Question about Canon PowerShot A560 Digital Camera
I'll video tape a movie that's more than five minutes long and when I transfer it to my computer it'll say that no kb were transferred. Smaller videos will transfer fine. I need the video for a project for school and I'm in a bind
Well it took me over an hour to figure this one out. Loathingly I loaded the Canon software onto my computer. Then instead of using the card reader in my hard drive I used the USB cable that came with the camera. I downloaded the movie onto my hard drive through the USB cable and PRESTO, it played perfectly on my computer with no problem. Hope that helps.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
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