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Re: Scans but where is the photo...iMac
I dont use a mac os, but the software should be saving to a default directory after it scans. I would call Epson to find out the exact place to find. if you see cant get it solved, tell me the software you are using, and I will check for you.
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Are you running OSX Lion? If so, that may be the issue. I have 2 MacBook Pros, one running Lion, one Snow Leopard. The Scan2Mac software works fine on the Snow Leopard machine - takes only a few seconds to create image in a MBP directory. It does not work at all on the Lion machine. Worse, the scans to the memory card take up to 2 minutes, before the scanner will process another photo. I installed the Scan2Mac app on both machines from the same dmg. The Pandigital website offers no updates to the software, which was created in 2009.
On the left Top of your monitor is a apple Logo.Tip on it and select "About that Mac"
A Window pops up and you select "More Info"
it shows you the OSX on it. OSX 10.3 or OSX 10.4
Google "Safari Browser for OSX 10.? "
Download it and it will work.
You may have the latest Version.
Are you transferring from cassette to memory card and then to Imac? certainly there is software supported by Imac to accomplish this. You can convert your videos to MPEG format using Imagemixer then try uploading with another program. Imac and OSX should have websites that list compatible software.