Most digital camera models support video shooting.
However, its viewing on the camera itself is not so convenient, so it's more logical to turn off the video from the device to the hard disk of the computer.
Connect the camera to the computer usingUsb-cord. To do this, plug one end of the cord into the device itself, and the other end into the usb-connector of the computer's system unit. Press the power button on the camera.
Using Explorer, open the folder containing the content Camera. To do this, go to My Computer and click on the icon Camera (Sometimes the OS recognizes the camera as a removabledisk). Find the necessary video files, select them with the left mouse button, while holding down the Ctrl key on the keyboard, then right click and select "Copy" from the list. Open the folder that you want to save the video to. Camera, Right-click and select "Paste." Wait for all the files to be copied.
In addition, the video can be discarded using oneFrom file managers. Launch the corresponding application, then in one of its panels open the folder with the video in the camera, and in the other - the computer directory to save the video. Select the files that you want to copy to the hard disk, and click the "Copy" button or the hotkey (usually F5) to start the process.
If the video in the camera is on the mapYou can use the following method. Turn off the camera, open the side cover and remove the memory card. To do this, just press on it a little, then release it.
Insert the memory card into the computer's card reader. It can be either built-in or plug-in using a usb-cord. After the system detects the connection of a new removable device, open the folder containing the contents of the memory card. Find the necessary video files, select them and copy them to the hard disk of your computer.
After the copying process is finished, click on the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon in the system tray and select a memory card. Remove it from the computer and reinsert it into the camera.