I bought this camera on ebay and whilst it works to print directly, I would like to download photos to my pc but no disc came it. Anyone have any ideas? it has a memory card option, would this serve the same purpose?
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Re: where can i get the software disc from?
Have you tried to plug in the camera to the PC anyway. Windows XP or Vista should have its own pic transfer wizard or something like that. If that doesn't work see if you can view your camera thru "MY COMPUTER".
You shouldn't need any additional software, even if it came with it.
If you PC has a memory card reader then just pull card out of camera and put it in the PC.
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I would go to ebay enter you PC model number and after that type in card reader. They don't have to be expensive or anything..Mine was on a few dollars but they seem to cheapest on Ebay. I put mine in the USB port and it didn't even need a driver.
Go to Samsungs websight, software should be available for download there, if not, any run of the mill picture software will allow you to upload the images to you're computer, the main thing is to make sure the drivers are in you're computer for that particular camera, if you can't find samsungs websight try googling it, here I found the site you need this will take you directly to you're cameras support page, with all the software and drivers you will need.http://www.samsung.com/us/support/search/supportSearchResultView.do?group=&group_cd=&type=&type_cd=&subtype=&subtype_cd=&model_nm=+S730&dType=D&mType=&model_cd=&menu=download&prd_ia_cd=&disp_nm=+S730&isEqualsY=
be sure all of this is in you're browsers address line. and it will take you directly to the site....
If you google your camera model, you will find a location to download software for this camera. The Panasonic Support site is a good starting place..
Kodak has a free photo viewing an touchup software downloadable so you will use their printing service. Another is Picaso by Adobe. Both of these are easier and better than those supplied with camersa. Even Microsoft XP or Vista computer come with a good viewer. Go to Start/Programs/Microsoft Viewer(or some such).
You can either 1. Transfer the still pictures from the camcorder to the PC, and then, either 1.1 use your PC software to print the pictures, or 1.2 use an online photo processing lab to print the pictures for you. OR 2. Take the disc from the camcorder to a local photo printing shop and ask them to print the pictures you want printed.
But first ... before you can transfer pictures or video from your Canon DC210 to your PC you need to finalise the disc in the camcorder.
also need to make sure that the DVD drive on your PC is capable of
reading a DVD-R, DVD-R DL or DVD-RW format as these are the only disk
formats that the DC210 will handle. Not all PC DVD drives can read
To finalise the disk you must have the power
adapter connected to the
camera, plugged into a wall socket and turned on. Then, switch on the
camera, put it into playback mode, Press 'Func.', select main
menu, select 'disk operations', select 'finalise'. Don't move or shake
the camera or switch it off whilst the finalising step is
underway - this could cause problems.
Once finalising is complete, take it out of the camcorder and then follow steps 1.1, 1.2 or 2 above.
Right wat ya gotta do is.. take ya photo(s).. then using your Software & Data Transfer Cable, usually USB, you then download the photos from ya camera to your PC's hard Drive, & then usually ya must convert the Photos to a smaller more suitable size.. However most sites explain how big the files should be... and how to "Upload" them to their site.
To perform these actions one must install the camera's Data Transfer Software & Drivers, that came with the camera. OR locate and download the Drivers from the manufacturers web site.
Install the software then reboot, THEN plug in ya USB cable connected to the camera, and then turn on.. it should be "Detected" and it may ask for "Drivers" if so, simply point it in the direction of the Driver Files, usually on ya CD. After the software and drivers are installed, you can manipulate the files as ya wish.
Then you are ready to start using the Uploading Software, from the site required, like say Ebay etc.
This software will ask you for the "Location" of the Photo(s) ya point it to the Photo's location and the Uploading Software will do it all for you from there on...
The link below is for a Photo resizer, that may come in handy.. just download & install.
hope that helped...