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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 7119 21-Mar-2006 07:18
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Hi everyone, I just got my 5600 yesterday, and have been messing around with using the miniSD etc etc.

I was wondering if its possible to put pictures on the card?

If so what format and what size would they need to be?

Thanks a lot guys!

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  Reply # 31178 21-Mar-2006 16:55
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Hi, Yes you can put pictures on the Mini SD Card, Jpeg format is fine, althrough if you want to print them via Pictbridge you will need to resize the pictures.



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  Reply # 31199 21-Mar-2006 19:20
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Thanks for the quick answer,

What folder do i put the pictures in?

Do they need to be a special size?

Thanks again


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  Reply # 31224 21-Mar-2006 22:08
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Hi Again

You need to place the pitures into the DCIM Foler, and then the 100SANYO Folder.

I have managed ot get some on my 5600 from the pc, size is generally no problem, but it's a little more complex if you wish to print them via Picbridge. In this case you would need to resize them to QVGA.

Hope this helps??



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  Reply # 31248 22-Mar-2006 07:02
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Yes, thanks a lot, that was a great help.

I have found out that when i resized a picture to exactly (WxH) 240x320, i am able to use pictures from the miniSD card as wallpapers, as well as being able to send them!

Thanks again!

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