macBeemer's posts reminded me of a problem I have. I took about 60 shots on my Canon G2 and went to Import into iPhoto... some transfer - some don't ... it says it can't read some. I tried on several computers but they won't load... and They are still there .... if I click on "Device- Canon G2 "- I can see them.<br><br>Is there another way to get them off ??<br><br>David (OFI)
Copy them from the Canon to the computer then drag them into iPhoto maybe.<br><br>Maybe the card is corrupt. Do you ever format the card in the camera, or just delete photos after transfer?<br><br>------> JD's Trivia game<br><br>------> MCF-MM Trivia game
Can you mount the card/camera on the desktop and just drag/drop them?<br><br>I have had that problem of Aperture not being able to import files, but when I drag/drop them from the CF card, it works.<br><br>my photos
How do you mount the camera from the desktop ? I mean I see it in iPhoto, but I never looked at the desktop to see if it popped up there. I tried dragging from the camera in iPhoto to the desktop and nothing happened. <br> Funny thing is it downloaded 50-60% of my photos, but it wouldn't take all of them.<br><br>David (OFI)<br><br>Card may be getting old, it's been in there 2-3 years !
Ah, so you don't have a card reader? <br><br>Try Image Capture like someone else suggested. Another thing is look in System Prefs...can't recall right now since I'm at work on a PC. But there may be an option there, perhaps in the CD/DVD section, about what to do when one is plugged in.<br><br>If Image Capture doesn't do it, and nothing is in Sys Prefs, then go out and get a card reader.<br><br>my photos
Ah ha... I may have one... I've always just hooked the camera up...<br><br>but IF I have a reader, I plug that in teh USB and just drag and drop ??<br><br>wow that might be an easy solution.<br><br>David (OFI)
Using Disk Utility you can verify/repair the disk.<br><br>and<br><br>Make a new folder [not on the desktop] and drag all the pictures from the mounted camera drive [ you can see it in the Finder ] to the folder. Try importing them to iPhoto from the folder.<br><br><br><br>
#351876 - 03/19/0801:28 AMRe: iPhoto- Camera problem
When your camera is connected by USB, you should see something on the desktop that you should be able to open. Drag the photos into a folder or onto the desktop and then import them from within iPhoto? <br><br>Edit: oops, Ethel beat me to the punch! <br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by dreed2 on 03/18/08 09:29 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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