Question about Panasonic Cameras
I HAVE A CAMERA PANASONIC LUMIX FH22 MODEL,BY DEFAULT ITS FILE EXTENSION IS (.mov),THEREFORE I HAVE COLLECT SOME MOVIE AND CONVERTED INTO .mov FILES,AFTER IT I HAVE COPY THE SAME INTO MEMORY CARD.AFTER PUT THE MEMORY CARD IN THE CAMERA THERE IS NO FILE SHOWING,I WANT TO RUN THAT MOVIE FILE THROUGH CAMERA TO MY T.V SET BUT NOT ABLE,SO PLEASE TELL ME THE HOW CAN I RUN THE MOVIE THROUGH THIS WAY //firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Anonymous on
Your camcorder can only play back movies recorded on that specific device, due to the way the software within the camcorder works.
PS - please don't shout when you post queries
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try hooking the camera or memory card reader up to the computer via a USB cable and go into "My Computer" (or "Computer" in Vista) and look for your camera listed under the removable hard drives and double click it. You'll see a folder and within it, you should see all of your files. Simply copy and paste them to your perferred folder on your hard drive. Some cameras have seperate video folders, but should be in the same, general area.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
The Dcim format is a file structure that is Compliant with
Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (image and data).
To boil it down, it is a format initially used for medicine.
To put a picture back onto a camera, this is what you must do.
Take a picture with the card in the camera (this creates the file structure on the camera).
Connect the camera to the PC, open the "drive" of the camera, you should see a DCIM folder. open it.
Inside you will see a folder called something 190_PANA, (depending on make of camera, obviously mines a Panasonic) Open it.
Inside is the picture/s you took, note the filename it is 8 characters long EG: P1090810.JPG , find the higest number.
Copy your pictures into the folder with the ones taken in the camera, no rename the photos to be sequentially higher from the last one taken in the camera. EG: P1090811.jpg and so on.
NOTE: if the pictures were originally off the camera and they still have the P1090811 or similar mane, then you can just create a new folder in the DCIM folder Called 191_PANA (or whatever your camera calls it + 1) and put all the pictures in there.
It's complicated, sorry for the windy explanation (you'd think someone would have made a program to do this)... then again the camera software probably does. :-o
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
Hey! There are a lot of such conversion tools. I am now using this Wondershare DVD Converter Ultimate, which helps me convert various video format to any video/audio format I need(indcluding the format you have mentioned). And it also helps me burn dvd from video. It works well for me. You can also have a free trail of it. Hope that helps.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
Photoshop will do it, there is a cut down version called Photoshop elements worth looking at.
This web page tells you its now supported.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
Please go to this above site and download your user manual, and drivers, inside the manual the operation you describe is addressed inside. Usually though, the SD card is only used when the Camera's memory is "Full" Or there may be a function to transfer to SD card, but usually one simply need an increase in memory, and to get the photos one uses the software and downloads to a PC, or where ever and it doesn't matter where it is stored.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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