20 Most Recent Panasonic D-Snap SV-AS3 Digital Camera Questions & Answers

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Connected through a 4-port USB hub

Use of a USB hub for connection does not guarantee normal operation. Try attaching the USB cable directly from the D-snap SD Camera to one of the built-in USB ports on the PC.
8/31/2005 12:20:45 PM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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Connect the camera to PC

Make sure both the Battery Pack and AC Adapter are connected to the D-snap SD Camera when connected to a compatible PC.
8/31/2005 12:19:46 PM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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USB cable

No. Connect the USB cable after the USB driver is installed.
8/31/2005 12:16:39 PM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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Serial number

The required serial number for SD-Jukebox installation is located on the paper insert inside the CD-ROM casing. The serial number is 10 or 11 digits long depending on the model. Without the serial number, the Jukebox software cannot be installed on a compatible PC.
8/31/2005 12:15:54 PM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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Error for installing software or drivers

Users must have PC administrative authority, in order to install these software applications.
8/31/2005 12:13:38 PM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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Software - USB driver

Windows® 98SE, Windows® ME, Windows® 2000 Professional, Windows® XP Home Edition/Professional.
8/31/2005 12:11:47 PM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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SD Memory Card

The data on the SD Memory Card can be broken up into five separate folders (where applicable): [DCIM]: The images in this folder (e.g. IMGA0001.JPG) are recorded in the JPEG format. [MISC]: Files in which DPOF Data has been set to the image are in this folder. Slide show data created by SD-MovieStage Ver. 2.5 are also stored in this folder (e.g. AUTPLY0.MRK). [SD_AUDIO]: Stores music data files (e.g. AOB001.SA1) recorded by the SD-Jukebox Ver.4. [SD_VIDEO]: MPEG4 moving pictures are recorded in ASF format (e.g. MOL001.ASF). It can be played back with Windows Media Player 6.4 or later. [SD_VOICE]: Folder in which voice data files (e.g. MOB001.VM1) are stored.
8/31/2005 12:09:36 PM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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Format the SD Memory Card

Formatting erases all the data recorded on the SD Memory Card. If an SD Memory Card becomes unreadable, formatting may make it reusable.
8/31/2005 12:08:41 PM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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MPEG4, MPEG2 - Windows Media Player

MPEG4 motion video can be played back with Windows Media Player 6.4 or later. MPEG2 cannot be played back in Windows Media Player. Files created with our D-snap Video Cameras are designed for playback with the included MediaStage software and our DMR-E100H DVD Recorders.
8/31/2005 12:01:34 PM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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Video and still image - MPEG4, MPEG2

MPEG4 motion video can be played back with Windows Media Player 6.4 or later. MPEG2 cannot be played back in Windows Media Player. Files created with our D-snap Video Cameras are designed for playback with the included MediaStage software and our DMR-E100H DVD Recorders.
8/31/2005 11:52:14 AM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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Video and still image - SD Memory Cards

To achieve MPEG2 video performance, large amounts of data must be written to the SD Memory Card in real time. The read and write speed of the SD Memory Card may differ from manufacturer to manufacturer, so we recommend using Panasonic SD Memory Cards with the high-speed transmission rate of 10MB per second (SD Memory Cards that are 256MB* or higher have a transmission rate of 10MB per second). FINE Mode recording (High image quality 704 x 480 pixels) recording requires an SD Memory Card that is 256MB* or higher. NORM Mode recording (Normal image quality 352 x 480 pixels) recording requires an SD Memory Card that is 32MB* or higher. *Usable capacity will be less. The use of SD Memory Cards other than the ones mentioned above may result in the following error message: [This card cannot record in MPEG2 mode.]
8/31/2005 11:50:04 AM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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Video and still image - difference between MPEG2 and MPEG4

MPEG2 video is DVD-quality video comparable to digital camcorders. The picture data is transferred at a rate of about 30 frames per second, for a beautiful, smooth motion image. It will show up on your SD Memory Card as ".MOD" or ".MOI". MPEG4 video is suitable for use in a compatible PC, viewing on a TV, posting on Web pages or attaching to e-mail. It is inferior to MPEG2 in smoothness because the number of the frames transferred in MPEG4 is less than that in MPEG2. However, MPEG4 has a higher transfer rate, and a much smaller file size, than MPEG2. It will show up on your SD Memory Card as ".ASF", which stands for Advance Systems Format files.
8/31/2005 11:48:18 AM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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Video and still image - MPEG

MPEG stands for Moving Picture Experts Group. It is the name of the standard for the compression and extension of a digital motion image and sound, enacted by ITU-TS (International Telecommunications Union-Telecommunication Standardization Sector) and ISO (International Standardization Organization).
8/31/2005 11:47:03 AM • Panasonic D-Snap... • Answered on Aug 31, 2005
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I have a Panasonic Lumix DMC L580 and it states that the memory is full. As i dont have a manual how do i delete what is held in the memory please cheers

Are you sure of the model number? I can't find anything about a Lumix DMC-L580. There is a Lumix DMC-LS80. Make sure that you save any pictures before deleting them. Also make sure to have fresh batteries or the camera connected to AC power. If the camera runs out of power, the process will not complete. To delete pictures from the internal memory, slide the recording/playback switch down. (The switch to the upper left of the arrow keys on the back.) This puts the camera in Play Back Mode. Use the Up/Down arrows (if needed) to select normal playback mode and press Menu/Set (in the center of the arrow keys). The delete button is the one on the right side below the arrow keys. Use the left/right buttons to select a single picture. Press delete. Press the left arrow to highlight Yes. Then press Menu/Set to confirm deleting the image. To delete multiple pictures, use the down arrow to get to Multi Delete or All Delete (instead of the left arrow). Press Menu/Set. For All Delete, you may see an option to choose All Delete or All Delete except (star). The star indicates Favorites. If needed, pick one, press Menu/Set. Use the left arrow to select Yes and press Menu/Set again. For Multi delete, use the left and right arrows to navigate through the stored pictures. Press the down arrow to select an image to delete. When you have marked all of the pictures that you want to delete, press Delete again. Press the up arrow to select Yes and press Menu/Set to initiate deleting these pictures. (Note: if a picture is protected, pressing the down arrow will result in On icon blinking red.) The manual for DMC-LS80 is available from Panasonic support here: https://www.panasonic.com/au/support/manual-download/imaging/lumix-cameras/dmc-ls80.html . The current link to the manual is https://www.panasonic.com/content/dam/Panasonic/support_manual/Digital_Still_Camera/English_02-vqt3-vqt9_other/DMC-LS80%20Operating%20Instructions.pdf . See page 20 for the section on selecting the mode. See page 35 for deleting pictures. I hope this helps. Cindy Wells (if you have a memory card in the camera, you will need to do the delete steps in two steps. Delete all (or multi) pictures from the internal memory and the memory card separately.)
7/7/2022 6:22:48 PM • Panasonic... • Answered on Jul 07, 2022
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