Question about PANDIGITAL 7-Inch Digital Photo Frame with 2 Interchangeable Frames (DPF701) Digital Picture Frame
Set it so it shows pictures all the time
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I find that going to the manufacturer's web site and then going to Support usually gets me access to at least an on-line manual, but most often a downloadable manual.
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Posted on Dec 16, 2008
The nature of 16:9 basically means that you will be losing photo information in normally framed 4x5/5x7 photos. There is no way to fix this because the frame size of 16:9 is wider than 4x5/5x7. The options the frame offers are the only options to make your photos fit. Either crop, or distort.
The best solution is to keep this in mind when taking photos from now on and assume you will be cropping the top and bottom of the image.
As for the photos you have already taken, the only viable tactic to take is to reframe them for 16:9 yourself. You can download a free photo editing application like "GIMP" to do this. Create a new project that is 800x450 pixels. This will give you a 16:9 canvas. Next drag your existing photos into this canvas and move it around and resize it until you find a suitable framing for your picture.
Unfortunately it seems that as 16:9 solidifies itself as the new screen standard people are finding that shooting photos framed for 4:3 or in portrait dimensions are not translating well to this new standard. You may even want to consider returning this frame and looking for a 4:3 aspect ratio frame if cropping/resizing is not acceptable for you. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
You have to go to menu and select exteranl media,
You can go to the menu and load external pics to internal memory.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
i have had the same problem and i have resolved the problem as following :
- measure the output tension on the external power unit ... she must be 12v ... on my unit i had 10v!!!
- open it (it's difficult but not impossible) ... look at the 2 condensers 1000uF 16v ... change them and you will retrevie the 12v output and your frame picture.
- an another solution is to buy a another 12v-3A external unit
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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