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I know how to get pictures my camera to my computer but i dont know about the videos i tryed everything that i knew how to do but now im stuck

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Kodak uses a different file extension if i rember and you might need quicktime to play videos-

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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.

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Video will not transfer to my computer


If there is no sound, try to download remote service driver in SamsungCameraUSA.com.

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