Trouble inserting a different picture for each record. Want to link to file on another drive, and want the pictures to show up in a report.
I want to show a different picture in each record. I have inserted a picture from a file in my picture column in my table..the column is set up for ole objects. It shows up as a package...when I make a report it only shows the picture description..At one point I got the picture but they were all the same pictures (don't know how I did it.) I'm confused about bound and unbound...I just want to link it so I don't use up space on my "C" drive, but won't the pictures show on my report? Confused for quite some time...Any help would be appreciated...Thanks, Susan
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A bound object is an object displayed within a field of a record in a table. Access can display the object in a form or print it on a report. A Bound object is bound to an OLE object data type field in a table. If you use a bound object in a form, you can add and edit pictures record by record.
An Unbound object is not stored in a table, it is placed on the form or report. An Unbound object control is the equivalent of a label control. To display the object for each record, you must place that field in the Details section of the form or report. Does this help?
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What the icon is actually trying to show you is that the pictures are "broken". The camera cannot read the file on your card. Try removing your card and reinserting it then see if you can access the pictures. If not try removing the card and putting it into your PC card reader, using an adapter if you must. See if the PC can read the files. If it can, save the files to the PC. After the files are saved, format the card. If formatting the card does not work it is probably defective. If you can't read the files using the PC card reader, try formatting the card anyway and then test it with your camera. If it continues to show you the broken picture icon, buy a new car. I use Sandisk cards and have never had a problem with one. I have had an occasional trouble with card readers and re-inserting the card once or twice allowed the card to be read.
Both are just the programs to put the pictures on the computer and edit the pictures. The pictures should be on the computer.
Try to find the folders, where the programmes did store the jpegs. Or if you shoot RAW, also the RAW files.
Copy all the pictures in these folders to a different drive. The best is an external USB drive. Only after you are sure you did copy (do NOT MOVE the pictures but COPY because move will delete the originals) all the pictures to a safe place, start finding out, what could be wrong with the Olympus software.
For lots of camera's you can chose same file size, but you are right I would not trust that.
Even when you have a very good computer, with a very good hard drive, please do make backups regularly. And actually one backup is no backup. Always try to have two backups on two different media.
1. Go to the Dell.com support site and be sure you have the latest updates for your computer's operating system and the DVD drive, especially the DVD drive's drivers BIOS.
2. Make sure you have the software to play the movie, like Sonic, Windows Media Player, Power DVD, Quicktime, etc. and be sure they are the latest versions.
3. Depending on the movie format, not all DVD drives will play all DVDs. The most common discs are DVD-R and DVD+R and file types like *.avi, *.mpeg, *.mp4, *.mov and then commercial formats. Also try the movie in another machine or DVD player and see what happens.
I am not sure if I understand your question correctly but here goes..
if you want to click on a link within crystal report and them show the picture you can use OLE..
in the tools menu click on OLE, select "Create From File" ,
select the object type eg: MS bitmap.
Browse to folder where the image exists. and select it
you can now select a Icon or leave as is and it will display the image name..
now when you run CR if you click on that link it will open and display the image..
if you just want to add a Image to CR
in the Tools Meni select Insert, Picture browse to the folder where the image is stored and select it then click OK and it will be displayed
This is a problem with the type of drives that are supported by the Picture Package software (assuming this is what you are using to transfer the video). This camcorder came with Picture package 1.0 which does not support quite a few drives (the entire list is available at www.ppackage.com). I think your drive will also fall under the same list of unsupported drives.
[I am assuming that the recorded disc was not made using the DVD recorder]. It's most likely that the video portion of the file is encoded in a format that is not supported by the DVD recorder. The player only supports DivX, JPEG, and MP3 formats. So try transferring the file on the disc to a computer and encoding in a supported format. You can use free online services such as http://media-convert.com/ or http://www.zamzar.com/ to encode media files into different formats.
First thing to try is updating the picture package software(assuming you have windows XP);
Probably worth uninstalling and reinstalling the program before applying the update. The update doesn't claim to fix your issue, but try it anyway, there are sometimes additional parts to these updates.
Here is the link for the user manual if you need it;
Check page 100 - USB speed setting - see if that makes a difference.
Check page 86, it has contact links for pixela, who support the software.
If you record a movie, then finalise the disc before trying to transfer the video, this should stop any recording over information without formatting the disc first.
then put the disk into your pc dvd drive instead of using the cable link. You should then be able to view the movies using most media player programs.
Try a dvd on which there are only movie files, no still images - see if you get the same problem.
Hope this helps, please ask again if you still have a problem :)