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Old May 6, 2003, 1:41 AM   #1
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im a professor at a university and i frequently give presentations. i first used powerpoint, then images via a slideshow program - all through a laptop. a very old and heavy laptop. so i was thinking....

i have a canon s110 and was wondering if anyone knew the parameters of the jpeg images that i can write directly to the cf card, and output thru the av cable.

i tried a straightforward change name "IMG_2442.JPG" in the correct directory and it didnt work. some images had the preview but file format was not valid. so instead of trying every combination, i was wondering if anyone knew the parameters of loading images to a cf card that would be viewable from the camera?

i have photoshop 7.0 and irfanview so i can do batch conversions of almost every type.

can anyone help?

i fractured my clavicle three times and dislocate my shoulder on a weekly basis. not luggin my laptop will be of much benefit. my shoulder will thank you!!
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Old May 6, 2003, 5:08 AM   #2
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I guess you've have used Irfanview and aware of preserving Exif content then... May I suggest you a PDA?
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