out your screen.

Now go to "System Preferences " , select "Display", remember what you want to do, enter a keyword on the magnifying glass in the upper right corner , system will recommend you to choose the best solution for your HDTV.

Then come to find the setup screen of your TV screen , and then in the " Non - full screen " to pull your MacBook Pro , until you are satisfied.

That's so simple , let's get to call it a day ~~~~~

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