* SteveMe <for...@gimpusers.com> [08-31-14 22:34]:
> I have just spent the last week editing hundreds of photos (resizing and
> some brightness adjustments). I edited the photos and exported them as
> jpeg files to a folder on my computer.
> Whilst these play fine on the computer it seems that any photo that has
> been edited will not play on any of my 3 televisions.
> Further investigation on google seems to suggest that edited files
> contain extra information that tv's are unable to cope with.
What is the extra information?
> Does anyone have a solution to rectify this?
Not w/o more information. A stab in the dark, try removing the meta-data
from your jpgs.
ps: you might google your tv's to see what manner of jpg they accept.
My Vizio's accept jpg's from gimp w/o alteration as does both of my
samsung android phones and an ipad and a kindle tablet. ???
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