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I couldn't see the pictures I put on my fuze.

All the pictures came from a digital camera.
They were in JPG format.

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You need to use the supplied Sansa Media Converter program to convert your pictures (and videos) to a format the Sansa can handle.

Posted on Jul 10, 2010

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You apparently are shooting in both jpg and raw modes. I do that. So what you have is actually two pictures. The jpg picture is full screen and the raw (nef) picture has the black lines you describe.

I don't know why it does this other than to allow you to recognize which pictures is raw and which is jpg. It is not a problem and picture quality is not impacted in any way.

Your manual should explain fairly clearly the benefits of both formats. You can use the menu to change it to take only jpg or nef pictures and possibly other formats.

When I edit photos, unless I'm in a hurry, I usually make a copy of the NEF photo and edit that. You can make many more changes in an NEF photo than you can in a jpg photo.

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You'll need to check your PC settings, it looks like you may have changed the format (filetype) of your pictures when you saved them after rotating them. I would suggest you camera only recognises photos in JPEG format (suffix .jpg)

Check the photos again on your PC they may have a different suffix such as .bmp. You should be able to re-save as .jpg.

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Yur camera would take pics in JPG format; if not, in the PC, open the picture witj some editor program and "save as" name file dor JPG extension.

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What format are the pics?


file extension?
It would be the same as what you added.
Example: I added, Picture 5.jpg then the picture on the device would be Picture 5.jpg.

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I want to attach digital pictures to send along with email messages but the picture files are too large. How can I rectify this issue?


What format are they stored in. I would have thought those stored in .JPG format would be ok to attach.

1) Check format of each picture, if necessary convert to .jpg or JPEG format. Most photo editing software will allow you to do this.

2) If already in .JPG format then reduce the size of photo's using photo editing software.

3) Limit the number of pictures you attach, I'd keep my emails to a max of about 5-6 Mhz. (3 pictures)

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Unsupported media format.jpg


You need to use the Sansa Media Converter to convert your pictures (and videos) to a format the Sansa can handle.

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Jpg do not convert


Hi before you upload your picture you need to convert it to the picture format that is compatible with your media player. You can use the software that has come with the user cd, revert to manual for more information.

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On my canon I can choose to shoot JPG mode, or RAW+JPG - this is the only way the card can be read directly on a PC.

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