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Hi, i can only copy some jpeg images to my 8FF3FP digital photo frame and not others, any ideas why???

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It only will show jpeg images no other formats show.

Technical information sheet of 8FF3FPB/00 - 8" (20 cm) Digital Photo Frame - Black + 1GB SD Card With the Philips 8FF3FPB/00 digital photo frame, you can show off all of your favourite digital photos in style!

Its 8" 4:3 screen has a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels, so with the 8FF3FPB/00, you don't need to resize your photos. Plus, the 8FF3FPB/00 uses ImagEn technology to ensure your photos always look their best on this clear, bright display.

The Philips digital photo frame is also an ecological choice, because its SmartPower function allows you to save a considerable amount of energy.
General Device Type Digital photo frame Key Features Digital photo viewer, memory card reader Width 24.5 cm Depth 12.1 cm Height 16.7 cm Weight 494 g PC Interfaces USB Features Auto power off, clock, USB host function, alarm, auto power on Localisation Belgium, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Indonesia, Israel, Lithuania, South Africa, Vietnam, Ukraine, Egypt, Hong Kong, Iran, Pakistan, Romania, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Luxembourg, Hungary, India, Bolivia, Uruguay, Honduras, Guatemala, Panama, Algeria, Morocco, Bangladesh, Philippines, Croatia, Kazakhstan, Slovakia, Slovenia, Korea, Latvia, Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Greece, Turkey Display Display Type LCD 8" - colour Display Form Factor Built-in Image Aspect Ratio 4:3 Image Contrast Ratio 300:1 Image Brightness 250 cd/m2 Display Format 800 x 600 Status Information Card, firmware version, memory Display Features Brightness Memory / Storage Flash Memory Cards Supported CompactFlash Card type I, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, MultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card, Memory Stick Duo, xD-Picture Card, Memory Stick PRO Duo, SDHC Memory Card Digital Photo Frame Operating Modes Landscape, portrait Features Variable slide show speeds Still images Supported Still images Formats JPEG

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