Modern LCD TVs are capable of displaying high-definition content, which means sharper images than the older tube-based TVs many of us grew up with. Digital photography has also replaced film with the general public, since it allows for instant pictures and the ability to display them on both computers and TVs. In fact, displaying your digital images on LCD TVs is so easy and popular that there are variety of ways to do it.
Things You'll Need
- Computer with CD burner
- DVD player
- USB flash drive
- HDMI cable
Burn your pictures to a CD then play them in a DVD player that's hooked up to your LCD TV. Many DVD players allow you to navigate through pictures with the remote control.
Stream the pictures directly from your computer to your LCD TV using an HDMI cable. Simply connect the HDMI port of your computer to the HDMI port of your LCD TV (typically found on the back with the other video inputs) using the HDMI cable, then open your favorite digital picture browser on your computer.
Save the files to a USB flash drive then insert it into your TV's USB port. Though older LCD TVs don't usually have this option, newer ones do. You can simply plug the flash drive into the TV and access it and the pictures using the remote.
Connect your digital camera to your TV. Many modern digital cameras have video outputs or USB outputs, allowing you to stream pictures directly from your camera to your LCD TV.
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