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When you hook your camera to your computer you are accessing it like a disk and changes made to "files" are saved to the disk. A common change is to rotate the image so it views correctly on the computer screen for images you turned the camera to take a portrait oriantation shot. That change is saved to the image on disk, then the camera can no longer display it because it is not the right "dimensions" for the camera (it is rotated)
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive. Or you can use any photo cataloging program.
Does your camera have a USB port if so connect cable to computor & switch on camera your computor should recognize a new hardware device and a pop up box will appear giving you the option ofimporting your pictures.Or take memory card out of camera & plug into a card reader then into usb port on computor,If you are using windows click on my computor & click on icon for the memory card & choose copy.
TRANSFERRING RECORDED IMAGES AND VIDEOS FROM YOUR VPCT700 DIGITAL CAMERA TO YOUR COMPUTER
Connecting the Camera to Your Computer 1. Connect one end of the USB cable to the PC/AV terminal of the camera. 2. Connect the other end of the USB cable to an available USB port on your computer. 3. Turn on your camera. -The [USB] screen appears. 4. Select [PC] with the Up and Down Arrow buttons, and press the SET button. 5. From the Windows desktop, double click on “My Computer”. 6. Look for a new “Removable disk” icon. This “Removable disk” is actually the memory card in your camera. Typically, the camera will be assigned drive letter “E” or higher. 7. Double click on the removable disk and locate the DCIM folder. 8. Double click on the DCIM folder to open it to find more folders. -Your recorded images and video clips will be inside these folders. -Copy & Paste or Drag-N-Drop image and video files to a folder on your computer.
Mac users: Double-click the “untitled” or “unlabeled” disk drive icon on our desktop. iPhoto may automatically launch.
Downloading images and Video Files When the camera is turned on and connected to your computer, it is considered to be a disk drive, just like a floppy disk or CD. You can download (transfer) images by copying them from the “Removable disk” (“untitled” or “unlabeled” disk on a Macintosh) to your computer hard drive.
Windows Open the “removable disk” and subsequent folders by double clicking on them. Your images are inside these folder(s). Select the images that you want, and then choose “Copy” from the “Edit” menu. Open the destination location (folder) and choose “Paste” from the “Edit” menu. You may also drag and drop image files from the camera to a desired location.
Macintosh Open the “untitled” disk icon, and the destination location on your hard disk. Drag and drop from the camera to the desired destination.
NOTE - Memory card users may prefer to use a memory card reader (highly Recommended). - Video playback application is not included with the package. Make sure that video playback application has been installed in your computer.
You can download trial versions of these programs, and test to see ifthe program can find your images, but have to pay to register thesoftware before it will actually recover the images.
You may also need to use a card reader to read the data from the card, rather than read the card while it's in the camera connected to your computer. Card readers are relatively inexpensive (less than $20) and can be bought at most camera and computer stores.
Try this product: http://www.gorecovery.com/digital_photo_recovery_for_mac.asp
PhotoRecovery worked quite well for me when my xd disk on my SP 320 started reading images funny. It recovered virtually all of my images and I was able to upload from my card reader to the computer. Will work on pcs as well.
To transfer pictures:
1. Remove the memory card from the camera.
2. Insert the memory card into the floppy disk adapter.
Make sure that you insert the memory card into the adapter with the gold side of the memory card facing you and to the right and the silver side of the adapter facing away from you.
3. Insert the floppy disk adapter into the diskette drive on your computer.
4. Double-click the PhotoMAX shortcut on your desktop to open the software.
5. Click Get Photo.
6. Click Album or FlashPath.
7. Click Downlod from FlashPath. The images appear as thumbnails on the album manager window.
8. Double-click the image that you want to edit. The image appears in the image tray.
9. Remove the FlashPath Floppy Disk Adapter from the diskette drive when you are done.