How to transfer videos from phone to computer?

Discussion in 'Audio and Video' started by kinos, Dec 28, 2010.

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  1. nibblit

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    Endearing profile pic!

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    Well, I really don't know what's wrong with it, as am not an expert user. I'll get it checked with my friend and will get back to you if it gets fixed. Or I'll ask the problem from my friend and will let you know.
     
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    Ok, eager to help, let me know if you have more questions
     
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    I just had an idea but I'm not sure if it's possible? I do have a Micro SD memory card for my phone with an adapter. Is there a way to transfer the videos from my phones memory to my memory card? That way I could take out my memory card, stick it into the adapter, and plug it into my computer.

    Also, is there a way to change settings on the camera so that my videos/pictures will automatically save to my memory card and not the phone itself?

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    Certainly, you should check your default camera settings if it does not already save to card definitely change it so it does. You should be able to plug in your mini usb cord to your computer and phone and make the transfer that way.

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    I've tried it by plugging in the USB chord that came with the phone. When I click 'Mass Storage ' nothing pops up. All I want is for my videos to be transferred to my computer. :)

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    You'll have to use a windows explorer type app to move the files from your internal phone storage to your internal sd card, something like astro, just navigate one directory above where it defaults to and you'll find the phone storage folders
     
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    OK, I mounted my phone and cannot find any video files. On my Dinc
    the vids are saved in the devices internal memory, not on the sd card.

    Can someone explain how to get internally saved videos from the Droid to my PC??
    I see a DCIM file but as far as I can tell videos are not in this file.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    I used astro and it worked perfectly. Thanks!!

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    Looking for some help. Using the info above I can find the videos I am looking for on my Droid (great description!). However when I go to view the video its just purple, still able to hear sound though. I also downloaded V cast media and it did the same thing, just a purple screen. I can view the video on the Droid itself just fine. What am I doing wrong? I am using Quicktime v7.6.9. Appreciate any info. Thanks!
     
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    I'm sorry, but I don't think I can be of much help. I'm running an iMac with the QuickTime Player version 10.0. I don't have the the OS X version Quicktime Pro 7.6.x, let alone the Windows version.

    If you want to post a shared link to a sample movie I'll be happy to look at it and let you know what I find out. I do have a Window 7 netbook gathering dust, so I could take a peak at it there as well as on my main computer.
     
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    How to Play transferred video on PC

    I was able to email my 47 second video from my Droid to my PC, but QuickTime v7.6.9, RealPlayer and FinalMediaPlayer will not play it. QT says Error 2048 and it does not recognize the file. I have made sure 3gpp is one of QTs files to play in preferences, still no luck. PC is Windows Vista. Any help please?
     
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