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Can anybody tell me what is going on here? I made a photo disc the other day. When I went to play it on the TV, in the preview pane, a few of my photos were not showing up. It there place was a yellow triangular sign with an exclamation mark dead centered. Then on another project, I chose an album in iPhoto and proceded to order an album book. When the photos were finished uploading, the preview showed those flip'n exclamation marks on a lot of my photos. Can somebody tell me what these mean and how to avoid this in the future.
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That means that the picture's resolution is too low for it to come out at the best quality

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Okay. If that is the reason, why wouldn't it be viewable on the TV low resolution or not?
When looking at the photo in iPhoto, it seems fine, doesn't show a mark. Is iPhoto saying you can't include that photo because the resolution is to low? What is the lowest resolution allowable before you get the stupid(!) ?
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I was having the same problem too. Is there a way to fix this problem? How do you acquire more resolution?
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1. Turn the settings on your camera to the highest quality
2. Get a new camera

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Can anybody tell me what is going on here? I made a photo disc the other day. When I went to play it on the TV, in the preview pane, a few of my photos were not showing up.
this may be a little off subject but i have been trying to do this since i read your post a couple of hours ago and i can not figure otu how to do it. could you tell please?

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this may be a little off subject but i have been trying to do this since i read your post a couple of hours ago and i can not figure otu how to do it. could you tell please?

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dylan
that member hasn't been on the site since 6-11-05 so i dont think you are going to get an answer

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actually these photos are old ones that I have scan, it has nothing to do with the camera. I have a 5 mg now , so the recent ones are not a problem. Is there something I can do in photoshop, or third party software. Some of the photos are of my grandmother and they are old, some black and whites., etc

Any suggestions will be appreciated.
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Nope, only thing you could do is rescan them at a higher quality

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