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How to transfer back AVI files to camera

 
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Aug 25, 2006 06:41 |  #1

Hi

Camera : PowerShot A530

Is there any way to upload AVI files to the camera?

I had transferred some of the video clippings from my camera to the PC (using the bundled EOS utility) and deleted them from the SD card , for lack of space.

Now , I have a bigger capacity SD card, and would like to put the files back to the camera ( basically to view them on the TV, via the Video-out)

Have checked the upload utility, but it seems like, I can upload only jpeg files.

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Joey




  
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Aug 25, 2006 07:21 |  #2

Best approach for file transfer, either way, is via a card reader. If you copy the AVI files back, you'll also need to copy the thumbnails.


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Aug 25, 2006 08:54 |  #3

Thx for the reply. Will have to grab a card reader. Is it also possible to
upload other AVi files( whose source is not from the Canon) . Basically create the thumb nail files and put them back on the camera, along with the AVi file.

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Aug 25, 2006 09:06 |  #4

No, it isn't.


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