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KODAK C653 HOW DO I SAVE PHOTOS IN A FILE WITHOUT KODAK CHANGING MY DAY TO DAY DATE AND CREATING A NEW FILE?

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It's so much easier to just go through my computer make a new folder and copy them like that.

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I have photos saved on a Kodak disc and when I load them through Kodak easy share it shows me the picture I load into my computer not the date the picture was taken. I need to know date picture was taken.


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Rather than use Kodak Share For the date, use it purely for finding the file name of the picture. Then go to Windows Explorer, open the Kodak disk, and find the file name you are looking for (using search is probably easiest). When you have found the file "right-click" on the file and then click on properties and a box will come up with all the information you will need.
Hope this is helpful, if so would you please register that with Fixya
Cheers

Feb 04, 2015 | Eastman Kodak Company Kodak EasyShare...

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How do you get the date to show on your actual photos prints from a C143? I have the date set but it does not show on the photos like it did on my previous kodak digital C643


Unlike the C643, the C143 does not have a date stamp option. However, it does store the date and time (and a lot more) with each file in what's called the EXIF data. You can choose to print this out when you make your prints. Depending on the program and printer, you can print the information on the image, in the margins, or on the back. Please refer to the documentation for whatever printing program you're using.

Mar 13, 2011 | Kodak Cameras

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Downloading will not use the original EXIF date for photos, either 1) by creating a Folder named YYYYDDMM or similar, or 2) by saving it with jpgs.How can I get the EXIF date to save?


The EXIF date and the file system date are two totally separate things. As long as you use tools that maintain the EXIF data you will still have the original information.
I rename my photos using XNview so that the name of the file is based on the EXIF date. i.e. <Date Taken[y-m-d]>(xxx).jpg where xxx is the three digits from the original filename.

Mar 28, 2010 | Kodak EasyShare M1033 Digital Camera

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How to change a date in a picture file created by a kodak cx6330 camera


Depends which date.
 - The file date can be done by resetting the computer date, opening the file, saving it as something else, change the computer back, delete the old file and rename the "save as" file.
 - If you mean the date in the EXIF data, you need an EXIF editor - Google for PhotoME.

Jan 06, 2010 | Kodak EasyShare CX6330 Digital Camera

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New photo files write over existing files.


How large is your memory card? If you're shooting at the full 9mp and highest quality, that takes up a lot of room on a small card.

Oct 13, 2009 | Canon Powershot SX110 IS Digital Camera...

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File on my computer got erased. I thought it was just a copy of he photos on my Kodak software but now an entire years worth of family photos come's up with lines through it. I don't know how to reconnect...


To avoid losing the file forever, do NOT save any more files on your computer until you can get software from Norton (or another company that makes Undelete software. This software finds and restores files that have been deleted. (Have you checked your Recycle bin to see if your computer just happened to put the deleted file there? If so, you're home free--the file can be easily restored.)

On the other hand, if it's been truly deleted. you have a chance of restoring it with Undelete software. Here's what happens: When a file is deleted, it doesn't really go away. Files are put in boxes called "clusters" and when the file is deleted, the computer puts a mark (such as a "$" sign telling the computer that that cluster or group of clusters can be used for future use. That's why it's so important that you don't ask your computer to file a new file so you avoid the computer possibly overwriting the new file over your old one. If the new file is short and there are several "open" clusters before your photo file, the new file will likely go into one of the sorter, earlier clusters first.

Best luck!

j

Nov 29, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Won't display photos from a CDRW


Check what type of file type the Kodak is creating, it may not be a JPG. If its not you would need to look in settings or check the manual to see how to change the camera so it saves the files as JPEG'S.
Or the long route compress them into JPEG'S on your PC.

Feb 16, 2008 | Philips DVP-3005 DVD Player

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SCANER,PRINTER,COPYER


Saving a scanned image on the computer
1 Load an original document facedown on the scanner glass.
2 Close the top cover.
3 From the desktop, double-click the Lexmark Imaging Studio icon.
4 Click Scan.
5 Select the Photo, Several Photos, or Document option.
6 Click Start.
7 From the Save or Edit screen menu bar, click Save.
8 To save to another folder, click Browse, and select a folder. Click OK.
9 To rename the file, enter the name in the File Name area. To assign the name as a prefix to all of your photos,
select the “Start all photos with File Name” check box.
10 To save the photo as another file type, select the file type from the File Type drop-down list.
11 To select a date for the photo, click the drop-down list, and select a date from the calendar.
12 Click Save.

Jan 22, 2008 | Lexmark X2500 All-In-One Printer

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Embedded date on photos


this camera has an internal clock battery, which must keep the date or any other related information while you changing the batteries, the problem is, since you camera is pretty old, the clock battery is probably long dead, it can be changed, but it will require disassembling and resoldering

Aug 19, 2007 | Kodak EasyShare CX4310 Digital Camera

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Sending photos as an e-mail attachment


When sending photos as e-mail attachments, the image (file) size should not be too large. Use the included image viewing program called Image Expert to save photos in reduced size. For instructions on installing Image Expert, see "Installing the image viewing program" on page 42 of the Instruction Manual. 1. Launch Image Expert. 2. Choose "Open Image" from the "File" menu. 3. Specify the image you want to reduce, then click "Open". If the camera is connected using the USB cable, it is displayed as a removable disc. images on the camera can be opened directly by specifying the remove-able disc. 4. Click on "Change Size" in the "Image" menu. 5. Input values at "Width" and "Height", then click "OK". If "Keep Aspect Ratio" is checked, the size is changed without changing the image’s vertical:horizontal ratio. 6. The image is displayed at its new size. 7. Click on "Save As" in the "File" menu to save the image with the new size.

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