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Viewing pictures on camera

When viewing pictures from the SD card on my computer, I rotated some pictures (using Windows Photo Gallery) to portrait view but when I tried to view these rotated portrait shots on the camera again all I see is solid black instead of a picture. What can I do to view them on my camera again?

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  • neilroxburgh Aug 10, 2008

    Last advice was pretty vague and not what I hoped (or payed) for. It's obviously to me that when Windows Photo Viewer rotated and resaved my .jpg pictures on the SD card, something was changed within the the the file that my Lumix camera doesn't accept. Have tried rotating in back, but with no success. What can I do?

  • neilroxburgh Aug 10, 2008

    Ekse was helpful, and I will bear it in mind for future (my comment about the vague advice was for the first response I received). Thank you Ekse.
    So...
    Is there no way I can return the pictures that have already been adjusted to a format which my camera accepts? I'd really like to be able to have them on my SD card to show friends.

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When you rotated pictures you changed picture size and definition, that is the reason why camera does not display them again.
If you check file size, you will see that rotated pictures are smaller than regular ones.
There is no way to get picture to original definition once you reduce it, however if you use a program like Photoshop you can check size and definition on original pictures, and re-rotate and resize rotated pictures to send them back to the camera, quality will be poorer than originals. Attributes to check are length and width (preferably in pixels) and definition, then you save pictures as best quality.

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Hello,
You cannot view the picture which you have edited the view to potrait in your camera..Only a Few cameras have this facility so it is a incompatibility due to which you cannot see those pictures again..NOw you cannot view these images in you camera!!...So its always kindly advisable for you to copy the pictures from your card to your computer by which you wont affect the pictures on the card!!..thank you

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The windows program which rotates the pictures writes over the pictures so it cant be displayed on the camera anymore. Best thing todo is to COPY the pictures into your computer so you have the original ins the camera then you can freely rotate the ones on your pc without worrying about will they show correctly in the camera.

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You might have changed some settings in your camera .......just check whether the settings are proper ......

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