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onetenor06/02/2019 00:28:35
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I need to know how to upload pics on a camera chip. Then recover and post them on a website. Anyone advise please.

Denis Watkins06/02/2019 07:17:17
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Can the Chip be mounted and read in the computer you re using on here?

Then go to the top red line on here and click on Albums

In there, open a folder and type in a name for it

Open that empty folder

From there, it will give you the option to Browse

Browse the list until you see your Chip in the list and click on it

Select the photo names on the list that you want available to post on this site

Muddle through this and come back if it makes no sense

Piers Bowlan06/02/2019 08:36:20
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Onetenor, there is a thread here to help you to create an album of your photos and how to post them on this forum, if that is what you want to do?

As far as down loading photos from your camera, it would help if you told us what make and model of camera you have so that we can help. Cameras usually have a socket (sometimes hidden behind a little door) where you can plug in a cable (often a mini USB) into the camera with another USB plug on the other end of the cable to attach to your computer.

If your computer is a Mac I can then tell you what to do to upload them but if it is a PC I can't help you (I have used Macs for the last 30 years!).

Good luck.

Edited By Piers Bowlan on 06/02/2019 08:37:50

Andy G.06/02/2019 08:42:08
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215 photos

You will probably find that the images from the camera are far too big to upload to the album's here. So........

Connect camera to your PC with your USB lead, or place the camera memory card into a card reader connected to your pc. Open Explorer, search for the camera, it will probably show up as drive D .. Open that folder, check content. Open a second Explorer window, create and open a folder there. Get both Windows in view, select the camera folder in the first window, then right click on it and drag it into the second window. Choose ...Copy here.. from the pop up box and all the files will be copied to the new folder leaving the originals on the camera memory card.....

Piers Bowlan06/02/2019 08:52:04
2168 forum posts
53 photos

I got lost after you said PC wink 2. Alternatively, just get a Mac and let it do it all for you! devil

Now retiring to the bunker.....


Edited By Piers Bowlan on 06/02/2019 09:01:31

Ultymate06/02/2019 11:03:54
1703 forum posts
62 photos

Mac's are for going out in the rain  try the bus shelter


Edited By Ultymate on 06/02/2019 11:04:30

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