JPEG pictures do not display in WIN XP media center
Helothis message has helped one of my problems :D
but i'm still stuck with video clips on my pc that i can only watch with
windows media playermedia center won't recognize them
it's an hour i've been searching the net for an answer, but i can't find
i had found once on a web site, the same solution that u gave for the pictures
but they gave it for video's (too bad my video's were working good bak then,
didnt add the web site to my favorites and i cant find it anymore)
so im wondering and hoping really hard that you can help me out
thx a lot
"Dana Cline - MVP" wrote:
Some picture that i receive in mail dot show because there is no viewer installed. Although they do show when I use the Windows picture and fax viewer. but don't they show directly on click?
Re: JPEG pictures do not display in WIN XP media center
Seems like a codec confliction to me.
uninstall any codecs that you have installed: divx, quicktime etc then download the "k-lite codec pack" for codec issues or alternatively download "media player classic", you can view jpeg images using media player classic aswell as a wide variation of video formats.
to view pictures in media player classic (not to be confused with an old version of windows media player by the way), simpely open mediaplayerclassic.exe and drag the images you need to veiw on top of it.
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The JPEG's that won't display are probably too high a resolution or the file size of the image may be too high. If you are using sandisk Sansa for instance you can use the Sansa Media Converter to change (lower) the resolution of the images, or you can use other software to alter the images.
In order to have a succesful Transfer of songs from you computer to your mp3 player follow these Steps:
Insert the CD supplied with your product into the CD ROM drive of your PC.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation of Philips Device Manager and Philips Media Converter. The Philips Media Converter converts video clips and JPEG pictures into suitable formats for the player.
2/ Connect and charge:
Connect to PC: When you connect the player to the PC, it automatically charges.
Connect the supplied USB cable to the mini USB port at the bottom of the player, the other end to your PC.
Your player appears as a USB mass storage in Windows Explorer. You can organize files, transfer music and picture to your player during USB connection. Use Philips Media Converter to transfer video file. See Media Converter for details.
Click and highlight one or more songs to transfer between your player and your computer.
Use drag and drop actions to complete your transfer.
Tip : To transfer music CDs to the player use software such as Musicmatch Jukebox or Windows Media Player, rip (convert) the songs on your music CD into MP3/WMA files. Copy the files into the digital audio player via Windows Explorer. Free versions of these programs can be downloaded from the internet.
Also you can Transfer Video:
The Philips Media Converter converts video clips and JPEG pictures into suitable formats for the player. You can install the software from the supplied CD.
Did you have the same problem with Media Player 10/Media Connect or is this the first time you've tried it?
Given that you have the same problem with pictures stored on a USB storage device this may well suggest that you are using an unsupported file format, how are your pictures saved?
Try converting or re-saving your pictures, you can find a list of supported formats in your Xbox 360 user guide but JPEG (.jpg) is usually a safe choice.
Movies shot on FUJI's digital cameras are recorded in Motion JPEG format and can be played back using QuickTime version 3.0 or later.
(You can download QuickTime from the Apple Computer site).
To play back movies in Windows Media Player, download and install DirectX 8.0 or later from the DirectX website.
Let us know if it fix your problem,or you need for more help.
Good luck !!