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Power supplies for digital photo frames

  • I want to send a digi photo frame to friends in the US. Will the standard power supplies work on US voltage?

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Is there a firmware updates for dff 1002(Digital photo frame)


Unlikely this is a first or second generation Digital Photo Frame. Also typically digital photo frames don't get firmware updates, unless they're third party hacks.

Jan 28, 2015 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Banner removal from AVI using Donald Graft's Logo Filter and Adobe Photoshop


This excellent Logo Filter is usually use for adding rotating logo's to the corners of AVI files but I have found another great use if you are a bit of a wizard on Adobe Photoshop.

You can save the output frame in VirtualDub as a BMP using CTRL+2 edit it in Photoshop then overlay your edited BMP's back into the frame that you exported it from. It will take a long time to do this I have done 10 frames and the results are here I took me about an hour to create the 10 bitmaps and set the filter up correctly but the results are clear.

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The Starting Frame is 61642 and I have created 10 bitmaps that start at 0000.bmp through to 0009.bmp as the origin of X:Y=0:0 for Duration of 1 frame each and loop once as you are replacing the full frame the transparent colours are not used and greyed out.

I suggest that you download his Rotating Earth and latest Logo filter and give it a go, the Earth can be made transparent (remove the back square) and last the whole AVI rotating once each frame forever using these settings.

http://neuron2.net/logo/logo.html

NOTE: There are a total of 75 bitmaps, this will give one per frame starting at frame 0 if you want the earth to rotate slower increase the Duration by the desired number of frames. If you set this to 0 one frame will last the entire AVI length (so it won't rotate)

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I will post my resultant AVI's very soon until then I have upped this screendump from VirtualDub to show you how good this method is if you have the time!!!

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Here is a screendump showing the same frame when processed using the best alternative quicker method Delogo Removal (no longer being developed) it gives an acceptable result. You can also use several instances of the filter across different frame sequences so you can get the best results possible. By changing the Pixel aspect ratio and Power.

This filter real comes into its own this semi-transparent logos when you can use the DeBlend Masks that you can also create using Photoshop check out my tip on how to do this HERE the Logo Removal filter with UGLARM is discussed in this tip as another alternative this one you can't specify a range of frames and has to be added for the full AVI, come on Krzysztof Wojdan lets add this function to improve your filter.

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WHAT IF YOU HAVE TWO RECORDINGS OF THE SAME BROADCAST

If you have the two AVI's of the same broadcast with logos banners in different places then you can also use this Filter and Adobe Photoshop to overlay BMP's

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Covering the grey hatch area over the scrolling banner on the AVI using Donald Graft's Logo Filter with specific frame reference, I have included a 50% transparent mask to indicate the area masked for use with the DeLogo Filter. When all AVI's are created then use TMPGEnc v4.0 Xpress to combine all into one (VirtualDub Append AVI only works if the file audio is the same).

In the screendump belows I used a combination of DeLogo and Graft's Logo to make it easier (DeLogo works great on solid colours if you get the red mask, pixel aspect and power just right it will move it to a 99.8% success.

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The 3 seconds (highlighted in YELLOW) on this join using Logo filter v1.7b2 took about 6 hours to complete the bitmaps with Photoshop (only 30secs to encode the new AVI segment with VirtualDub) the BMP's and frame settings for each change means (the nature of AVI's means that even at 25fps where the frame changes ever 2 frames it sometimes changes 3 then back to 2 or even upto 4) the animation check box can't be used which would make this so much easier. Also using one PSD for all the BMP's makes it easier to track the changes using a guide as a reference point to line up the BMP's also use drag or paste to stack the BMP's like in this example.

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on Feb 27, 2010 | Philips DivX DVD Player

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Sharp dvd player does not come on even on standby although the power supply is on.


Pleasant day!

The problem could be the power supply or the main board.all you have to do is to follow this simple and easy way of troubleshooting.

  1. Remove the cover.
  2. Plug-in your DVD player and power it ON to perform a voltage data/check.
  3. Check the input power of the DVD.Use multimeter tester to test the AC voltage (AC range).It should have 120v or 240vac depends on the requirement of your DVD or the main supply that comes on the outlet.If no voltage reading,your power cord have a continuity problem.Replace it with the same type and A.W.G number standard.
  4. If the power cord got voltage reading.Next is test the output voltage of power supply such as 5vdc for the main board and logic supply using multimeter (DC range).If no voltage reading,the problem could be the power supply board.
Check the following parts which commonly breaks on power supply board.
  • The power transistors (regulators)-It is commonly binds on heat sink and found on the primary of the chopper.use a multimeter (range diode test) to check if it is shorted.
  • The fuse-able resistors-it is the resistor that have low resistance such as 1ohm 2.2 ohms etc.It is usually found near the power regulators/transistors.Use multimeter (range resistance) to check if it is open or change value.
  • The capacitors-it is the one who can store voltage.If you have capacitance meter you can test that,if none just look at the appearance of the capacitor if it is bulge on top or leak.
NOTE: If you found the defective parts that mention above,replace it with the same type and ratings.
When the problem is still there,The problem of the power supply is major and not for D.I.Y.I suggest to send it to the qualified technician or just buy a new one.

5. If the power supply have output voltage.The problem could be the main board and unfortunately the main board is not for D.I.Y because composition of the board is very sensitive.The only way to fix it is to buy a new main board unit.

I hope this solution could fix your problem.Please response if you have any comment and question.Thank you and good luck.

Apr 28, 2011 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Power supply different voltage supply will it work in Australia


Unless the power supply is a multi-system* type, the unit will not work in Australia without major modifications to suit the mains voltage. The differences between USA and Australian voltages are significant. We use a higher voltage rating for appliances than America does, and appliances made for Australia operate at around 220-250V AC.

In order for it to function correctly and safely in Australia, the power supply would need major modification, which can prove expensive, and often impractical.

Mar 02, 2011 | Magnavox MDR513H/F7 Player

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My dmr e85h display "hold" for 5 sec and turn off


The power supply board on the DMR-E85H has problems. The earlier boards suffered from leaking capacitors and the later boards from voltage regulator problems. If your machine is now dead, the fuse on the power supply board has also blown.Go to the following links for details and photos on how to fix: Replacing capacitors:http://www.fixya.com/support/t216825-dvd_recorder_frozen_please_wait_display Replacing the voltage regulator:http://www.rbjtech.net/electrical/e85/e85.htm#0 Hope this helps. My machine had the later ps board and the voltage regulator replacement worked perfectly.

May 21, 2009 | Panasonic DMR-E85H DVD Recorder

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Message on machine constantly says "please wait". It will not turn off unless unplugged.


This machine has problems with the power supply board that can cause a continuous please wait on system check or please wait triggered by trying to dub to DVD-R. The first problem is likely to occur with the older power supply boards and the DVD dub problem on the later boards. The bad capacitor problem was on the earlier power supply boards. The following link is to the solution for this http://www.fixya.com/support/t216825-dvd_recorder_frozen_please_wait_display The later power boards have a voltage regulator problem and the fix for this is at http://www.rbjtech.net/electrical/e85/e85.htm#0 You will notice from the photos that the early and later boards look different so it's easy to see which one you have. I replaced the voltage regulator in my machine and it now works like new.

May 11, 2009 | Panasonic DMR-E85H DVD Recorder

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Was given digital picture frame . have no cd manual. haS 22 PICTURES ON IT .CAN I PUT MORE? MODEL NO. 7FF1


It depends on how big the existing pictures are. It has a 14MB internal memory, but it says about 12MB for storage. You can buy memory card to insert into the frame but it will not display internal memory once you insert a new memory card. If you bought a 512MB card, you could put hundreds to thousands of pictures in JPG format. You can hook the frame to your computer or directly to a digital camera. From the computer it takes a few seconds to convert the pictures. The frame will show up on your PC as a mass storage device and you will be able to delete photos as well.

I hope this helps

Dec 05, 2008 | Philips DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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I just purchased a digital photo frame, the DP-758. I loaded photos from my USB key, 52 photos. I somehow have 233 photos on the photo frame, I don't know how. I would like to know how to delete...


hi there
your photo frame has not got a built in memory so it can only read pictures from the card you put in and only while the card is inserted. these extra pictures are either on your card, which you can delete yourself via your p.c., or they are stock demo pictures on the picture frame which can't be deleted.if you insert your card before you switch the frame on it should read only the card.

hope this helps

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Oct 08, 2008 | Coby DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Digital photo pictre frame wiil not stay on. when turned on it starts and then its shuts down


Check the power supply contacts, if it is battery one remove and put back the batteries, clean battery contact with alcohol.

Sep 12, 2008 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Power supply blew U301 (5M02659R chip)


I don't know where you can get a replacement module, but this dvd player uses very standard voltages (3.3, 5, 12, etc). If you feel up to it you can power it up with a standard desktop ATX supply. It's just a matter of matching the proper wires. I do believe they are labelled in the player.

Aug 27, 2008 | Philips DVP642 DVD Player

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