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Old Feb 20, 2007, 5:08 PM   #1
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Using an SD card and Lumix camera. I can view pictures on the card using a card reader and PC but when viewing via the camera some pictures are missing. They are all in the same "folder" DCIM/101PANA. Why ?? I'm a tad puzzled. Sorry if this is in a FAQ somewhere.
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Old Feb 20, 2007, 5:40 PM   #2
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If you have copied other JPEG images to your card that weren't shot with the camera then they are probably missing the Exif header that is necessary for a camera to recognize them as valid images. There is a program that might help:

TVwriter for Windows
Windows program to convert JPEGs after processing in Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop etc. for TV slideshow display from your digital camera or on your large-screen TV. Make your slideshow from any JPEG file - camera original or edited. Yes, what many people have said was impossible can now be done with the help of TVwriter. Take individual JPEG files or even a complete folder of JPEG files and using simple drag-and-drop convert them into a slideshow you can carry around in your pocket on a Compact Flash or Smart Media card, and display on any NTSC or PAL compatible TV direct from your camera!
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Old Feb 21, 2007, 12:18 PM   #3
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Interesting & it could be the solution. I had downloaded some frames from the camera to PC using a panasonic application. These are the frames that can be copied to the card but are not recognised back at the camera. I quess that the additional header was not downloaded as it is when you copy files diectly from the SD card.


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