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My Sony DSC T 1 has a message "no file in this folder" when I turn it on. I have tried other disk and creating a new folder No Luck

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Please format memory stick by selecting Format option in camera Menu.

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Creating folders on sony sc-h7


Try this:

Press the "home button". Press the right button three times so you are on the memory tool area. Then press the center button. Then press the right button and then press the down button once to get to the "Create Rec. Folder" and then press enter. Now you have a new folder.

To switch to a new folder, click on "Change Rec. Folder". Now any new pictures you take will automatically go into the new folder you made/selected.

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Convert Sony TX100V 1080/60p MTS to AIC MOV for iMovie 11 and keep the raw...


Convert Sony TX100V 1080/60p MTS to AIC MOV for iMovie 11 and keep the raw quailty

The Sony DSC-TX100V is on the iMovie '11 compatibility list, But it's a AVCHD 1080/60p camera -- iMovie '11 supports only 30fps! The Sony DSC-TX100V another option for 1920 x 1080/60i which equates to 60 interlaced fields per second, but the video quality of 60i recording mode is not better than 60p mode, so personally i prefer to choose 1080/60p for recording mts footage.So if I want to edit Sony DSC-TX100V 1080/60p .mts video with 60fps high quality for iMovie 11 on Mac, must to convert Sony DSC-TX100V 1080/60p .mts files to iMovie 11 before editing.

After google search , I need convert my Sony DSC-TX100V 1080/60p .mts to Apple Intermediate Codec MOV for iMovie 11 with keep the raw quailty, I found Final Mate for Mac is the recommended can convert Sony DSC-TX100V 1080/60p MTS to 1080/60p AIC MOV for editing on Mac. Then I download and try it. And I had succeed with the Apple Intermediate Codec at 1920x1080 60fps editing for iMovie 11 and i'm very satisfactied with the output quality after uploading the videos on Youtube.

Here is the step-by-step guide to quickly convert Sony DSC-TX100V 1080/60p MTS to AIC 1080/60p (*.mov) for editing in iMovie 11 on Mac.

Step 1. Directly download 60fps .mts files from Sony DSC-TX100V to Aunsoft Final Mate for Mac.
Connect Sony DSC-TX100V to PC via USB cable. You will face the pop-up message asking you to use camcorder wizard or not. If you do not get the message, just click the Wizard button. Click Yes and follow the wizard to download/import 1080p files to the program.

Step 2. Create a Movie for Converting Sony DSC-TX100V 1080/60p MTS files to AIC 1080/60p MOV.

Method 1): Just select one or multiple video files you would like to convert and then drag and drop them to Movie tab. In this way, a Movie for conversion will be created.

Method 2): Click downlist of Add button and select for conversion. A blank movie is created. Then drag and drop your Sony DSC-TX100V 60fps .mts files to such a movie for merging together and making a conversion.

Step 3. Export AIC MOV video file.
Click the Export button and choose "Export into Editor". Follow iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov) to choose export format for further editing in iMovie. In this way, all video clips will be merged as one single movie for convert to iMovie.

Tips: You are free to set/adjust output MOV files parameters (Bit rate - high quailty, Frame rate - 60, Resolution/Size - 1920 x 1080, channel - 5.1 channel) to make a good output quality.

After the conversion, the AVCHD videos could be imported and recognized by Mac iMovie 11 with 60fps highest quailty. And after editing you can upload the best quailty .mts files to Youtube for share.

Tips: The Final Mate For Mac support camcorder includes but not limited to Panasonic HDC-TM900,TM90,SD90,HDC-TM700/HS700/SD700, SD60/HS60, DMC-GH2,GH1,GF2,ZS7/TZ10; Sony HDR-CX700, CX550, XR550, XR520, CX350, CX305, CX150,CX360, Alpha NEX-5,DSC-HX5V,; Canon Vixia HF200, HF S100,HG10,HG20,HF R10,HF R11,HF R100.etc If you want to know more about Camocorder , plaease visit the Camcorder column for more information.

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My sonycybershot dscw 170 images are not able to read in windows xp system. But th memory card shows the used memry. but notthe actual file. Even i have copied the memry card to the hard disk no use....


Connect your card to a PC.
Then goto file explorer and explore your card for files, enable hidden and system files options from
Tools > folder options > Tab "View" > 1) uncheck "Hide protected operating files" and 2) check box "Show hidden file and folders".
This will enable you to see any hidden files as there are some viruses which hide the files on a memory card. As soon as you are able to see your files copy them to a new folder on your desktop.

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In trying to download video from our cam corder (Sony DCR-SR85) to our PC we get the following message 'Document management information can not be located" and we are unable to download the video files....


Different ways to transfer video:
Transfer the video to the computer using one of the following methods:

Use the Import pictures and videos option.
    1. In the AutoPlay window, click Import Pictures and videos using Windows .
    2. In the Import Pictures and Videos window that appears, click Import Settings .
    3. In the Import Settings window, assign the location on the computer where you want to copy the picture and movie files.
      • Next to Import images to click the Browse button and then select the desired folder (for example, My Pictures ).
      • Next to Import videos to click the Browse button and then select the desired folder (for example, My Videos ).
    4. Click the OK button.
    5. In the Import Pictures and Videos dialog box, click the OK button.
    6. Click the Import button.

  • Use the supplied Handycam® Utility application.
    1. Start the Handycam Utility application bundled with the Sony® Picture Utility software.
    2. In the Handycam Utility window, click to the select the type of files you want to transfer: HD movies , SD movies or Pictures .
    3. Click the Import button.

  • Copy and paste the video files from the Removable Disk window that represents the camcorder.
    1. On the computer desktop, create a new folder.
    2. If the Removable Disc window is not showing, open the My Computer window and then click to select the Removable Disk icon.
    3. In the Removable Disk window, click to select all the folders and files listed.
    4. On the keyboard, press the CTRL+C keys to copy the folders and files.
    5. Open the new folder that you created.
    6. In the new folder, press the CTRL+V keys on the keyboard to paste the folders and files into the new folder.
    7. Rename the new folder.

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When I turn on my Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T1 all I get is a blue screen that says "no file in this folder" The camera will not go into "camera mode" I have a brand new memory stick pro duo 1.0gb. I tried to...


There may be the issue with the CCD (image sensor device) of the Camera.

Refer this article to confirm this:

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/news-item.pl?mdl=DSCT1&news_id=161

Check whether the LCD screen of the Camera looks similar as given on the page.

If yes, click on the "Yes" button at the end of the page to create an online Repair Request for sending the Camera to the Sony Factory Service Center.


Good Luck!!!!!!!!!!!

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I have a Sony Cyber-shot 6.0 mega pixels camera which says there is no file in the folder and won't allow me to take any pictures to download to my computer. When I do get a pix on the camera, the computer...


Hopefully, Diane, you had the same problem as me. I replaced my memory stick and the
message "no file in this folder" appeared but as soon as I TOOK MY FIRST PICTURE with the
new memory stick, the message disappeared! Good luck!

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File Folders


You cant delete the folders as the camera makes them to store photos , when you just connect the memory stick without the camera into a card reader you can delete the photos .However the 2 folders are there because 1 is used to store the internal memory pictures and the memory stick or you might have created another folder by changing the path of storage

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Memory Stick Problem


try to use a smaller file size maybe vga if your just gonna use your pictures in internet or 3M is goos to. files with this type just take up a little space in your memory.

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