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Micca M1010Z 10.1-Inch Digital Photo Frame

Micca M1010Z 10.1-Inch Digital Photo Frame
The Micca M1010Z displays up to 1000 of your treasured photos and memories with incredible clarity. With over 3 times the screen detail of standard digital photo frames, your photos are shown with remarkable image quality, in rich and vibrant colors. See the texture on a leaf, individual bricks of a house, or freckles on a face – everything that lets your photo tell the story of a captured moment.

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The Micca M1010Z displays up to 1000 of your treasured photos and memories with incredible clarity. With over 3 times the screen detail of standard digital photo frames, your photos are shown with remarkable image quality, in rich and vibrant colors. See the texture on a leaf, individual bricks of a house, or freckles on a face – everything that lets your photo tell the story of a captured moment.

Easy to Use

The Micca M1010Z is very easy to use, with no required setup and no software to install. Just insert a storage device such as a USB flash drive or SD card with photos into the photo frame, turn it on, and the slideshow will automatically start. You can even take a SD card from a camera and play photos from it directly without any additional processing. With a built-in On/Off timer, the M1010Z can automatically turn itself on and off based on a flexible schedule – perfect for the office.

Beautiful and Green

The sleek and elegant M1010Z is less than 1″ thick, with a brushed aluminum front and curved back, delivering a beautifully modern and sophisticated look. It is also very energy efficient, consuming only 7 watts of power in use, or about 1/2 of an energy-saving CFL light bulb. Displaying photos for 10 hours costs less than one cent of electricity.

Multimedia Experience

In addition to photos, the M1010Z also plays videos and music through built-in stereo speakers or the headphone jack. A compact IR remote is included for convenient access to playback controls.

Feature Highlights:

  • Vibrant 10.1-Inch Widescreen High Resolution screen
  • Real aluminum bezel with brushed metal texture
  • Convenient full function IR remote control
  • Slideshow with transition effects and background music
  • Handles up to 1000 photos in popular JPG format
  • Enjoy listening to MP3 with built-in stereo speakers
  • Plays standard definition MPEG1/2/4 Format AVI/MP4 video files
  • Useful calendar and clock display with alarm function
  • Auto power On/Off scheduling conserves energy
  • Reads directly from SD/SDHC Cards and USB flash drives

Specification:

  • 10.1-Inch Widescreen 1024×600 LCD Display
  • SD/SDHC Flash Memory Card Reader
  • Reads USB drives up to 32GB (only 1000 photos will be indexed and displayed)
  • Reads SD/SDHC cards up to 32GB (only 1000 photos will be indexed and displayed)
  • Picture Format: JPG
  • Music Format: MP3 up to 320kbps
  • Video Format: AVI MP4 files, MPEG1/2/4 video, MP3 audio
  • Power Consumption: 7 Watts

What’s Included:

  • Micca 10.1″ Digital Photo Frame
  • IR Remote Control
  • Owner’s manual
  • 110-240V AC Adapter

User’s Manual:

icon-pdf-small Micca M1010Z User’s Manual (opens in a new tab/window)

Digital Photo Frames

Photo Batch Reprocessing Tutorial

There are times when a few corrupt or incorrectly formatted photos will cause odd behaviors from digital photo frames or media players. While computers have powerful software and hardware to skip or handle these files, inexpensive electronics will often experience difficulties. This tutorial uses the free image utility FastStone Image Viewer to reprocess images in batch mode, which quickly fixes corrupt or incorrectly formatted images.

Dowload Tutorial:

icon-pdf-smallImage Back Reprocessing Tutorial (opens in a new tab/window)

Apple MacOS Users:

Below is an excellent tutorial on how to do batch photo reprocessing on MacOS:

http://osxdaily.com/2013/01/16/batch-image-conversion-mac-os-x-preview/

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Display Photos In Sequence

To display photos in sequence, two things are needed:

  • Set the photo frame’s photo display sequence to “sequential” – refer to the photo frame’s user’s manual on how to do this.
  • Name the photos in a way that organizes them sequentially

Naming the photos properly is important since improper naming will cause the photos to not display in the expected sequential order. Be sure to name the photos using a consistent naming convention that is 8 characters or less. For example, name the photos img00001.jpg, img00002.jpg, img00003.jpg, and so on. The photo frame will display images like these in alphabetical order one after the other. Do not use photo names that are longer than 8 characters, such as my-image-001.jpg.

File name length does not affect random photo displays so there is no need to give photos any specific naming convention for random playback.

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Deleted Photos Still Show Up

If you’ve deleted some photos from a USB drive or SD card, yet the deleted photos still show up on the photo frame, the issue is likely caused by the presence of recycling bin folders on the USB drive or SD card. Normally, removable drives do not have a Recycle Bin folder, but it’s possible that one was created by error.

To fix this issue, you can disable the recycling bin for the removable drive, reformat the drive, and copy images back onto it. To disable the recycling bin for the removable drive, first attach it to your computer. Then right click on the Recycling Bin icon on your desktop and select “Properties”. A new window will pop up listing all drives that has a Recycle Bin folder, including your removable drive.

Select your removable drive from the list, and select “Don’t move files to the Recycle Bin. Remove files immediately when deleted”. Then click “Apply”. This setting will only affect this particular removable drive. Your other drives will continue to use the Recycle Bin if enabled.

Next, reformat the removable drive to clean off all files, including any potentially hidden Recycle Bin files. Reformatting the removable drive erases all contents from it, so be sure you have a copy of your photos. After reformatting the removable drive, copy your photos back on to it. It is now ready for use.

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Some Photos Display More Frequently Than Others

There are times when a few corrupt or incorrectly formatted photos will cause odd behaviors from digital photo frames or media players. While computers have powerful software and hardware to skip or handle these files, inexpensive electronics will often experience difficulties. This tutorial uses the free image utility FastStone Image Viewer to reprocess images in batch mode, which quickly fixes corrupt or incorrectly formatted images.

Dowload Tutorial:

icon-pdf-smallImage Back Reprocessing Tutorial (opens in a new tab/window)

Apple MacOS Users:

Below is an excellent tutorial on how to do batch photo reprocessing on MacOS:

http://osxdaily.com/2013/01/16/batch-image-conversion-mac-os-x-preview/

Posted in: Digital Photo Frames

Videos Show “Not Supported” Error Message

The M707Z, M808Z, and M1010Z digital photo frames are able to playback standard-definition videos of certain supported formats. When encountering a video that is not supported by one of these devices, it is necessary to convert the video into a compatible format. A tutorial on performing the conversion is provided here. Please follow the directions within the tutorial and contact our support team if you have any questions.

Dowload Tutorial:

icon-pdf-smallPhoto Frame Video Conversion Tutorial (opens in a new tab/window)

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Photo frame freezes or stops playing photos

There are times when a few corrupt or incorrectly formatted photos will cause odd behaviors from digital photo frames or media players. While computers have powerful software and hardware to skip or handle these files, inexpensive electronics will often experience difficulties. This tutorial uses the free image utility FastStone Image Viewer to reprocess images in batch mode, which quickly fixes corrupt or incorrectly formatted images.

Dowload Tutorial:

icon-pdf-smallImage Back Reprocessing Tutorial (opens in a new tab/window)

Apple MacOS Users:

Below is an excellent tutorial on how to do batch photo reprocessing on MacOS:

http://osxdaily.com/2013/01/16/batch-image-conversion-mac-os-x-preview/

Posted in: Digital Photo Frames

Have a question or encountered a problem using this product? Please open an email support ticket:

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