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Portrait photos are chopped top and bottom

I tried resizing the photos, did nothing.
The issue is not addressed in the user guide.
Otherwise, all works fine

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Hi there, the screen resolution for that frame is only 800x400 pixels. When you're in your photo editor doing resizing, make sure you don't make the picture any bigger than that. Try it out and let me know how it goes.

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Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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Photos on craigslist


One of the useful features of Craigslist is that they allow you to upload up to eight digital photos to most classified ads for free.

Conveniently, they also allow the use of HTML code in the ad descriptions, which makes it possible for you to include an unlimited amount of photos hosted on external sites.

If you use the built-in upload tool, Craigslist will automatically resize the images for you.
If you host them on an external site, you will need to resize them yourself.

The resizing can be accomplished using HTML code.
Visit the Craigslist Web site and click the "post to classifieds" link Below.
http://www.craigslist.org/about/help/html_in_craigslist_postings/

Follow the prompts and enter in a title and description for your ad.
Click the "Add images" link when prompted if you want to upload some images with Craigslist's built-in uploading tool.

These will be automatically resized for you.
Continue reading if you want to add and resize your own images.


Go to your image host, such as Photobucket, ImageShack or Flickr, in a new browser window or tab and open the album containing the images you'd like to use.
Click or right-click on the images one at a time and choose the option (if necessary) to view the direct Web addresses for them.

This address is what you'll link to in the Craigslist ad. Type the following HTML code into the ad's Description box (a few lines below the text description you already typed in):
<img src="" height="" width="" />

Inside the "src" quotes, copy and paste the Web address for the first image you'd like to add to your ad.

Inside the "height" and "width" quotes, type in the height and width (in pixels) you'd like to resize it to.

For example:
<img src="http://www.site/image.jpg" height="200" width="300" />


Repeat the previous step for any additional images you'd like to add to your Craigslist ad.
When done, follow the prompts on the page to save and post your Craigslist ad.
http://www.craigslist.org/about/help/faq - pictures

http://www.craigslist.org/

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How can I resize pics for printing for my desktop?


Here's a great link that addresses the issue and also suggests what software to use: How to Resize a Photo for Printing
http://www.ehow.com/how_4442570_resize-photo-printing.html

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When i take a photo, It chops of half the bottom of the picture and adds on the top??? I really really need to know how to fix this


This is a very strange issue. First I would back up all of your photos and then format the memory card using the camera's menus. Then take more pictures and see if it's still a problem.
If that doesn't fix it, try turning off the stabilization features or any effects (a mirror type effect could produce this but seems unlikely on a higher-end camera like this).
If it's still a problem you will likely need to get it repaired by Sony, it sounds like a software issue.
In the meantime, it's easy to fix those photos using any basic image editor. You can try GIMP (more advanced) or Paint.net (more basic). Both are free. Just cut the bottom half and paste it on the top.
If you have Photoshop, you could even make an action to batch-fix all of your photos that have this problem.

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How do i expand the picture to fill the screen?. right now there's about 2" to 3" on either side of the screen of black space unused. It fills top to bottom ok. I did not receive a users guide...


Change the aspect ratio to 16 X 9 from 5 X 4
That'll do it. Just go into the picture menu and select whatever size you wish. Auto works quite well.
I hope this helps.

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Corrupted display on LCD monitor.


Those lines on the right side show sign of damaged T-CON board, part of the LCD panel assembly, nothing you can do but getting the new LCD panel. The bright section on the screen looks like the backlight lamp reflector got out off the guide channel.
http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
Sorry for bad news.

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My pictures are too large when downloaded onto laptop. How can I change the setting so that I can mail to friends? I never had a problem until my son borrowed the camera & altered it!


You can resize the images. For this you can use Irfanview or Paint. Or click here to visit a website which will allows you to upload and resize photos.it allows you to resize one by one.

If you want to use Paint, right-click on any photo you wish to resize and click edit. Press Ctrl+A to select the complete photo. Then drag the sliders wher you can see the end of the photo. Or

  1. Open the image file you wish to edit.
  2. Click the Image Menu at the top and select Stretch/Skew Image.
  3. Choose a percentage figure to resize the image. To avoid distortion, choose the same percentage for the horizontal and vertical stretch.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Once you have the desired size, click File, then Save or click Save As... to prevent overwriting the original image.

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There are black ink smudges on the bottom corners and edges of my color prints on velvet fine art paper. How can I stop that from happening. I already cleaned the heads twice. The prints are great...


The R2400 has an option to load paper on-top (Epson calls it the Automatic Document Feeder) and at the back. Based on the printer's User Guide the Velvet Fineart Paper should be loaded at the back. (Epson called is the Manual Single Sheet Feed).

Look at the User's Guide availabe on their website.

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Photos gets blurred


They are being compressed during the upload. there is nothing you can do. Once they arrive on the destination server, they are resized and compressed according to the websites parameters. if the site compreses them too small, they will become blurred. Imagine taking a photo, then resizing it to 5% of its size, then, save it, and re-open it and try to blow it back up. It will be blurry. That is whats going on at the server: they are being resized and you are getting blured images

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Digital Picture Frame Shows Black Bars


The nature of 16:9 basically means that you will be losing photo information in normally framed 4x5/5x7 photos. There is no way to fix this because the frame size of 16:9 is wider than 4x5/5x7. The options the frame offers are the only options to make your photos fit. Either crop, or distort.

The best solution is to keep this in mind when taking photos from now on and assume you will be cropping the top and bottom of the image.

As for the photos you have already taken, the only viable tactic to take is to reframe them for 16:9 yourself. You can download a free photo editing application like "GIMP" to do this. Create a new project that is 800x450 pixels. This will give you a 16:9 canvas. Next drag your existing photos into this canvas and move it around and resize it until you find a suitable framing for your picture.

Unfortunately it seems that as 16:9 solidifies itself as the new screen standard people are finding that shooting photos framed for 4:3 or in portrait dimensions are not translating well to this new standard. You may even want to consider returning this frame and looking for a 4:3 aspect ratio frame if cropping/resizing is not acceptable for you. Good luck!

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