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Given:

 

*1 digital Camera

*1 laptop with no cd burner

*1 PC

 

ok...i'm taking the digi on the islands...i'll also be having a laptop to load the flicks on...how the fuck can i transfer the flicks from the laptop to the PC when i get back?

 

 

 

.the winner wins nudity beach spy flicks.

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no..this kid is fucked...he said the files at 1mb per picture...because he doesn't want to fuck around with resolution.

 

the kid is a juice panther.

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Guest imported_Tesseract

kid wants to zoom on stuff...resolution is not to be compromised..espeacially when its the reason you payed all that money.

 

we're talking about 1GB tranfer the less...and a 56k connection

 

i must connect the two computers via cable

 

ideas

 

 

ps.makros wins anyway

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destroy your computer.

dont bring your camera.

 

hold the memories in your head.

better choice.

 

 

computers are satin anyways.

 

or ask matrox 66420

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when you get back, copy them back onto the camera, plug the camera into the mac. might take a bunch of times to get them all transferred over, but it's the simplest way. if the mac is running os x, it'll auto mount the camera with no additional software or configuration.

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networking the 2 conputers together would be the most energy efficient solution. The second best would be loading the pictures from the laptop back onto the digital camera and then transfering them to the pc.

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Originally posted by Tesseract

Given:

 

*1 digital Camera

*1 laptop with no cd burner

*1 PC

 

ok...i'm taking the digi on the islands...i'll also be having a laptop to load the flicks on...how the fuck can i transfer the flicks from the laptop to the PC when i get back?

 

 

 

.the winner wins nudity beach spy flicks.

 

put them back on the camera...when you get home.

 

the cameras memory stick can be used lick any other kind of storage device.

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just network the computers with a cat5 crossover wire (make sure its not straight-through, or else it won't work unless you're using a hub/switch/router/bridge/repeater)...wait, are they both macs? if so, just transfer it over firewire at blazing speeders. its really not that difficult if you're just transfering a gig. and don't use one of those keychain dealers, you'd have to buy a huge one, and it would take a long time. networking is cheaper, faster, and easier. trust me, i'm almost cisco certified.

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Originally posted by Scott LaJock

those things are total garbage

 

I agree, i don't know why you would spend like $100+ on one of those retard-o-gadgets when you could buy a portable hard drive that is LITERALLY 320 times the size for the same price. The only use for one is if you bought a 16mb one for like 30 or 40 and used it like a large floppy disc, but that would still be dumb.

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Originally posted by Misteraven

when you get back, copy them back onto the camera, plug the camera into the mac. might take a bunch of times to get them all transferred over, but it's the simplest way. if the mac is running os x, it'll auto mount the camera with no additional software or configuration.

 

Word, thats the easiest and cleverest indeed...128Mb's at the time..wont be so torturing. Thanx.

 

you and makros will recieve the cool cuts.

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