Question about Kodak EasyShare EX1011 Digital Picture Frame
This digital picture frame continually shuts off after about a hour. I've checked the auto on/auto off settings. The auto off is set to off and the auto on setting will not let me change it to "off". I removed all the pictures that said file not supported, even though they were JPEG files.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kodak easy share SV 811
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
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: My Kodak M820 8
yes avi should play on that.. but i think that kind of device(frame) is like some of the mp4s that includes avi in the features but will have problems playing avi type of files.... ... i dunno if this is useful coz i dont think i have the answers to correct it... maybe u can just convert the files in other filetype that your frame can read....
i read this from wikipedia
The AVI container has no native support for modern MPEG-4 features like B-Frames. Hacks are sometimes used to enable modern MPEG-4 features and subtitles, however, this is the source of playback incompatibilities.
AVI files do not contain pixel aspect ratio information. Microsoft confirms that "many players, including Windows Media Player, render all AVI files with square pixels. Therefore, the frame appears stretched or squeezed horizontally when the file is played back." There are other video container formats that allow irregular shaped pixels.
More modern container formats (such as QuickTime, Matroska, Ogg and MP4) offer more flexibility, however, projects based on the FFmpeg project, including ffdshow, MPlayer, xine, and VLC media player, have solved most problems with viewing AVI format video files.
pls do update me if you've resolve the problem
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Pls. check if there is any reaction when pressing the buttons onto the frame.
Check the batt within the remote.
Reset the frame.
If all fails:
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
SOURCE: coby picture frame
clear off all the extra mac filesystem files using a windows machine (make sure you enable "show hidden files" in explorer). I just did this on mine and it works perfectly now.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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