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Videos von SD-Karte auf PC Festplatte verschieben (Backup)

Videos of SD card to move to PC hard drive (backup)



Frage von dommoe:
April 2011

I have the Panasonic HDC-SD99 Camera and take on a 16GB SDHC card on. When is full I put the card in my PC and move the videos with the Windows Explorer to the hard drive of my computer, the card is again empty.
I put the card can then add to the Camera and new videos. If I would like to see the videos with the camera, are in the index but all the old videos still exist. Not directly available only as thumbnails with white! Characters and it is the error message "rep. Some scenes needed. The scenes play one title. (Not repairable scenes are deleted)."

I seem to do anything that is not what Panasonic has the thought. But I have found no "Move" function, is synonymous in the Instructions nothing. Just that you can copy the videos to your PC, then they are still present on the SD card.

I need to purchase a new SD Card now always when the old one is full?



Antwort von gekkonier:

Likely you are to the subfolder on the SD card inside and pull of there right down the streams? (Without going to know exactly how to make the Panas). If so you've got still the metadata on a map and thinking throughout the other folders in the camera and there are still synonymous streams.

Format the card but just in the camera - that should go somewhere in the menu, then all the other junk synonymous should have down.



Antwort von dommoe:

yes with formatting you go. But so can not be that one whenever you pulls down a video of the SD card, the card format has. I mean, I'm certainly not the first person who comes up with the idea of the video to move the card to the PC?








Antwort von HolgerH_2:

"Dommo" wrote:
yes with formatting you go. But so can not be that one whenever you pulls down a video of the SD card, the card format has. I mean, I'm certainly not the first person who comes up with the idea of the video to move the card to the PC?

No, are you not.
You just have to delete after scanning the card reader by PC + synonymous the aforementioned rest folder. Then it should work synonymous with no formatting.

Greetings,
Holger



Antwort von dommoe:

Thanks Holger, it works if I delete the stream folder.
This probably means that you can not just pull down a single video without having the whole index system is messed up?




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