How do you transfer photos from camera to flash drive?
The easiest way is to put the pictures on a computer and then insert the flash drive and put on what pictures you want.
Sync with Mac, photos are uploaded to iPhoto. Export photos to flash drive.
The same way you transfer any other file to a USB Flash drive.
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… Read More
Question: Can you transfer photos from a flash drive to an iPad? Answer: No, the iPad only had two ports, one is for ear buds and the other is for the charger and docking equipment.
You hook up your digital camera to the computer using a USB cable. You save the pictures on your camera to the computer. Then you unplug the digital camera and plug in your flash drive. You then save the pictures to the flash drive.
Email them, Burn then to CD, or copy them to a Flash Drive.
yes you can here's how: turn on your iphone and go to all of your saved photos plug your iphone into your computer and and download them onto it then you have to save it in any file transfer the photos from your computer to a hard drive or flash drive plug your hard drive or flash drive into your ipad there will be a file that says what you saved your photos as on… Read More
The number of high resolution photos a flash drive can hold depends on two things: The size of a high resolution photo - these can vary depending on camera and setting The size of the flash drive, which can range from 1 GB to 32 GB or more
How can you transfer photos from your computer to a compact flash card if you do have a card reader?
With the proper cable, connect the camera, with the CF card installed, to the computer where the photos are located. Then, open up the CF card drive on the computer and create a new folder on the CF card, which will be used to store the photos that are about to be transferred. Copy and paste the photos from the computer into the new folder.
Is there a way to transfer apps photos etc from your iPad to a real flash drive connected to your home computer?
No. You can back up your apps, and transfer your photos with iTunes with a USB connection. Apps can only be used on your iPad.
Just like you would on a Windows PC. Insert a CD, DVD, or Flash Drive containing photos. Or plug your camera into the iMac with a USB cable.
The flash memory is what holds the photos. A digital camera does not use film and has to have some other place to store the photos. Since the picture is digital, then it needs to be stored on some sort of memory.
Most cameras, yes. Connect the camera but don't use the included software, open windows explorer and look for the camera in "My Computer". You should be able to open the camera as a "removable drive", and copy files to and from the camera the same as you would a USB drive.
If you laptop has a CD drive put the CD in to it and then you would select the photos that you want right click and then click burn to disc. If your laptop doesnt have a CD drive then I suggest that you put it on a flash drive and try it on a computer or laptop that does have a CD drive
To store photos and videos.
You cannot transfer messages onto a flash drive because they are saved onto your account and not your 360.
by just connecting the flash drive into the flash drive circuit........it will work....and you could get music from lime wire....>.
right click and save the photo to your computer then upload it to the flash drive
Yes you can if the flash drive is big enough.
Not without jailbreaking your iPad. You can use the camera connection kit and a flash drive to import videos and photos to any iPad, but you cannot store files on them. If you want to send files to your computer, email them or use an app like Dropbox or Skydrive.
Drag and drop from the Flash Drive in Windows Explorer
Download this program called TouchCopy. It works with iTunes and you can retrieve your photos from it and use your iPhone as an external HD/flash drive. **Only works with iPhone/iPod Touch with camera.
If you have a flash-drive then you can transfer songs from your ps3 to the computer by plugging your flash-drive in the ps3 going to either a flash-drive on the ps3 and clicking it or going to the song and then clicking options. Ones you have the song on your flash-dive plug your flash-dive into the computer and take the song from your flash-drive and put it on your mp3 player though the computer.
Drag the photo from iPhoto into the flash drive's icon on the desktop
the light of the flash, the heat from the batteries and the memory.
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Yes, you are able to put music, games ,and other media on a usb 2.0 flash drive.
Is there a flash drive that will transfer your information on Microsoft Works to your office computer that has Microsoft Word?
Any Flash drive can be used for that purpose. Just plug the Flash drive into your computer, open "My Computer", open the Flash drive, and drag and drop your documents.
Flash drives come in many sizes. So do photos. A small flash drive may not hold even a single large photo, while a large flash drive may hold tens of thousands of small pictures. It all depends on the sizes of both.
Any way 2 transfer photos emails attachments etc from your MSN email account while on your 2nd generation iPad to a real flash drive connected to your home computer?
If you have a Mac and use iPhoto, the transfer is handled for you automatically, and you will not get duplicates.
Yes, you can download songs from a flash drive onto a computer. Plug in the Flash drive and open the flash drive up and another window to where you want the song to be. Just drag the song from the flash drive to the window you want it to be in, and wait for the transfer to take place.
On your camera, in the settings there should be a flash controller, you can go into it and it should say on, off, or auto click off and you should be able to take photos without flash. But then again it depends on the camera. If you are able to turn off the flash on your camera, and you take pictures where the camera would have used the flash, then the camera will select a… Read More
Rip your cds to the hard drive of your computer in an mp3 file format using Express Rip. Then copy them to your flash drive.
I'm not sure that the word "developed" would apply as in the same context as film would ... but you can get the pictures printed off the flash drive ...
Physically carry the flash drive from computer to computer.
USB is a Universal Serial Bus - a standardised socket on a computer into which you can plug many devices such as cameras, mp3 players and flash drives. A flash drive is a stick of memory that can be used to store and transfer information between different computers. It retains the contents of the memory chip even though there is no power. It was called Flash memory because when the memory is wiped it was… Read More
Connect the Flash Drive to your iMac. Open iPhoto and select the photos you want to save to the flash drive. Now click File > Export. Click the File tab on the Export window that comes up. Then click Export and choose JPEG and the size and add a name. Click the flash drive located on left side of the screen under devices. Click OK.
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Can a certain someone store unlimited number of photos to a usb flash drive until the data storage limit is reached?
Yes, it is possible to store unlimited amount of photos to a USB flash drive until the data storage limit is reached.
In order to transfer a movie from a PC to a USB flash drive, you will need to attach the USB drive to your computer. Once you find the movie file on your PC, you will need to select the file and either paste or drag it to the USB drive.
Plug the USB drive into your iMac, then open the file folder to view the files. Also open the folder that has the images you would like to transfer. Click and drag from the computer folder to the USB drive folder. If you'd like to leave a copy on your iMac, just right-click and select copy, then paste it into the USB drive folder.
not just with the bare flash drive. you need to transfer the music on the disc then put it on ur ps2 for it to work
open the photo, right click the photo, file save as, and enter the name of your flash drive (often it is F)
A flash drive would be one easy way. Plug a flash drive into the PS3, copy the music onto it, then remove flash drive and stick into computer. Then all you have to do is drag and drop those files from the flash drive into your iTunes library, which can then be put on your iPod.
Why not? You just click "Download" left and below the photo, and when the popup from your browser come up, choose save to [flash drive, e.g. E:\ ]
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A 1gb card should hold about 650 pictures.
Depends. If you have gigs and gigs of photos [numbering in the millions], then a hard drive might be needed. It's more likely that you don't need THAT much space, and a flash drive would be better, because hard drives have mechanical parts that wear out gradually over time. Flash memory is more protected than a hard drive, though it is slower and more expensive [right now].