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Re: Pictures from computor to memory card
Hello there Yes you can do tha. Just connect the the camera or if you use a card reader then connect the card reader and memory card to the Computer. After that the Camera or Card are shown as memory card in my computer. Open that and you can find all the photos on the camera. Copy the photos from your computer that you want to load onto the camera and paste them in the folder where the photos are there. Thats it , now you can see the photos on your camera.
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The Pandigital picture frame saves its image files on the memory card. You can put pictures in memory card by inserting it to a memory card reader on the computer and copying pictures to it. Tthe picture frame, then reads the files on the memory card.
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Hello, ok where to start.. First of all I do not own this picture frame but hopefully I can help you manage it.
(( I'll explain on how to use the memory card HOWEVER your frame should
have a USB cord, which will make this entire process easier. If you
would use this cord, then you can simply connect the cord to the
computer without using the card reader or the memory card. ))
The Sandisk memory card will hold the pictures that the frame will show. In other words you must put the pictures you want into the card. So the next step is how do you put the pictures in. I don't know the type of computer you use, but look at your computer to see the small **** where the memory card can go into. If your computer is older or a desktop computer you may not have this. In which case you would need a card reader. A card reader is a cheap item you can purchase in any electronics store. (best-buy, staples etc) It has an opening for the memory card on one end (make sure the one you buy has the correct size to match your sandisk. It should but check it anyways), and a USB on the other end. You simply place the card inside then stick the card reader into the USB port on your computer. On the screen you should be able to see a small box open up called Auto-Play. Basically it is asking what you want to do next. Towards the bottom there is an option called "Open folder to view files" When you click on that a box will appear. This box is basically the folder for your memory card. Putting the pictures inside is relatively easy at this point. All you must do is to find the pictures you want to put into the frame and drag it with your mouse into the box. (You can also go on top of the picture (or pictures) and click on the right button of the mouse, COPY then go to the open box for the memory card and right click with your mouse and select PASTE.) Now you have the pictures inside the memory card. (Don't move entire folders instead move individual pictures) The picture DVD is a similar process. The easiest way is ; place the DVD to your computer, and when it asks you what to do with it, choose "open folder to view files" (if it doesn't go to your Start> Computer> DVD) I would first copy the contents of the DVD to your computer. This way if something happens to the DVD, you will have a back-up. Simply using the same technique we used , put the pictures you want into the memory card. You don't have to put every picture in to the card. Just pick and choose the ones you want.
it depends on your digital frame becuase some frame cannot be save the picture on the internal memory. if the manual says that you can save or upload try to go setting and look for copy then choose from( memory card to internal or internal to memory card)
Tough the picture frame states 1000 photos, it really depends on the size of the picture. To resolve this purchase a 2 or 4 gb memory card and download your pictures onto the card. You can insert the card in the slot of the picture frame and then connect to your computer and download your pics from your computer directly onto the memory card.
On the back of the frame remove the memory card, then You need to use a pc with a Memory card reader, you can get usb card readers that simply plug in your usb, then copy all the pictures you want on the card from pc.
It depends on how big the existing pictures are. It has a 14MB internal memory, but it says about 12MB for storage. You can buy memory card to insert into the frame but it will not display internal memory once you insert a new memory card. If you bought a 512MB card, you could put hundreds to thousands of pictures in JPG format. You can hook the frame to your computer or directly to a digital camera. From the computer it takes a few seconds to convert the pictures. The frame will show up on your PC as a mass storage device and you will be able to delete photos as well.