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Re: digital photo frame
you can do that by inserting our digital photo frame to your computer via usb and as soon as yor pc recognizes the photo frame, you can try and sending your photo towards it. you digital photo frame has internal memory so you might wana transfer those pics there. running from picasa however, you need to explore using picasa and as soon as picasa recognises the digital photo frmae, you can transfer now.
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The following instructions should be able to help you transfer pictures/images and music from your computer to the frame.
Power ON the frame. Connect the small end of the USB cable to the USB port on the side panel of the Digital Photo Frame. Connect the larger end of the USB cable to the USB port on your computer.
You will see some extra "Removable Disc" drives in "My Computer" -- One
for each of the memory card slots on the Digital Photo Frame. And the
last one is for the Internal Memory of the frame. Double-click on the
last "Removable Disc" icon to access the internal memory of the frame.
From here you can copy images and music files to the frame. You need to
transfer the images or music files into this folder (which is the
internal memory of the frame). Copy the files from your computer and
paste them in this folder. The picture files should be in the "standard JPEG" format and the music files should be in the "mp3" format. To disconnect the Digital Photo Frame from your computer:
In Windows, on the bottom taskbar, right click the icon which appears
in a green color, (this icon has an arrow pointing towards the left) and
select "Safely Remove Hardware". The Safely Remove Hardware" dialog box will appear. Select "USB Mass Storage Device" and click "STOP" On the next dialog box, click "OK" to remove the storage device. On the next dialog box, select "CLOSE" and disconnect the USB cable from your computer. Now you should be able to see the pictures on the digital photo frame.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program, such as Picasa ( http://picasa.google.com )
Take the camera and tag the pictures and select all of them and tag/ favorite and protect and tag some more directories you can create. That will delay transfering the pictures but all of them will transfer to files.
Connect the frame to you computer via the USB cable. Your computer
should see the frame as a removeable storage device (new drive letter)
if there's memory on the frame to store images. If not, then get a
cheap memory card or USB key for $20 and put the images there.
I was having a problem too with my Smartparts frame. All the pics were from the same camera but some of the vertical (portrait) orientation shots wouldn't show right. Just a bunch of thin colored lines. After some phone calls I did try to "resize" the photos to the "resolution" of my frame (had to look that up too). My frame is 640 width by 480 high. So I took a shot and changed all the goofy photos to 480 width (since they were vertical) and let Photoshop change the the other number. Low and behold the buggers are showing up fine now. Well on to my next problem - focusing with the new D90. I think that one is going to be more challenging yet. Hope this helps you out.
Put the card back into the camera and off load/take off your pictures (Put them on the computer). Then, put the card back into the camera and go to your options menu. Find the format feature, and format the card. Take some new pictures and then try putting the card back into the picture frame. Does it work? If so, transfer the images from your computer back to the card. If it continues to work, then Great! If not, more than likely there is an improper or corrupt file among your photos.
You have to first download the images to your computer and Save them in a folder. Then connect the USB cable from the digital photo frame to the computer and transfer the photos you want onto the frame. Some time you have to change the photos name to alphabetic order so you photoframe will display the pictures in the correct order.