I have converted a few clips to .ASF and put them in the 100Media folder on my SD card inserted in my camera. The camera does not recognize them even though they are simple video clips. The clips did not originate from the camera but I didn't think that would matter. HELP PLEASE!!
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Re: Video transfer to Camera
MPVR (DV6800) has 2 video modes, QVGA and VGA. The video format should be exactly the same as either format.
Bit rate: 2.76 Mbps
Video Size: 640x480
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Audio Codec : adpcm_ms
Also the file name should ve the same series used by the camera, ie. clip0001.asf, clip0002.asf and so on.
You have to use converter that is capable of manually selecting the parameters mentioned above, you can try Total Video Coverter,
The codecs can be downloaded from the net.
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You didn't say what software you are using, but there are better ways to download your photos. The best way is to connect your SD flash memory card to the computer. If your computer has a SD card slot you are in luck. If not, you can buy a USB SD reader for under $20 on line or in any computer store.
To use it, remove the SD card from your camera and insert it in the reader. Your computer will automatically recognize the SD card as an external memory device; exactly as it does with an external hard drive. You can then open the SD card and access the folder with your pictures. All you need to do is copy and paste your photos from the SD card to a new folder on your computer. It's that simple. Almost all professional photographers use this method and do not transfer pictures from the camera with the SD card in the camera.
Hi, yes un-mount the SD card, put it in your phone. Now, your phone might have an app called file manager, if not you can download from google-play etc, open it up and you will see an option for SD card and in that file you should see another file saying "DCIM" and then click 100media. I hope this helps :)
The Nikon download software is called Nikon Transfer 2. I would remove the SD card from your camera and slide it into the SD slot on your Mac. If you have an iMac, the slot is located just below the CDROM slot on the right side. Do not do this by feel. Look as you insert the card because if you insert it in the CDROM slot, you may not be able to extract it. If you have a MacBook or MacBook Pro, check the manual for the location. When the computer recognizes your SD card, it will either open Nikon Transfer 2 or a folder will appear on your desk top. If Nikon Transfer does not open, just copy your pictures from the SD card folder to a folder on your Mac.
This should do it for you: Insert the SD card into your laptop or computer. In the SD card go to "New Folder" name that folder "DCIM" in the "DCIM" folder create a new folder. This one you will name "101KC190" (I'm pretty sure you have the Kodak Easyshare 190, correct?) Now, transfer all of your pictures into "101KC190." Insert the SD into your camera and it should work. email me if you need to firstname.lastname@example.org
First, make sure you have it on CARD (and not DISK), and on the "playback" (and not record) mode. Next, does the camera play back other video clips normally, but just not a specific clip ?
Does the selected video clip frame (index) shown on the LCD screen have a picture ? If not, i.e. it is blank (dark), then it is likely that no video was recorded (i.e. just the audio) when you were shooting that video clip.
If there is a picture (of the video clip frame index on the LCD screen) and only audio is playing, try downloading the clip (from the SD card) to your computer, or simply try to play the video on the SD card (inserted directly into your SD card reader on your computer, or via a USB SD card reader) and see if the video clip will play normally on your computer.
Create a folder on your computer desktop. Drag and drop the video file from the card to the folder. Open the folder, right-click the card, click on open with, and choose a player to open the video. If you don't have one on your computer, Quicktime is a free download and works very well.
The DXG-305V has the ability to play MP3 files. Only song files in the MP3 file
format can be played in the MP3 function. Files on CDs are usually in the
Windows Media format (.wma) or wav format and cannot be played in their
native format; they must first be converted into MP3 files. This can be
accomplished with many types of software which are available at little or no
Once the songs are in the MP3 format, they can be transferred to the MP3 folder
in the camera’s onboard memory or onto the SD card. This can be
accomplished by one of two ways: 1.) Attach the USB cable to the camera,
select “Mass Storage” and then use your PC to find the removable hard drive
( the camera / SD card). Once located, drag and drop the MP3 files into the MP3
folder. NOTE: Two removable hard drives will be visible if the camera has an SD
card inserted. 2.) The other way is to place the SD card into a card reader,
locate the MP3 folder, and drag and drop the MP3 files into the MP3 folder. The
card can then be re-inserted into the camera.
Once the files are in the MP3 folder, they can be played by rotating the mode dial to the mp3 mode
The data on the SD Memory Card can be broken up into five separate folders (where applicable):
[DCIM]: The images in this folder (e.g. IMGA0001.JPG) are recorded in the JPEG format.
[MISC]: Files in which DPOF Data has been set to the image are in this folder. Slide show data created by SD-MovieStage Ver. 2.5 are also stored in this folder (e.g. AUTPLY0.MRK).
[SD_AUDIO]: Stores music data files (e.g. AOB001.SA1) recorded by the SD-Jukebox Ver.4.
[SD_VIDEO]: MPEG4 moving pictures are recorded in ASF format (e.g. MOL001.ASF). It can be played back with Windows Media Player 6.4 or later.
[SD_VOICE]: Folder in which voice data files (e.g. MOB001.VM1) are stored.