I have a bunch of files that I can see on My Pictures,Digital image library. Cannno zoom browser but I cann open as I get a message cannot recognize format or corrupt file. I am operating a windw xp which was repaired last summer using a cd that dell sent to me. It was'' MS Windows XP media center version 2005 with update rollup 2.'' I was sent another disc call''drivers and utilities already installed on your computer'' which we did not use. Is there anything I can do without having to pay MORE money. I can see them in the file I just cannot open.Sincerly Peg
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Re: can see pictures cannot open
Put in the cd with drivers and utilities already installed on your computer. Some of the programs might have been corrupted or not installed in the first place. Install the programs and you should be able to open your picture files.
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I assume this is a problem with your web browser since you have not specified the app that is causing this problem. Most browsers will have an option called "load images" which you should enable by checking the box next to it. If you want me to tell you how to do this then please provide the name and version of your browser.
lacking the expensive adobe acrobat (not the reader) .. then they make it hard to do .. but here is a simple way .. display the photo you want as large as possible on the screen ... then push the "PRN SCR" button (print screen) .. now an image of the whole screen is in the "copy buffer" (clipboard) .. now open any photo editor (if you dont have one you can use "microsoft Paint" , that comes with windows) click on "paste" now you have that screen image as a picture ... you can use the magnifier to display the image bigger or smaller (alt click makes it smaller) .. then in paint you select the portion of the picture you want to keep (selection tools) then click on "crop" now save that as a JPG or other file format that is supported .. now you have a JPG of the image that was in the PDF ... the resolution of the final result depends on how big you were able to make the object before you pushed "PRN SCR" it will look just like what you see on the screen ... you can also paste into Microsoft Word if you have that .. Gimp is a really nice Free photo editor if you are willing to learn a lot .. it will take a while to get into but is worth while .. does a nice job for things like this ..
There are three ways to create a Video CD (VCD) that contains your photo stories:
You can obtain Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition and view the Photo Story 3-authored WMV file in Photo Story 2 by going to Play your story or create a video CD of your story and then create a VCD.using the Photo Story 2 Video CD-burning feature.
You can obtain Microsoft Digital Image Suite 10 or above and view the Photo Story 3-authored WMV file in the Photo Story that comes with the Digital Image Library and save and burn to VCD.
You can obtain VCD-authoring products that work with Photo Story files, such as MyDVD by Sonic Solutions or InstantCD\DVD by Pinnacle Systems. You can use these software to convert the Windows Media video (WMV) files into files that can be copied to a DVD and played in a DVD player. Note: VCD and DVD-authoring software is not included with Photo Story 3.
I generally depends upon the size of the picture that you are storing and the memory card that in the digital frame.
eg 128 MB photo frame ,would store close to 10 pictures at 8 megapixel resolution