How do you transfer photos from a digital camera to your email in box using a USB connection from camera to shared computer?
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If the camera supports direct printing or the printer supports direct connection to a camera (which it sounds like they don't) you would simply connect them together using the apprpriate USB cable. Otherwise, you need to use a PC or a laptop with at least two USB ports (one for each device) and the …appropriate software installed. The software to retrieve the photographs is usually bundled with the camera. Printers also need their drivers installed to work properly. Most PC's and laptops support USB these days. (MORE)
It depends on a lot of factors as some may find out. Some OperatingSystems such as Windows will not allow you to. And sometimes youhave to deal with JFIF Jpeg's and Exif Jpeg's as the bottom postdoes. That person thoroughly explains the issues in my opinion.What you can try doing is inserting the me…mory card into a USB cardreader or memory card slot if you have them. Or you can change youroperating system to be able to move photos from the USB connectedCamera. Yes. You should be able to find the camera listed under "MyComputer" as either an extra drive, or by the name of the camera.It should be displayed as a "removable storage". Just pull it overto the drive and it will be on there. Some cameras can be'uploaded' with their supplied usb/firewire cord. All memory chipsare in effect external hard-drives when attached to a'card-reader'. So! Whether you transfer files via the camera cordor via a separate 'card-reader' you must transfer a readable fileonly. That would be a 'jpeg'. Let's assume that you have takenpictures and downloaded them to your computer OR downloaded jpegsfrom the internet or via e-mail from a friend. If you wish to'crop' or 'adjust' the colour and/or contrast in a computersoftware program, then upload to 'your' camera, again, remember tosave as a jpeg file and NOT a tiff. or a gif. or photoshop file asthe camera will not be able to display them on it's LCD screen. Donot believe for a moment that you can put across the idea that youtook the pictures. Every camera 'codes' each picture with hidden'data' that tells what camera, what setting and often the ownersname. This data is available for deletion only and not modificationand then only if you know how. Many digital cameras have a built in codec specifically designed toread only a certain type of pictures. If your camera is like mostdigital cameras, the the process is very simple. Most likely yourcamera contains the JPEG Exif format. If the picture(s) you want tomove to your camera is JIFF, then you must convert it to Exif. Toknow which version of JPEG it is(JIFF or Exif), simple open theimage in notepad. You can do this by right-clicking on the imageand then choose "Open With..." Then from the menu that may pop up,select notepad. You will see the data of the image, if it saysExif, then you can just go right ahead and move it to the camerawithout doing anything else which I will later talk about. If itdoes not say Exif, then you will need to convert it. To start off,you need to download Quick Exif Editor, just Google it up. Then runthe program, click where it says open and choose your photo. Thenlook for a green + sign and a window will pop up saying "Readincluding Undefined Tags (Maybe dangerous) ." Many people who arenot savvy with computers AND digital photography will have no ideawhat this means. All this means is that a part of the image will beedited which can result in a loss of image. Don't worry this willnot damage your computer or anything like that, it will only damagethe image SO I STRONGLY SUGGEST YOU MAKE A COPY OF THAT IMAGE. Nextclick on "Yes" to continue. Another Window will pop up saying "NewExif Tag." I strongly recommend you leave everything alone. Theimage only needs a small command line that's says it is an ExifJPEG so DON'T WRITE ANYTHING. JUST GO RIGHT AHEAD AND CLICK "ADD."Cameras only read pictures with an Exif tag, which is just a fancyname for the detail of the photo, such as date and other data. Noneof this data shows up on the image but rather it is hidden withinthe image. Usually an image data begins with what type of JPEGimage. This makes it easy for a camera to read it. So that is whywe need to add a simple piece of data that tells the camera that itis a JPEG. Your image is now an Exif Jpeg. Your image is now readyto be moved to your camera. To start this process, you will need amemory card slot in your computer. Typically memory cards allowfiles to be written on it and connecting your camera via USB to thecomputer will not allow it to. If you can move files to your cameravia the USB, meaning that the camera is connected to the computerthrough a USB cable, then you are fine. If your computer does nothave a memory card and your camera connected to the computer viaUSB will not allow files to be moved to the memory card, then youwill need to use the memory card slot in your computer or you willneed to buy a card reader that in which it connects to yourcomputer via USB and and it contains a slot for your memory card.Make sure your memory card can fit onto the memory card slot, sincethere are different memory cards. You can check if your ccamerawill allow you to move files to it when connected by the usb cordby connecting you camera to the usb port via the cable. Then go tomy computer or computer and search for you device. DOuble click onit and then attempt to move a file onto it. If the file moves tothe computer then you don't need to use the memory card slot orcard reader to move the picture into it. If you cannot move thefile then you will need either a memory card or memory card slot.If you have decided to use the memory card in your computer to movethe files, please make sure the memory card is not locked. On thememory card, there should be a little switch which lets you know ifit is locked. Plugin you memory card or the Camera via USB, andthen search for where the pictures are located. Next, drag thepicture that you want to move to your camera into the folder whereall the pictures on the memory card or Camera are located. Next,look at all the names of the pictures in that photo. Some camerasuse a common name with a number attached at the end. For example,Sony cybershot cameras use the name DSC00, with a three otherdigits. Look for a similarity in all the pictures. Then rename thephoto to be part of the pattern of all the other images. This willensure that your camera reads the image. YOu are now done. Turn onyour camera, and view the image. If it says File error or youcannot find the image, then the process is a bit more complicated. (MORE)
Make a file backup folder on your computer and copy all those photos to it and call it a by new name. Now delete the bad or poor pixs from the orignal photo file . Select the pictues remaining one by one or other and send them to your camera which is listed as a drive. Or select each pix -copy them …- and paste them to the camera drive storage. Practice this first- after making a file you copied all into. (MORE)
Three options are:. -Use a long shutter speed and move the camera. -Use a filter. -Take a normal photo but use software to blur it
No you can not, I tried it once, the computer said, 'Unable to accept', maybe try the card on a different format, by right clicking and go down to format calibrate, other than that, I don't see that you can.
Depends on the software controls for the camera and the computer. That said though, most cameras when downloading to a PC or MAC, do not erase the images from the camera memory until that command is given from the PC or MAC keyboard.
First of all you must have your camera card in a card reader attached to your computer. Then go to the folder where to photos are and select the ones you want to send and select send to: Select the drive where the card reader is plugged into and SEND.
If the files are put on the card exactly as they were originally (much as if they had been undeleted), then possibly yes. But after any editing, there is no guarantee it will read them. You will just need to try it with some sample photos. Maybe someone else will be able to explain what the deciding… factors are. 188.8.131.52 (MORE)
Normally connecting a USB cable to camera and USB socket of PC, and then switching camera on should open up a dialogue box, where you can select option of "open folder to view file" etc.
You may have a disk of drivers that came with your camera. If so, you need to follow the steps in your manual and load any drivers onto your computer. You should also have received a cable to connect your camera to the computer. The specifics will differ from system to system, but if you get this fa…r the rest should be basically intuitive.. That doesnt help!!! (MORE)
The simplest way if your camera contains a memory card is to buy a card reader. These cost a few pounds or dollars and simply plug into your USB port.. If you have XP or Vista after plugging your memory card into a reader and plugging the reader into the USB port, a window pops up giving you option…s. Click on 'open window to view files' and open another window where you would like your picture to go. Then simply drag the picture across from your 'card' window into your destination window. (MORE)
Kodak Easy Share Digital Camera you have transferred some photographs from Camera to Computer But when you again tried to retransfer the photographs you failed Can this be retransfered?
If your camera has the capability of using a SD card or other form of memory type device, you can copy the pictures to a new card/device from your computer to use in the camera. [The company SanDisk makes an external device which plugs into your computer's USB port and has slots for four different m…emory type cards. IOGEAR also makes an ultra portable USB 2.0 pocket card reader/writer, which can be used for SD & MMC type cards - handy for travel as it does not take up much room or space. Handy in order to transfer copies of photos to laptop or netbook while traveling.] (MORE)
You can transfer them from a computer to the camera's digital media (whatever kind of card it uses) but the pictures will not have the same information as photos taken by the camera.
Either plug your camera into a USB/Firewire port on your computer using the supplied cable, or remove its memory card and use a memory card reader to access it. You can then either copy the files manually by navigating to the card in your native file browser and copying the files to another folde…r on your computer, or use software such as Picasa (http://picasa.google.com/ ) to organise the photos for you. (MORE)
You can transfer it, with usb cable that came with camera. If it didn't you must buy one.
You are probably uploading them at full size. Re-size them to about 150 x 300 pixels and they ought to look fine. You'll save a lot of camera memory that way, too.Microsoft has a good free image resizer that is easy to use. Google "Microsoft Power Toys Image Resizer".
With the camera or a card reader connected, copy them just as you would copy any other files from place to place on your computer. If this doesn't answer your question leave me a message on my message board
Most Digital cameras come with a USB cable that you can plug from the camera into the computer. 1) Plug the Cord into the camera and computer. 2) Switch the computer and camera on. 3) Unplug and replug the cord. 4) Restart the Camera. 5) A box should pop up, say that you want to copy the photos… to the PC. 6) Follow the onscreen steps. If you have an SD card in the camera, and your computer has an SD card slot, you can put that in the computer instead. (MORE)
some computers cant. it has to have a special slot to put the memory card into and the memory card has to be the right size to fit
It depends on the camera. Digital cameras will have either a Firewire or a USB connector and some have both. If the camera has both, it is likely that either can be used to transfer video to a computer although some older cameras used Firewire for video transfer and USB for still image transfer. It …is always worth checking the camera's manual to find out the functions of the data ports. (MORE)
It is used for connecting the camera to a computer and transferring the images off of it when the computer does not have an SD card slot, or if the camera is using internal storage.
Depending on your computer, you can either use a USB cord, which comes with most digital cameras, or your memory card.
USB A USB cable lets you connect your digital camera to your computer. Almost all digital cameras come with a USB cable. Just plug one end into the camera and the other into the computer. Once you've plugged the cable into the computer, software already installed on your computer may assist you… with getting the photos off your camera. If you plug your camera into your computer and nothing happens, don't worry. Your computer can read your camera as if it's another drive on your computer. Memory Card Some newer computers come with a slot for memory cards or a cable with a reader. You simply insert your digital camera's memory card into the computer or reader and your computer will recognize the card and ask where you'd like to save your photos. We recommend placing them in a folder in the My Pictures folder so you can find them easily. Docking Station Your camera may come with a docking station, or a station can be purchased if your camera is compatible. The docking station is plugged into your computer and situated on your desk to make connecting your camera to your computer a little easier. Finding Your Camera On the Computer If you're using Windows: 1.Go to My Computer and you should see your camera listed. 2.Double-click on the icon. 3.Go to Edit then to Select All. This will select all the photos on your camera. 4.Go to Edit then to Copy to Folder. 5.Choose a folder to place these in. We recommend putting it into the My Pictures folder so you can find them easily. If you're using a Mac: 1.An icon of your camera should appear on your desktop. 2.Double-click on the camera icon. 3.Highlight the contents of the folder and drag them into the folder where you'd like to save your photos. Sadly if you have one of the older cameras that use film you can't place the pictures on the computer. The only way is to print them at a store then using a scanner to make the picture digital. (MORE)
You can get a cable for your camera which would connect to a computer USB port.
A "camera card" (SD card, CompactFlash card, XD card, etc.) is recognized by Mac OS X as a removable drive, just like a hard drive or USB flash drive. In order to transfer photos to a connected camera card, you just need to drag the desired photos onto the card in the Finder. If the photos are… in iPhoto, select the photos and export them to the desktop, then drag them to the camera card. Alternatively, you could save a step and export them directly to the camera card. (MORE)
This is a weird action. Normally you transfer from the digital camera into a computer. If you want to move your pictures that you have in your computer, I advise you to move them to a pendriver, and not to the camera. The camera is not a storage device, this is a function for a CD, a diskette, a MP4…, or the best of all, a pendriver, 4 GB. To transfer the photos stored in your computer to a pendrive, insert it into the USB gate, open the folder in which the photos were saved, select all the photos, click on move to a folder, select the name of your pendrive and move directly to it. (MORE)
Depends on if the camera is built to allow that or not. If it is, just plug it in. If it isn't, it won't work.
Not all cameras allows that. If the camera doesallow it, just plug it in and it'll charge.
Use iPhoto, or Aperture. There is an option which would allow you to delete the photos on the camera after import.
Either you hook it up to a computer, or you remove the memory card from the camera and connect it to a card reader that's hooked to the computer. To add to this you may not have a computer so take the card to a photo shop or such and you can download the pictures there. Some printers have a card slo…t you can put the card to, and print the photos this way. Hope this will help. (MORE)
Your camera may have come with a USB cable which will connect into a USB 2.0 port (where you'd put a memory stick) in your computer, and also have a port which can fit to your camera. If you don't have one visit your nearest camera shop and they may be able to provide you with a correctly-fitting on…e. If your photos are on a memory card you can use a card reader which also plugs into your computer similarly to the USB camera cable, if you don't already have a cable. And if you don't have a memory card, camera cable and your photos are on the camera's internal memory, try option 1 or buy a memory card and transfer the photos onto the card, then use a reader. ! (MORE)
plug the camara in with the USB cord or us a smart chip from the camara and plug that into the computer.
all you do is get a usb cable and then plug your camera in to it then plug the other end in the pc. Then wait until it is done downloading make sure your camera was and is on then you just go to the picture then cut and paste in to email
Most cameras have a USB lead (cable) supplied that plugs into the USB sockets (the same as for plugging in webcams). You need to: . Plug the lead into your computer . If you are using Windows (don't have a Mac so don't know about them) go to Start or the Windows icon-> My Computer . The camera s…hould appear in the list in the My Computer dialog. If you have the Start Menu set to show subsidary items as a pop-out then the camera should appear in the list. (MORE)
Most cameras come with software and cables to affect this transfer. My Canon has Canon software and my Kodak Ply sport has Kodak software. Once the cable is connected from the camera to the computer you can also transfer or copy files direct to your computer. In addition, most cameras will have a me…mory card that can be removed form the camera and inserted into the appropriate slot on the computer and be read directly. (MORE)
Get the wire and plug it all in plug. The plug should be looking like a USB and should go in the USB.
How do you download a USB camera with out the disc and is there a program on the computer that I can use?
go to the manufactures website and look under drivers or software, If not try using Imovie.
by saying only a usb cord i assume you have no prgram installed on your computer. well you are wrong when u connect your camera, a menu will come up and click on your choice ;)
Connect the camera to a computer with a USB cable or take the memory card out of the camera and load it into a car reader of a computer.
How do i get my pictures from my sony digital camera to my computer I have a usb cable and it is connected to the computer but I don't have the software that came with the camera?
Go on-line to the company that made the camera and download the software from them. You will need the exact model name and number of the camera to identify which download you need.
Yes, it is fairly easy, all new cameras now a days come with a USB cable that allows you to connect the camera to the computer. There should be an icon either on the desktop or the computer that should allow you to look at the photos or videos that are stored in the camera.
You use the USB cable that came with your camera and plug it into the computer. Turn on the camera and the computer will install the program for the camera and you can view your photos. You can also take the memory card out of your camera, put it in a reader or USB port on the computer and the compu…ter will read the card. When your pictures come up title them, and then save them to a folder. (MORE)
It depends on the video camera. It's usually USB, but it could be FireWire, Thunderbolt, a port on the Graphics Card or Sound Card, or somewhere else on the I/O port. Hope this helps! SeanHolshouser
you can put your camera's SD card in the laptop and go to 'start' and then to 'computer', and wait for your sd card to show and find your photos, and save them to your computer by sending them to your computer's pictures perhaps.
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you could use the charger you use t plug it up to your computer, and it will transfer. You have to click "computer" first, then you click on what your device is called. Like the name of that folder. And you'll see it there (or should ._. ) ( : hope this helps
there should be a usb for it. plug the usb in to the computer and the other side of the cable should plug into the device
There are several ways depending on the type of digital photo frame you have: . Memory card: digital photo frames have slots for the memory card from your camera (most support a large variety of cards). You simply have to plug in your memory card from your camera . Internal memory: some frames m…ay come with their own internal storage/memory where you can save your pictures. Transferring images to the frames internal storage may be done using (1) a USB connection to the a computer, (2) using Bluetooth (3) Wi-fi or (4) by copying directly from an inserted memory card, again depending on the type of frame you have (MORE)
Not directly on the camera itself (as it has no printer), but byputting the files containing the photos on a computer with aprinter and telling the computer to print them you can. Also many stores have equipment that can read the files containingthe photos and print them for you (for a fee).
Absolutely.... All you need is a suitable printer. Many digitalcameras can be connected directly to a dedicated printer, orconnected to a computer. Dedicated printers - will allow you toprint directly from the camera. Connecting to a computer lets youstore the pictures indefinitely. If you transfer …the pictures to acomputer, you have more scope in editing the pictures for bestresults. Printing can be done onto plain paper, or photo-quality(glossy) paper. (MORE)