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There are two settings. Original and Full. I use original, which means my 4:3 photos have black bars on the side. Full stretches and crops photos that are originally 4:3 to fit the 16:9. I use original, and keep all the original photo details, but will need to figure out how to shoot in 16:9. I'm sure you could al… see more There are two settings. Original and Full. I use original, which means my 4:3 photos have black bars on the side. Full stretches and crops photos that are originally 4:3 to fit the 16:9. I use original, and keep all the original photo details, but will need to figure out how to shoot in 16:9. I'm sure you could also use other software to control the cropping and convert 4:3 to 16:9 keeping only the part of the photo you want. see less
By Victor L. Castagnoli on May 23, 2014
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Yes, it has two slotted holed on the back to hang on the wall, but a power chord to the frame is required.
By Victor L. Castagnoli on May 23, 2014
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The unit comes with a tiny 8 GB USB drive. You can transfer your files to that and then install the drive in the digital picture frame. You can also use another USB drive if you prefer a larger size/format drive. Make a folder in your computer for all your jpeg stills, or various video formats (see manual), then select… see more The unit comes with a tiny 8 GB USB drive. You can transfer your files to that and then install the drive in the digital picture frame. You can also use another USB drive if you prefer a larger size/format drive. Make a folder in your computer for all your jpeg stills, or various video formats (see manual), then select all and copy/paste the files (not the folder) to the USB drive that will be installed into the picture frame. The manual is simple and easily understood as far as options for video and audio. Stills will have to be jpegs. This is probably not the only way to achieve your goal, but this works for me. Hope this helps. see less
By Stephen Pell on June 2, 2014
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Yes, the charger should take both voltage.
By Amazon Customer on July 27, 2014
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I am not sure what iPhoto does but whatever images you placed in the USB drive, the digital frame will display them in verbatim. It won't crop, resize, or adjust the resolution for you. I was not very impressed with the unit and returned it.
By Amazon Customer on July 7, 2014
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Yes, very well and easy
By Dieuseul Elievre Sr. on July 6, 2014