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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did you insalled to your computer the software CD comes with the camera? In case of a positive answer- Check if the software support your OS.
Posted on Sep 04, 2007
You can connect to any computer with a USB port. It appears as a hard drive after you tell the camera to connect (in the menu). Then just copy the .mod files to a spot on yor computer; there will be one for each movie clip.
Your next chore is changing them into MPEG files at the correct aspect ratio. If you shot in 16:9 they will be squished together unless you use the SDCopy freeware utility to set the widescreen flag. It also renames and downloads files for you, and it's small. There's a link from this tutorial page, which also explains a lot about aspect ratios and such:
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
if you stored your pics on a memory card just pull it out and if you have a card reader in your pc just access it like a removeable drive; thats what I do..
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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