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I think I follow what your asking, so I'll do my best.
It reads that you want to play a movie you have on a flash drive through a digital picture frame.
Have you tried copying the flash drive to the internal storage and them playing the movie?
I think the biggest part of the problem is that the picture frames aren't capable of playing full movies, just slide shows. And any sound it has is on a separate section; not truly "linked" like a DVD or computer is. Picture frames are pretty much one trick ponies.
Most digital frames come with a USB cable to hook the frame directly up to a computer. When you plug in the frame, a drive should show up in your "My Computer" section (for Windows) or on your desktop (for Mac). In most cases, you just need to drag and drop the photos onto the drive.
On one side of the frame there should be memory card slots and a usb slot.
two ways to do it, take the memory card from the camera and put it in the frame.
Or down load the camera to tyour computer and then with a usb cable upload the picture fram with the pictures you want
Or from your computer load a memory card and then stick it in the frame
Plug the frame into the usb slot on your computer. Open up the folder with your pictures on it. Then open up my computer and look for the drive that is the frame. Drag your pictures right to the frame,s drive.,
I had the same problem. I use kodak easyshare software and load my pics on to that. Then put all the pics you want in the picture tray. Have your frame plugged into the computer with your usb cord. Then go up to File menu and drop down to "copy to". On my computer it is Folder "E" which is the drive the frame is connected to. Then pick from the Resize drop down menu " best for picture frame', then click copy. You will see the program loading all the pics to E drive. When done, unplug usb cord and you will see it loading on your pic frame. As easy as this is to do, I found it frustrating as well, but when it works, it is easy. Hope this helps
I don't have the booklet for this darn thing and I just got it for mothers day.... I have a sandisk in it and I can see the pics just fine, but it doesn't save them??? I can only view when I have something in it??? That's crazy?? Isn't it?? Help