Problems I DUBBLE CLICK ON THE KADAK EASYSHARE ICON AND IT WORKS FINE. BUT WHEN I CLICK ON THE HOME SHARE ICON THIS THING POPS UP AND SAYS THAT IT HAS ENCOUNTERED A PROBLEM AND NEEDS TO CLOSE WE ARE SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE. IF YOU CAN HELP ME WITH THIS DAVE
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Does the Kodak EasyShare C180 capture Video Sound? 2010-7-2 21:13:19I
just bought this camera, and i opened it at home and LOVED IT. its
cheap and affordable, but i was just wondering if it was SUPPOSED to
capture sound on videos because if it is, mine doesnt. Thanks :)
Kodak EasyShare C180 is a simple camera, Video capable camera w/NO SOUND. "NOTE: Sound cannot be played on the camera. Sound is heard after the video is transferred to your computer." http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001OC7... Other best Kodak cameras : Kodak Easyshare M341, Kodak EasyShare MD41. Kodak
Easyshare M341 : 12.2MP, 3x optical zoom, 2.7-inch LCD screen, Smart
Capture feature automatically identifies the scene and adjusts camera
Kodak EasyShare C180 is a simple camera, Video capable camera w/NO SOUND."
This will work on any model or make of net-book or Laptop enabling you to load CD's or DVD s with software onto your net-book laptop especially good when the CD/DVD drive has stopped working or is non existent, there are a few prerequisites before you can carry out this operation. 1:You must be in a networked environment in your home/workplace 2;One of the networked computers must have a CD/DVD ROM available 3:The computers must have been linked in a home or a small office network 4: Printers and sharing must also be activated in that network
Method is as follows:- On the Work-group/Home network computer with CD/DVD ROM click on Start then my computer and look for CD/DVD ROM icon. Right click on the icon then click sharing and security enable sharing and security then restart this workstation , You will then see the shared hand icon underneath this icon representing it is a shared item after restart to confirm it is shared.
On the laptop/net-book look in my network places you will see the CD/DVD ROM available to you now all you need to do is place in the work-group computers CD/DVD ROM the required software disk and there you have your problem solved without the expense of purchasing an external CD ROM Operate now your Net-book/Laptop with available CD/DVD icon and double click it or right click and explore choice is yours. Look at following Pictures
I hope this explains how to do it if you have further problems let me know Should you not have at least the above 4 listed items at the top of the page then this method wont work .I will publish another method soon for those people that have no network and only have a single net-book/Laptop with no CD capability
Summary With Home Sharing in iTunes 9, you can stream and transfer music, videos, and more with up to five other computers on your local network.
Note: Movie rentals cannot be streamed or transferred using Home Sharing.
Home Sharing requires:
iTunes 9 or later iTunes or App Store Account Local Network connection (Ethernet or Wi-Fi) This article discusses enabling and using Home Sharing. For troubleshooting assistance see iTunes: Troubleshooting Home Sharing
Products Affected iTunes 9 Expand All Sections | Collapse All Sections
Enabling Home Sharing
Open iTunes. Select the Home Sharing icon on the left-hand side of iTunes:
If the Home Sharing icon is not visible, choose Advanced > Enable Home Sharing from the menu bar. (You can disable or enable Home Sharing for your computer using the Advanced menu.) Note: After enabling Home Sharing, the Home icon representing your computer is no longer visible.
When prompted, enter your iTunes or App Store account name and password:
Note: Be sure to use the same iTunes / App Store account name when enabling Home Sharing on all computers you intend to share with.
Click Create Home Share. Use the above steps to enable Home Sharing on additional computers on your local network. Using Home Shares
Locate and click the Home Share you want to connect to under Shared on the left-hand side of iTunes:
View the contents of that Home Share. While viewing that Home Share you can: Stream Music and Video to your computer: Double-click a file to listen to music or view video content in the iTunes library Manually Transfer iTunes Content to your iTunes library: Select the content in the Home Share that you want to transfer to your iTunes library, then drag the content to your iTunes library. You can also select the content in the Home Share that you want to transfer to your iTunes library, then click the Import button in the bottom-right corner of iTunes:
Automatically transfer iTunes Store content between your Home Shares
Select the Home Share for the computer that you want to transfer content from. Click Settings in the bottom-right of iTunes, and specify what type of iTunes Store content you want to transfer.
The next time you download iTunes Store content on that Home Share computer, iTunes automatically transfers the content to your iTunes library. Note: Home Sharing does not automatically transfer iTunes Store content that was purchased before you turned on Home Sharing. You can still manually transfer iTunes Store and other content between Home Shares.
There is a setting in the easyshare software that allows you to run on startup.. or in your case, NOT run.. I have used easyshare in the past but have not experienced what you see directly, though I have seen the icon sitting there near my clock...
Its going to be a hardware thing. Is the drive connected to a UB2 port? The network itself has its own data transfer rate ( ie. gigabit ) you need to make sure you cables are no longer than 6 ft, its plugged into a high speed port, and that all ports on the chain are of the same speed. If you have the option, go firewire for this. If that does not rectify it, check adminsitrator properties of the drive.