Any APPLE MACBOOK users out there???
Can anyone explain to us HOW to transfer our videos taken on our DROID to our Apple MacBook???
We don't mean to be rude, but frankly, although polite, VZ customer/technical support personnel were clueless and kinda felt sorry for them for lack of proper training.
Our research on Google revealed on the Motorola site that DROIDs and APPLE MACBOOKs are compatible.
We were able to download pictures...from the DROID to the MACBOOK, but not videos. We reformatted the SDisk and still no success.
BOTTOMLINE: Can videos taken on a DROID be transferred to an APPLE MACBOOK?
I use macs at work. Just a thought but have you tried to email the videos to yourself???
No sure if that is a solution or not but it was my 2 cents worth.
I use a Macbook Pro and just drag and drop them from the sdcard to the Mac. What video player are you using? Maybe it doesn't support the Droid's video format? Try vlc player.
Emailing the vids worked just fine.
"I use a Macbook Pro and just drag and drop them from the sdcard to the Mac. What video player are you using? Maybe it doesn't support the Droid's video format? Try vlc player."
Haven't a clue how to drag and drop em...pls tell me how ok?
Video Player? I just use IPHOTO with the MacBook.
Sailing Media Sync will allow you to do this with minimal effort.
You have to mount your Droid to your Mac first using a USB connector. Then use the pull down window on the Droid and tell it to mount. Once it does go into your SD card and drag the videos on to your Mac.
It would be a good idea to get a program called Astro so you can have a file for your videos on your phone.
Don't know what drag and drop is and you feel sorry for them???
Originally Posted by vatothe0
OK, clearly I'm lost. Did my post cause all the "eek" icons?
I was just trying to help someone out.:confused: