DC-20 Document Camera

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Q:
Why can’t I see the images on my SD card when it’s inserted in the document camera?
A:
If you use your computer to copy images to the document camera's internal memory or an SD card, you need to make sure their format is correct:

  • Images must be DCF-compliant JPEG files to be displayed, such as from a digital camera. Avoid editing your images, as this may change their format and prevent them from being displayed.


  • Images must be named using the format ABCD1234.JPG, where ABCD is any combination of upper- or lowercase letters and 1234 is any combination of numbers. For example: Pict0001, Pict0002, etc.


  • Images must be placed in a folder named DCIM\123ABCDE, where 123 is any combination of numbers and ABCDE is any combination of upper- or lowercase letters. If this folder structure doesn't exist, first create a folder named DCIM, then create a folder within it with the desired name (for example, 100EPSON).


Published: March 18, 2013

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