i use my TH55 to show pictures to my friends and am looking for an image viewer. i've read the various threads on the forums and have boiled it down to:
1. resco viewer (so far in the lead)
2. acidimage (problem is the big "XP"-like buttons)
3. splashphoto (see below for problems)
right now, i'm leaning towards resco viewer. however, i already use splashid and therefore am thinking about getting the splashsuite for $49.95.
the one problem is that splashphoto is showing all my pictures upside down (landscape mode, where left-hand side of pic is on the same side as the jog dial and therefore looks upside down when holding it in the left hand). therefore, is there a way to rotate the pictures w/in splashphoto (as opposed to rotating the pictures from the desktop) (also, resco and acidimage show the pictures properly).
in addition, in splashphoto, when trying to view some pictures, i get a error, "error-234, progressive jpegs not supported." i do not have any problems viewing the same pictures in resco or acidimage.
since so many people speak favorably of splashphoto, just wanted to try and figure out these "kinks" before making my final decision.
Have you tried the SplashData Yahoo! group yet/
Very handy folks over there.
SplashPhoto just displays that way. Not on a Tungsten E however. Probably due to the method in which Sony stores JPGs.
As for the 234 error. Read it. Progressive JPGs not supported.
Normally, if a viewer can't handle a progressive JPG, it will display it normally. Obviously SplashPhoto can't, but there's probably nobody here really qualified to tell you why..
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