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Unshuffling photos I downloaded 250 family photos in chronological order - set frame on shuffle off - however, I keep reloading them & they get shuffled - what can I do - I'm tired of reloading these 250 pictures. HELP!!

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Hi JudyCrab,

I've found I need to plug a separate SD card into the frame and copy my pictures to that to get them to stay sorted chronologically like I want. The internal memory in the frame puts the pictures out of order every time but the SD card has been keeping them sorted fine.

Hope this helped.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

  • educoder Jan 04, 2009

    Another bad thing I've noticed about the internal memory in the frame is that it will damage pictures. I've notced this in particular after deleting a picture that the subsequent picture is damaged. The internal memory seems to be a real weakness in this product.

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Just to clarify - .AVI is not a video format. It's a wrapper that holds the video. The same goes for things like .MOV or .OGM. These are only wrappers. So for Pandigital to say the frame supports ".AVI" does not explain much. It does not support codecs like DiVX or H.264, for example.

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