The "static" still image is a default jpeg written to the SD card by the camera (at low resolution) which should be a still of the first frame of the video capture. There should also be a .mov file which is the video itself. How you find it will depend on how you connect the TZ3 up to the PC, presume by cable or is the SD card put into a card reader?
In any event when viewing the files on the PC from the drive which is the Camera device , look for .mov files and the still image file should have the same file name as the mov. eg.
P00000001.jpg (still of the first frame of video) aswell as P00000001.mov (the video itself).
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To upload photos: 1.- Click Add photo / video at the top of your homepage. 2.- Choose Create photo album.
3.- Select the image files to upload. To select multiple photos at once by holding down the Ctrl key on PC or Mac Command key while clicking the image files. 4.- While loading files: * Add the title and album description
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Try moving them manually.
The easiest way to transfer the pictures onto your computer is to remove the memory card and plug it into a card reader (either built in or a USB card reader if you have one). If not, you can connect your camera to your computer by the USB cable.
Once you plug the camera or the card in, Windows will usually ask you if you want to import the images. You can do that or import them manually by opening up the SD card or camera in my computer and dragging the files to the folder you want to store them in.
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Is this a new problem - that is, did it work in the past? Are you trying to import jpeg or raw?
First thing is to see if it is iphoto or the camera that has a problem.
Try uploading the images to another computer (try a PC - not that it is better, but PC is different). If the images can be seen & read there, the images are likely fine and iphoto may need an upgrade to read the format from the finepix s1500. Alternately, try copying the photos from your memory card (use a memory card reader) to your hard disk. See if another application can see the images (even use a word processor to import image), or e-mail the image to yourself and then use your web-browser to see the image.
If the camera images can't be read by multiple computers/multiple readers, then it may be that your memory card is corrupted.
Be sure the video is actually downloaded onto the computer, not just connected via camera/usb cord. Usually, all you have to do is double-click on the video and it will play automatically. You could also right-click and choose to open it with either Quicktime or iMovie.
The best way to download pictures and videos from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures and videos from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo/video cataloging program.
One of the images did not finish writing to the card properly (usually in the last 4 or 5 images, or the last video) Try selecting all but the last 10 images and chose import selected. This should work. Then delete those from the card. This bit is important Put the card back in the camera (if it's in a usb reader) if not, disconnect the camera and put it into playback mode. View the remaining 10 images/video. Try re importing and it should work fine! I've had this problem since ilife '09 and this method always fixes it. It seems to happen when the cards get full. Try not to completely fill a memory card and you should not get the problem.
I changed the resolution size under options before filming and uploaded the video onto my provided picture motion program given with purchase of camera. I then switched the file to my videos under my computer so I was able to upload them onto email, and internet.