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The delete feature isn't well explained but it is in the E-manual for the BD-H8900M on page 89. You'll find Delete file or Partial Delete File options in the Options menu from the Play-back screen or the list of Recorded TV. To see the list of recorded programs, press List at the bottom of the remote. Alternatively, press the Home button on the remote (above the up arrow). Then select Recorded TV and press the Enter/Select button in the center of the arrow keys. Look for the Options icon (a square with a line going from the center of the square through the upper right hand corner). You may have to highlight a file. Press the Select key. Go through the menu for the Delete command and press Select. You will be prompted to confirm the choice.
This is as easy as any one can do go the main menu entertainment then select record sound and there you can start singing after finishing recording save the recorded file and then search the recorded file in the music go that file and select option then select use tone after that select as set as ringtone.Set the file then make a call to your number then there you can here your recorded ring tone.
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In the shooting mode, press the MENU button. Use the cursor keys to select "Recorded Pixels".Select the desired image size and press the OK button. Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
Full details are in the "Selecting the Recorded Pixels" section of the manual (page 75 in my copy). If you need a manual, you can download a copy at http://www.pentaximaging.com/files/manual/Optio%20M10_web.pdf
Divx compatibility with this player is limited as follows; available resolution size of Divx is under
720x576 pixel - file name Divx subtitle is avail by 56 characters - if number of the screen is over 30/sec the unit may not operate norm - playable Divx file avi,mpg. .mpeg - playable codec format
DIVX3.xx - DIVX4.xx - DIVX5xx -XDIV - MP43 - 31VX - if the video and audio structure of recorded
file is not interleaved, either video or audio is outputted.- if the fie is rec GMC the unit supports only
1 point of the record level - may be helpful!
I understand, if you are able to record on the SD card, make your computer to recognize it and lastly if you can transfer it successfully with no errors, we can make it to work by choosing an appropriate media player. I personally would recommend VLC player. Latest version of this software can be found in: www.filehippo.com Still if you are not able to open/run the media file. Let me know the type of file. I ll then according do a research and suggest a specific codec or a player that will support the file type. File type can be found be right-clicking on the file and selecting Properties.
It is possible that these videos have become corrupted and will not run you could try to download some codecs to your computer and see if that will make these run but that is about the best that can be done in these situations.
Hey there kbbate, if you use REC Mode you can choose the Recorded Pixels, and the Quality Level. 6m is the best available setting for the recorded pixels, and the quality level is default set to best, however you should check to ensure it's settings. Note: you cannot select Recorded pixels if the Quality level is set to Raw. Also Raw (3000x2008raw,3000x2000jpeg) would techniquely be the best setting for your purpose. You will just have to do the tweaking on the computer, rather than have the camera sort it out for you. Good Luck!
The DiMAGE 7i has four different image size settings; Full 2560x1920, UXGA 1600x1200, XGA 1280x960 and VGA 640-480. The recorded pixel size in each mode is almost equivalent to an image captured with a 5 mega pixel, a 2 mega-pixel, 1.3 mega-pixel, 0.35 mega-pixel DSC respectively.