Question about Cameras
After editing images in iPhoto, I've moved images back to the Kingston memory card via the same Promaster card reader I used to move them to the Mac, but many images (now being viewed in the camera) now have either a question mark or a message stating "incompatible jpg." Going camera-to-TV is my only means of viewing large images(that's why I moved them back from the Mac) , so I'd really like to solve this problem. Ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ''incompatible jpg''
You may have changed the format/extension of files when you imported them into your compute or after you edited them. r.
It could be your computer or the program you used to edit them with. If you can still read them on your computer, but not on your camera, then the formats aren't compatible. Most editing software is designed to open or import a large number of different formats and variations. Your camera will probably only accept the ones it creates
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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