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Most digital frames are compatible with JPEG images. There aren't many that support an MPEG, so check before you buy if you have MPEG formatted pictures. You should also be sure to check user options when selecting a digital frame. Some common user options include:
- Choice to select interval between images when in slideshow format.
- Ability to rotate pictures to display them in different modes, like landscape or portrait.
- Choice to change transition between images.
- Sleep function to allow you to turn frame off at appointed intervals.
- Ability to alter colors, contrast or brightness of images.
Some digital picture frames also allow you to upgrade your digital frame on occasion. Check to see if you can download improved software as a bonus feature for your frame.
Digital Frames For Young And Old Alike
One of best features of digital picture frame is its ease of use. You don't have to be technologically savvy to use a digital picture frame. They are in fact, perfect gift for Grandparents, whether or not they have a computer. Remember that some digital picture frames use a memory card to display pictures.
The best way to explain benefits of a digital picture frame is to show your family how it works. The first time your grandfather sees a slideshow of his grandson's first birthday party he'll understand why digital frames are so useful. They are simple to operate. All you need to do is plug them in a push a button to start your picture slideshow. Digital frames are especially beneficial for relatives that live far away. You can use them to keep family members updated on their children, grandchildren and more!
Rest assured, age of digital picture frame is upon us. In a few years, likely every household will have at least one digital picture frame. You should too!
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