On December 10, 2015 at 21:48, Len Jacobson said...
Given that this is a known issue, I decided to use Photoshop to "paste" the image I had on top of an oval and created then a new icon that looks like this:
Not sure if this was a publicly known issue but when I had a 7000 and was doing the LowPro DVD Management (I did something very similar), I had problems with the Pitch Black (Vin Diesel) jacket picture showing up. Turns out was because it had a color palette of only 2 colors (Black and White) but the minimum for PNG was 8bits (256 colors). It has been a very long time since this occurred for me and I don't recall if indeed I was using PNG or BMP but based on what Len reports, It was likely PNG.
What most folks don't know is that on the 7000, the native file format for displaying images is BMP. That is, the software converts any image that is NOT a BMP (PNG, JPEG) into a BMP prior to download. The 2 color PNG caused me some issues for sure.
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