Error Message when I try to transfer videos from my camera to my computer.
I am trying to direct transfer download videos from my digital camera
to my computer. A message comes up saying, There Is No space available
in the folder for which you want to save. Please check the folder and
try again. I have tried creating new folders, changing to empty
folders, nothing works. I need to know whats wrong. And I need a
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The video files your particular camera makes should be AVI format. What media player are you using? I've heard of problems playing AVI files with Windows Media Player.
Try using a different media player like VLC or Winamp. There are also video format conversion programs out there for free. I use anyvideoconverter for that. You can get all of those programs from cnet.com's download center.
Check that you have the right to use that directory ( home network, non administrator lockout) also that you have not tried tro use either a system or or read only directory. try making a new directory to download to
Maybe you need a movie playback application that should be installed on your computer that supports the file format of the video from the camera. I believe the video file format from the camera is mpeg. You may try Quicktime player whick also works with Windows.
You have to have the video taken, and to do this the easiest way, (how I do it) I open the folder for the camera.
(My computer then the place where you pluged the camera in) then I go to the videos folder while in the camera folder, and then drag and drop the videos into ShowBiz.
Turn the camera on. On the camera, press the 'MENU' button and go to the third page of the 'Set Up' tab. For the 'USB' field, select the 'Mass Storage (USB DIRECT-PRINT)' option, instead of the 'PTP(PictBridge) option. This worked for me when I was getting the "Check connections" error message, about a minute after pressing the 'USB' button on the cradle, while the camera was in the cradle and I was trying to download my photos from the camera to my computer.
When you try to transfer a large number of files (or a single large file) from a PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) device, such as a Sony Memory Stick, you may receive an error message saying that your computer cannot detect your camera or that, although it has detected the camera, the current picture cannot be copied. This happens because in older versions of WinXP the PTP driver limits file transfer to 2,048 files at one time and those files must be less than 210MB. If you update WinXP with Microsoft's latest service pack you should eliminate the problem.
Remove all software that is camera related.
Reboot the computer
Plug the camera in
ensure the camera is switched o
and is set to the upload mode.
Windows snanner/camera Wizard will do the rest.
Let Windows do the work and leave discs in the box
Movies shot on FUJI's digital cameras are recorded in Motion JPEG format and can be played back using QuickTime version 3.0 or later.
(You can download QuickTime from the Apple Computer site).
To play back movies in Windows Media Player, download and install DirectX 8.0 or later from the DirectX website.
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