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You do not, jpeg or jpg is a picture saved format the numbers refer to image size if I understand correctly, are you trying to show a picture on a TV via a usb port with a memory stick (sandisk).
Is the TV "moaning" about what you have on that disk so far?
Memory sticks/devices are formatted like a computer system those under 32Mb are mostly FAT32 which is recognised by most machines, but can be another "type" like FAT (for very old/small memory+systems) NTFS or to suit Mac etc.
The first thing is to format that disk in FAT32 (if new and unused no data on it) via a computer your TV then should recognise it and fire up a menu to try and show its contents etc.
Then you can fill that disk with pictures in jpg format for your TV to show on screen, other formats mainly will not work like TIF or BMP as its software is unable to open them.
I am working in the dark a bit about what is going on with your problem so the above is a bit general in my answer, the other thought I have is that if you have pictures taken by a high definition camera it may create files in jpg that are over large for them to be displayed on older equipment so you may need to reduce their size via a computer program and then show on a TV, this I find is a problem with cameras+images created from 10Mp upwards as older systems+software are unable to cope due to lack of memory mostly.
Hope this helps a bit.........
If you can connect the camera to your PC via a cable, normally USB, to browse the contents of the camera's internal memory then try simply to do a search on the camera's 'drive' for .png, .jpeg or .jpg, .bmp or any other filetype that your camera would use. Your PC should be able to find any files using those file types and display them. From there you can copy or cut and paste them to a location on your PC's hard drive. You may have to make sure that your computer has Show Hidden Files and Folders turned on under Folder Options. Normally, a camera saves all videos and pictures in a folder called DCIM, even on internal storage.
Pictures you want to put on the MP705 should have JPEG format:
pictures should have JPG or JPEG (capitals or small letter) extension behind its name, like photo1.jpg or mypicture.jpeg . Keep in mind that pictures with high resolution can be too large for the memory capacity your player !
You can put pictures into the player with:
> Windows Explorer:
Select start in the left corner below of the computer screen and explore 'My Computer': look for a removable disk with a capacity of 1 , 2 or 4 GB , depending on the memory your player has.
When you double click the MP705, 2 folders should show up:
1. Media: for all content that can be reached from within the player
2. Data: for all content that can be reached only, when connecting to a computer.
'Drag and drop' or 'copy and paste' pictures (JPEG) from the computer into the Media folder.
When exploring the player as a removable disk,
before taking out the USB cable
always go to the safely remove hardware icon in the right corner of the computer's screen below: left click and select the player's disk to disconnect
> Windows Media Player 11
Right click on the upper black bar to see the Help topic and left click on Help for how to transfer pictures with WMP11.
When you need downloads for the MP705, enter cobyusa.com in the address bar of Internet Explorer. Next enter MP705 in the Product Search bar in the page top right side and all support for this player shows up.
This photo frame will only support jpeg files. Other formats can't be displayed as show up as a red x. Also, the picture is 800x600 so larger formated files may not display correctly either. Remove the SD card and look at it using your PC. Check that all the files are .jpg - if not either replace or reformat them to be jpg and it should work fine.
The A701 is a bit cranky. I've found that it prefers USB flash sticks of upto 2GB. It likes the flash stick formatting before use. And it prefers jpg files added to the root directory of the flash stick - so no images in folders. Finally but probably least important, it's not much point uploading 2MB jpgs as the screen is pretty much 72DPI smaller size JPGS lead to a faster loading. ( try around 900x 600 dpi )
That's a slightly vague question, but I can tell you a couple things... I guess one thing you'll want to know is how to upload stuff. You'll first need to connect your psp to the computer via the usb cord you got with your psp. Then go into the psp settings menu and scroll up till you get to usb connection. Click that and then you'll be connected to the computer. I don't know what kind of computer you have but it should have a pop-up that tells you something is plugged in.Mine personally says something like the computer recognized a removable drive would you like to open it? If your computer does that click yes, if your computer is an older computer and doesn’t do that… go into My Computer and open the psp drive The psp drive will contain a couple of folders PSP MP_ROOT MUSIC PICTURE VIDEO If you want to put music and pictures on your psp, all you’ll need to do is open the correct folder and put in the music and or pictures you wish to upload. *If you want to play WMA you’ll have to go into settings and enable WMA play or else the psp won’t play them, and also make sure your photos are .jpg or .jpeg If you want to play a video on you psp you’ll have to load a psp video converter on you computer to convert the files to the correct format. Once they’re in the correct format you’ll need to open the file MP_ROOT folder, and then open the 100MNV01 folder and place the file into the folder. Once you’ve uploaded what you’ve wanted press O on the psp, which will bring you back to the menu.
connect your psp to your pc with your usb cable then in the options of your psp connectby pressing usb. then in my computer on your pc there should be a new drive. in that drive there is a folder for pictures. just put them in there. If its not the transfer thats the problem and its just certain pictures it might be the format i think psp supports .jpeg, .jpg, .jfif, .jpe, .png, .gif, .tiff, .tif, .bmp, and .dib pictures
Did you have the same problem with Media Player 10/Media Connect or is this the first time you've tried it?
Given that you have the same problem with pictures stored on a USB storage device this may well suggest that you are using an unsupported file format, how are your pictures saved?
Try converting or re-saving your pictures, you can find a list of supported formats in your Xbox 360 user guide but JPEG (.jpg) is usually a safe choice.