Panasonic is an electronics manufacturer that produces a wide range of devices, including digital cameras. One feature of a digital camera is the ability to connect to a computer and transfer photographs to the computer's hard drive. This will help to preserve them for future use and eliminates the potential for damage that exists with film based images. You can connect the camera to a computer via a USB cable.
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Connect the small end of the USB cord to the corresponding port on your camera.
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Connect the other end of the USB cable to an open USB port on your computer.
Press the power button on your camera to turn it on. If prompted, select 'USB' or 'Computer' mode on your camera.
Click the 'Start' button in the lower left corner of your computer screen.
Select the 'Computer' option in the right hand column of the 'Start' menu.
Double click the icon for your camera. It may be labeled as 'Panasonic camera,' or it may be labeled as 'Removable disk'. The exact wording will depend on your computer system and your camera.
Locate the picture files that you wish to download from the camera, then select them by holding down the 'Ctrl' button as you click on each file.
Right click on a selected file and choose the 'Copy' option.
Navigate to the location on your computer where you would like to save the pictures.
Right click inside the folder, then select the 'Paste' option.
The Apple iLife software suite, which comes installed on all new Mac computers, includes a video editing program called iMovie. This program supports most Panasonic videocameras, including ones that record to internal memory and those that use traditional tapes. Import your camera's business-related video content onto your computer by connecting the camera to your Mac and using the Import feature in iMovie.1.
Connect your Panasonic videocamera to your Mac using the USB or FireWire cable that came with the camera.2.
Launch the iMovie application, then turn on the videocamera and set it to 'Import' or 'PC Connect' mode.3.
Choose an HD video option in the dialog box that appears, and then click 'OK' to launch the Import window. If this window doesn't appear automatically, go to the 'File' menu and choose 'Import from Camera.'4.
Move the 'Automatic/Manual' switch to the 'Automatic' setting if you want to import all of the camera's video clips, then click 'Import All.' Alternatively, move to switch to the 'Manual' setting if you want to import only certain clips, then deselect the ones you don’t want to import and click 'Import Checked.'5.
Use the Save To popup menu that appears to navigate to the location where you want to store the video files, then click 'OK.'
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