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When I transfer some of my computer's jpg (those not taken by my Panasonic camera) to the SD card in the camera, I cannot view the picture in my camera. Any suggestion as to why this is so and how I may be able to manipulate the jpg so that I can view them in my D Snap camera?

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Once connected to your PC you can copy virtually any file to the SD card and transport it home. However, in doing so you do risk the possibility that the camera may not be able to properly display the existing images on its LCD screen. The files won't be damaged, so they can be manually copied to the PC afterwards. In a similar situation, .JPG images you obtain from other sources can be coped to the SD card for temporary storage, but the camera may not display them properly. In any of the above cases when a problem is experienced, manually copy the files to te PC anf reformat the SD card IN THE CAMERA.

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