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How to make video pictures

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On the mode dial next to auto is the icon of movie camera, put it on this setting then press the shutter button once to start the video and again to stop the video

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SOURCE: help with downloading video and pictures

One the cable is connected and the camera drivers installed in windows.
just go to my computer and you will see a removable drive
open it and there are your pics.

Another way is to get a USB memory card reader that fits the camera memory card , remove the card and put in reader thats attached to your usb port.
windows see's that as a removable drive also.

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SOURCE: can't rotate video

You really can't rotate a video. When was the last time you saw a movie or a TV show in portrait mode instead of landscape mode?

You may be able to use a video editing program to do this. You're certainly not going to do this in your camera.

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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How to upload pictures to video


Turn your Artwork or Photos into a "video slideshow" using Movie Maker 2.0 If you have a series of images on your computer, say, from a digital camera, you can turn these pictures into a video. Movie Maker 2 has a storyboard mode that makes it really easy to turn your photos into a "video slideshow." Simply import your photographs and drop them onto the storyboard in the order you prefer. After you've placed your pictures, you can do a bunch of great things to your photos to spice up your video presentation:
  1. Rearrange your pictures.
    The storyboard shows little thumbnails of your pictures - this makes it easy to rearrange, move, and delete pictures from your movie. Just click on the thumbnail with your mouse, and drag it into position.

  2. Rotate your pictures.
    Some of your pictures may be rotated wrong (if you held your camera sideways for a vertical photo). Fortunately, Movie Maker has a series of rotation video-effects that will fix this. Simply open up the Video Effects collection, and drag the rotation effect onto your picture in the storyboard to make it right-side-up.

  3. Fix your pictures.
    The video effects that come bundled with Movie Maker will all work on your pictures as well. That means you'll be able to perform basic photo manipulation ... for example, you could lighten or darken your pictures if they aren't exposed properly.

  4. Add transitions.
    You can add transitions between each of your pictures by dragging the transition effects onto the storyboard. Most of the included transitions are rather "over-the-top," but they look great with pictures.

  5. Add music or a voice track.
    You can easily add a music track, or narrate your photo video. You'll need to do one of these things because your movie won't have any sound otherwise.
There is one thing you should keep in mind when laying your pictures onto the timeline ... and that is picture duration. By default, when you place a picture on the timeline it will stay on the screen for 5 seconds before moving to the next picture. When you start add transitions (which take time, themselves) this time drops down to around 3 seconds. This may not be enough time for you, especially if you are trying to narrate your slideshow, so you may need to change the timing of each of your photos.
  1. By going into the timeline view and "trimming" each picture. Simply grab the beginning or end of each picture and drag it to the desired length.

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  2. By changing your timing options. You can change the default 5-second duration to any length of time you like ... you could even set your duration very short in order to make your own "stop motion" movie. Simply go to the menu bar, and click [tools - options], then click on the advanced tab and change this setting. Note that this duration change only effect new pictures as you lay them on the storyboard ... and won't effect the pictures you've already placed into position.

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Dec 04, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to recover my deleted pictures and videos?


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Nov 29, 2010 | JVC Everio GZ-MG130 Camcorder

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How can I transfer pictures from internal memory


Link to the manual:
http://wwwuk.kodak.com/global/plugins/acrobat/en/service/manuals/urg00378/C340_4J1986_GLB_en.pdf

Copy pictures or videos:
1
Press the Review button, then press the Menu button.
2 Press to highlight Copy , then press the OK button.
3 Press to highlight an option:
PICTURE or VIDEO—copies the current picture or video.
EXIT—returns to the Review menu.
ALL—copies all pictures and videos from your selected storage location to the
other location.
4 Press the OK button.

NOTE: Pictures and videos are copied, not moved. To remove pictures and videos from the original location
after copying, delete them

Nov 19, 2009 | Kodak EASYSHARE M340 Digital Camera

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Cant save pictures


QuickCam Gallery
Your pictures and videos can be viewed in the QuickCam gallery. To view your pictures in the Gallery:
  1. Launch QuickCam (Start > Programs > Logitech > Logitech QuickCam)
  2. From the QuickCam menu, click the QuickCapture button as shown below:
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  3. View your pictures and videos in the Gallery area located below the main QuickCapture window as shown below:
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For the picture gallery, click in the picture icon:
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For the video gallery, click on the film icon:
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My Pictures / My Videos Picture Files:
You can also view your pictures and videos by opening the QuickCam folder in My Pictures or My Videos. To see your pictures this way, do the following:
  1. Open the My Pictures folder (Start > My Pictures) as shown below:
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    NOTE: If you have Classic view in Windows XP, simply open the My Documents folder on your desktop and then open the My Pictures folder.
  2. Open the QuickCam folder.
  3. Your pictures will be shown as follows:
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  4. To view your pictures, double-click and they will open in the Windows Picture and Fax Viewer or any other picture viewer you have set as your default picture viewer on your computer..

Video Files:
To view your video files:
  1. Open My Documents folder as shown below:
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  2. Open the My Videos folder:
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  3. Open the QuickCam folder:
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  4. Double-click on the video file you wish to view and it will open in Windows Media Player or any other video player you have set as your default video player on your computer.

Jan 15, 2009 | Logitech QuickCam Communicate STX Personal...

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Taking pictures


Many of these digital video cameras are not very good for taking still photos. They are optimized for taking moving video pictures. There are many technical reasons for this.

If you want to take still photos, you will find that even a low cost digital still camera will be much better than most any of the video cameras.

Likewise, if you try to take moving pictures with a still camera that gives the movie option, you will find that it will not do as good as a dedicated video camera for the application. This is why manufactures go to the trouble to make both types of cameras.

If your video camera has a flash option for photos and it does not work for still pictures, consult the user guide about how to set this up. If it is properly set up, and it still does not work, then there is probably a fault in the logic control for the flash unit. This will then require factory level service.

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Mar 22, 2008 | Hitachi DZ-MV730A DVD Camcorder

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Can I use the IAS with video clips or TIFF formatted pictures?


No. IAS only supports pictures with standard, fine, superfine and Hypict, JPeg formatted pictures.

Sep 12, 2005 | Epson PhotoPC 3100Z Digital Camera

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