How To Import Videos From My SONY DSC-H20 Camera To My System ?
Jun 13, 2010
I'm setting out on a 3 month bike trip as a fundraiser (www.bikeformima.org) and wanted to be able to update my website with images and video "from the trail". So I bought the ipad because it's light, 10 hr. battery and I'm a MAC guy. But alas...images import to the photos app. but videos won't.Should I be importing them to ipad via another application or will it be "images only" for my website viewers?!
I'm having trouble having video imported via the camera connection kit. All of the photos are in a DCIM folder and they import just fine via the SD reader. The videos are stored in a different folder at the same level as the DCIM folder but the iPad does not recognize the video folder. The Sony W350 is recording video at 720p.
I did a test where I copied a video to the DCIM folder and the iPad then found and imported it although I could not play it. The file format is *.mp4.
Is there a way to get the iPad to import from a folder other than the DCIM folder or a way to have my Sony w350 save video to the DCIM folder? Is there an app that will do this?
Information: 20" iMac with Core 2 Duo, 13" MacBook Pro, iPad Mac OS X (10.6.5)
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