Question about Cameras
You can do this several different ways; 1.) attach the appropriate USB cable to your camera and to the computer, where Windows will recognize your images and ask you what you want it to do with them. At this point, select the 'MS Moviemaker" choice and your video will be saved there. You will be asked if you want the program to delete the video from your camera's memory or memory card. I suggest you select the 'do NOT delete' option until you are sure the file is where you want it saved. Then you should STILL back it up on a disc or flash drive. 2) You did not specify whether or not you had removable memory as part of your video setup. If you do, you can enter it into your 'MS Moviemaker' program by putting into the correct reader; either an 'SD' slot, or by disc drive (DVD drive.) There are fairly inexpensive variable slot memory card readers that you can attach to your computer using a USB cable. Remember, it's not IF a hard drive will fail, it's WHEN a hard drive will fail, Have fun,
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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