Question about Cameras
I just purchased a 1-" iQ Digital Picture Frame, model: IQ-DPF10BK and I'm having the following question/problem:
I'm rather new as to how to manipulate pictures to show properly on a dig. picture frame, if it requires any special skill or knowledge to do so. Well, at least, on this very unit.
I have some pics. that came on a memory stick which not only show at full screen but also the image is crisp and clear. The ones I'm trying to display are pics I took with a Kodak EasyShare camera. All pictures, no matter how I save them, either high or low resolution, seem to show the same way: They all seem to be a bit blurry and I cannot seem to find a way to make them show at full screen without using the zoom feature, but if I do that the slide show won't play.
When I view the pics on my computer they're just perfect. I also have some printouts of the same pics and they look just as good.
What would I be doing wrong or Is there a special way to take the pictures or to treat them before showing on this device?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PNY SDHC 4GB memory card
I would try reinstalling your software, or updating your drivers. You could also try getting a card reader that connects to a USB port and try transferring your images with that instead of connecting the camera directly to the computer. I also have included a link to the manufacturer where you can download the latest version of your software, and troubleshoot your issue if still needed. I hope this helps!
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Posted on Jul 02, 2008
You need to make sure that the pics are on standard jpeg compression, if not try opening file from your pc using mspaint then save file as jpeg
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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