Question about Digital Cameras
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The surefire way to have the date show on your pictures is to set your camera's resolution to PostCard Mode and thus record the date stamp on the picture itself. Your ZoomBrowser software, however can put the date on each of your images. I am using ZoomBrowser EX ver 5.8 as an example. If yoiur version if different it will still have similar functionality.
You can rename image files using four different naming schemes:
1. Image Name + Number (e.g. Vacation_001.jpg)
2. Shooting date + Number (e.g. 20080601_001.jpg)
3. Name + Shooting date + Number OR
4. Shooting date + Name + Number
You may choose to do either method 2 or 4 to get the date.
To rename selected images or a group of images using one of the above naming schemes simply open ZoomBrowser and point it to the folder that contains the images you wish to rename. For this example let's assume it was your recent vacation photos.
I would utilize either Zoom or Scroll mode to view the images on the main screen. Then follow these steps:
1. Click the task panel labeled "View & Classify"
2. Next click the sub panel "Rename Multiple Files"
3. On the left hand panel click Step 1 "Select images"
[Here you can select any or all images in the folder]
4. Next click Step 2 "Specify Rename Settings"
5. Select the way you want the files to be named and enter
the appropriate settings. Note: If you wish to keep the original
file and make a copy with the new naming scheme make
sure you check "Make Copies of files"
6. Lastly click Finish and your newly renamed files will be there
in the folder.
Hopes this helps.
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
I had to tap the entire front of the lense on the fat part of my palm. I had to do it 4 times semi-hard. Then the camera just popped on. Thanks for the tip, I did have to do it three times turning it off and on after each 4 strikes. The fifth time was a charm. I now have to do it every time to make my camera work. Crazy but it works.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
SOURCE: Computer doesn't detect camera
This question comes up several times a day here in the camera section at Fixya. But please note, it's very hard to troubleshoot individual software problems online, and it likely is a software issue. But why put up with the headaches of bad software in the first place? Please don't take this as a sales pitch as it's not, but please see the following blog article, as it describes the use of an inexpensive card reader as a much easier, faster, and less error prone way to download your photos. In fact there are several important reasons discussed in the article for using a card reader vice downloading from the camera. USB Card readers are also very inexpensive these day, with cost virtually not an issue:
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
SOURCE: can not download
I just tried the following link
and this worked OK.
It could be that you are using a PC on a network that has a restricted access to certain sites or ranges of IP addresses. If you are using a network then contact the network administrator to assist you.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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There are numerous solutions for importing digital pictures from your camera to your hard drive. You can use Windows Explorer. By doing this, u maintain complete control over where ur digital images are stored on the computer. If you prefer to use an external application, Google's Picasa remains the best solution available. In addition to being a convenient way to manage your images, Picasa also includes common photo editing functions, supports some of the best photo organization works with low level photo data from your camera, and assists in uploading images to the Web or creating slideshows on your local system. Picasa uses the timeline features that shows when images were taken in relation to all your other images (which only works if your digital camera is set to the correct date). Picasa is free for Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Linux.
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