If you have a Digital Photo Frame, this lesson will help you get all the photos you want from your computer and, using Picasa export them to the card or drive that your Photo Frame is using.
You’d think I see my pictures enough on my computer since I’m sitting at my computer at least 10 hours/day and I almost always have Picasa open. I also upload pictures to my Web Album and post them to my Blog every few days as well. We travel all the time, I LOVE pictures, I never get tired of looking at them.
With all the above ways to view my pictures, it never occurred to me to buy a digital picture frame, so I was not that excited when last year, a friend gave us a frame as a gift.
What a surprise! We put a thousand pictures on it, set it on the dinette table, and now I often find myself glancing at the picture frame and dreaming wonderful memories. And, they look SO good the way the slideshow is displayed! That picture frame quickly became one of my most treasured possessions (thanks John!)
How to Transfer Photos to the Frame
For me, it was easy, most all of my good photos I have uploaded to a Web Album. So, in Picasa, I just filtered to those pictures which had been uploaded, then I use the Export command to send the pictures to the CF Card for the Photo Frame. If you have a Photo Frame, it may have different devices to store the photos. Some frames can even connect to the Internet and get its photos there.
Here’s a video to show you all the details:
Other Videos you may want to watch:
Picasa 3: Starred Album (membership required)
Picasa 3: Resizing Photos (membership required)
Picasa 3: Preparing Photos for Other Programs with Export (membership required)
Picasa 3: Searching (membership required)
Picasa 3: Selecting (membership required)
Picasa – Basic Search (Free)
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