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Re: Transfer movie onto computer
Open your "My Computer", the Olympus would be shown as an External Storage Device. Open it and look for the movie file which should have an .avi extension. Copy/paste or drag n drop to a folder in your PC.
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When using Windows Operating System on the Computer, follow the steps given below:
Connect the Camera to the Computer using the supplied USB cable. The Computer will recognize the Camera as a removable drive and list in the Windows Explorer. Press the Windows logo on the keyboard along with the "E" key to open the windows explorer. If the Sony Camera is listed in the explorer as a removable drive then double click on it to open and navigate through the files and folders. Open the "DCIM" for images and "MP_Root" for videos. Once the images and videos are visible, right click on the desired file then select copy. Next, paste the selected file on the hard drive of the Computer.
If you want to select all the files at once then press "CTRL+A", to copy, "CTRL+C" and to paste, "CRTL+V".
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In your daily life, you would like to take some funny videos
with your family or your friends with your recording device; it is the most
unforgettable moment, I think, and then you want to transfer the recorded video to computer, edit the recorded video with Windows Movie
Maker, transfer the recorded video to YouTube
at last. So as Dailymotion,
Actually, it is very easy to do that, Follow me from now on;
I will show you the detailed steps to transfer recorded video to iPod.
Step1. Transfer the
recorded video to computer
Connect your record device with computer, just drag or copy
the recorded file tocomputer. It is
so simple to reach it.
Tips: For some record device, you need to prepare specific
software to transfer video to computer. For example: iPod vidicon.
Step3. Transfer the recorded and editorial video to YouTube Transfer the recorded
video to YouTube must be the most important step. So please pay much more
attention on here. As we know, the recorded video is usually DV-AVI format, and
YouTube, MySpace, Facebook both support MPEG and FLV video. As we know, the AVI
video is so clear in looking, on the other hand, the size is also so large, at
this time, convert the recorded video format seems so necessary. I recommend
you have a trial of YouTube
video converter. Download and install YouTube video downloader, load your
recorded video into the program, choose the FLV or MPEG format as you want,
click “convert” bottom, after several minutes you will get the converted video.
Now you can upload it successfully.
As you see, transfer
the recorded video toYouTube is an easy work. Just have a free trial. You
will find so much fun from transfer the
recorded video toYouTube.
Hi: When you transfer all the files, the movies should be transferred as well. Open Windows Explorer to the folder you saved the files to. Notice the file names by using either details or list in the view. Other operating systems may differ slightly. The movie files should be with .mov extension. The jpeg or picture files should be saved to .jpg extension. Some cameras will save to a different extension if the highest resolution is used, such as .tiff or other.
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.