I've had my F55 a couple of weeks now and it's great save for the fact that I can't figure out how to save my MPEGs. I can view them OK with Picture Gear but can't find an option to save. Do I need extra software? So far I've only got Photosuite II apart from Picture Gear.
Any help would be much appreciated since my memory sticks are full to bursting and I don't want to lose my MPEGS (the kids at Christmas).
Thanks a lot,
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Re: F55 - how do I save MPEGs?
With Picture Gear Lite you have to click on the MPEG file (the same one you clicked on to start the actual download)...hold down the right mouse button and drag it over to a directory or folder on the left part of the screen. It will now be saved there.
Picture Gear Lite is so irritating! Not very intuitive. You can't even name the file before you save it in a folder.
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