The picture on my Polaroid TLX04011C is too big. Is there any way to reduce the sixe/ It was working... (More) The picture on my Polaroid TLX04011C is too big. Is there any way toreduce the size/ It was working fine.....(when watching a sportingevent I got the whole picture on the screen....score at the bottom andall.) I moved the set to another room and after hooking up DVD and VCRthe picture size is different. I must have done something to effectthat but I have no idea what.....Help!!! Joe Brad
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Just off the phone with Polaroid - it means the memory is Full. Take all the pictures off, delete from the device and it should go away. If not, format the memory card and that should take care of it as well.
The manual for the Polaroid IDF-1030 is ridiculously simple and not very helpful. There's actually more information on the outside of the box.
One of the features that is not intuitively easy to figure out is how to get the frame to display a picture slideshow AND play music at the same time. The remote is the only way that you can set this up.
First, on your computer, create a folder for the images and a folder for the music. If you put music in the images folder, your slideshow will stop at the first music file it finds and just display the music player's equalizer interface. This is very boring.
Note on the pictures.. spend a little time and reduce the size of your pictures to 640 x 480 pixels. Dealing with large files on the photo frame is painfully slow.
images should be in JPEG (.jpg) format although it will also display .gif files. Music should be MPEG (.mp3) format.
Copy these folders to the root of your memory card.
Put the memory card in the Polaroid frame card slot and turn it on.
Use the remote and press the STOp button if it automatically starts displaying the pictures.
Press the MUSIC button and select the REPEAT button until you see REPEAT ALL at the bottom of the screen.
Press the PLAY/PAUSE to start the music, then immediately press the SLIDESHOW button to start the slideshow with music.
I hope this helps some of you who had trouble with this.
The polaroid i830 does not have a good built in memory so u cannot take more than 2 pictures at a resolution of 8 mega pixels.
So, either you need to buy a SD card (I have 2 GB working perfectly fine with my i830) or reduce the resolution to VGA.
1. Switch on the camera.
2. Push the button below 'M'.
3. You will find the option of resolution, select VGA.
there will be a button on the remote that says aspect, or pic size, hit that button, untill you get the size you want, if you cant find the button, go into the menue, click the picture, or video section, and look for aspect racio, or pic size in there
i have the same problem. i took my tv to radioshack, and they said that they dont tale tvs that are bigger that 27 inches. so i took to one of these places that fix tv, they are charging me $270, beacuse they have to change the power supply and sometranssitors,
It all depends on the size of the pictures, if you have 200 on there now then they are likely to be around 5 Mb each. Try reducing the resolution of pictures taken, they won't be as big.
You can also use a program like Gimp to reduce the size of your photos:
It is a great free image editor very similar to Photoshop.
If you can reduce your photos to 1 Mb or less you can hold over 1,000 pictures on your 1 GB flash drive.
Describe wierd - this word means nothing.
White flash images are over exposed- so reduce the
ISO setting to a lowers number if the camera allows it.
Reduce power of the flash.
The easiest way to do this is to put layers of tissue of the light reducing the intensity until you get it about right.
your picture tube is not blown you are having problem in the color circuit there is an ic that controls that circuit,the tv is also having a vertical problem an ic also controls that circuit you will have to call a tech to repair your tv good luck