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question about uploading photos to display/NAV screen


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#1 OFFLINE   lkatze2

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  • My Hybrid's Year:2014

Posted 05 December 2017 - 08:05 AM

Does anybody know how many photos can be uploaded to my NAV/stereo display at one time?   It appears that there is enough space for three photos, but I can only upload one photo to the middle space of the display.  BTW, it was a PITA to properly format the photo to fit the display.  I had to severely reduce the MB's of the photo.  You would think they would have a screen that will accept higher resolution photos.









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#2 OFFLINE   mwr

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  • Current Vehicle:2015 FFH SE
  • My Hybrid's Year:2015

Posted 05 December 2017 - 09:13 AM

I've never tried to upload more than one photo to the screen (MyFord Touch) on my 2015 FFH. The manual says "Your system allows you to upload and view up to 32 photos." It also says "Recommended dimensions: 800 x 384 (pixels)", most likely because that's the pixel size of the screen. What was difficult about providing that size? Any photo editing program would allow you to both crop and resize to that spec. I uploaded a pic I had cropped and resized to 800 x 384 pixels, soon after I got the car. I often forget that the car didn't come that way :-)

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