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michaelga
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Registered: ‎03-06-2013
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BDP-S390, USB, No playable files(.JPG)

I have down loaded photos to a memory stick.  The photos will play on my Sharp TV (via the  TV USB) but not from my BDP-S390.  I select USB from my sony player and the unit recgonizes the usb memory stick and photo file folders (Alaska, Cats, ect.).  When I click on the file folder the display reads "there is no playable file".  The photos were taken with a Sony camera and have a file extension .JPG.  I then loaded (with windows explorer) 2 photos on another brand (San Disk) memory stick and these photos will not display (same message).  What am  I missing?  

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ErikV
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Registered: ‎11-14-2012

Re: BDP-S390, USB, No playable files(.JPG)

Hi,

 

Player should display .JPG files. Try changing the resolution of image files to the same resolution of those images are playing.

 

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michaelga
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Re: BDP-S390, USB, No playable files(.JPG)

How do I change the resolution of the image files?  When I select PROPERTIES of an image (picture) the horizontal and vertical resolution are 72 DPI, the the width and height are 1280 X 960 PIXELS and the image type is  JPEG. Is there something I have to set on the player?

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ErikV
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Re: BDP-S390, USB, No playable files(.JPG)

There is no such setting available in the Player. You can use any photo editing software to lower resolution of images.

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