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Not all jpeg images will load on 7'' Pandigital Photo Frame

After transferring images on my computer to the 7'' Pandigital photo frame when I check on the frame some of them are fine but for others I get a message that says ''Format Not Supported''. All the images show up as being transferred when checking through the computer. On the frame itself, however some slides are dark and have the message stated above. All the images I've tried to transfer are JPEGs. I can't figure out why some images transfer and others do not. Thanks for any suggestions

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  • stevewilson1 Dec 31, 2008

    Thanks. I'll play with the resolution although I don't think the ones that didn't load were way out of line. I did find the following Q&A on the Pandigital site. This may pose a solution but I can't figure out how to get to the "JPEG Options Dialogue Box", referred to in the answer. If anyone know how to do this, I'd appreciate hearing from you.

    I edited my pictures in Photoshop, saved them as a JPEG but they do not display on my Picture Frame.




    There are a few types of JPEG formats, therefore your pictures may have
    been saved in a incompatible format. The correct format to save images
    in when using Photoshop is: JPEG - Baseline Standard. When saving
    images in Photoshop:
    Click Save As, see Image 1. Click OK, you will open the JPEG Options
    Dialogue Box, See Image 2. Choose Baseline (“Standard”) from the Format
    Options sections and click OK. Your picture should now play on your
    Frame.



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  • stevewilson1 Dec 31, 2008

    Thanks. I'll play with the resolution although I don't think the ones that didn't load were way out of line. I did find the following Q&A on the Pandigital site. This may pose a solution but I can't figure out how to get to the "JPEG Options Dialogue Box", referred to in the answer. If anyone know how to do this, I'd appreciate hearing from you.

    I edited my pictures in Photoshop, saved them as a JPEG but they do not display on my Picture Frame.




    There are a few types of JPEG formats, therefore your pictures may have
    been saved in a incompatible format. The correct format to save images
    in when using Photoshop is: JPEG - Baseline Standard. When saving
    images in Photoshop:
    Click Save As, see Image 1. Click OK, you will open the JPEG Options
    Dialogue Box, See Image 2. Choose Baseline (“Standard”) from the Format
    Options sections and click OK. Your picture should now play on your
    Frame.



    Back to top


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I was having a problem too with my Smartparts frame. All the pics were from the same camera but some of the vertical (portrait) orientation shots wouldn't show right. Just a bunch of thin colored lines. After some phone calls I did try to "resize" the photos to the "resolution" of my frame (had to look that up too). My frame is 640 width by 480 high. So I took a shot and changed all the goofy photos to 480 width (since they were vertical) and let Photoshop change the the other number. Low and behold the buggers are showing up fine now. Well on to my next problem - focusing with the new D90. I think that one is going to be more challenging yet. Hope this helps you out.

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