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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SSTTEEVVEE, Aug 5, 2016.

  1. SSTTEEVVEE

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    Am I right in understanding this.

    I can unplug the sd card and put it in my laptop to open, crop and print the still shots in another program ?

    I can drag and drop the clips from the card to a desktop file?

    Will my laptop (windows 10) recognize the USB cable coming directly from the P3advanced as a storage device as it would a phone or external hard drive,so I need not take out the sd card. If so will the clips and photos be able to be dragged into a desktop file, or do they need manipulating in the dji go program then transferring to the pc file.
    Or
    Am I only able to view and share through Dji go.
    Thanks
     
  2. 28wins

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    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

    You are not restricted to using the DJI Go.
     
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  3. Meta4

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    The normal way to get your images is to pull the SD card, put it in a card reader and copy direct to your computer.
    Using the cable is much slower and quite inconvenient.
     
  4. SSTTEEVVEE

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    Thanks
    Thanks
    Thanks

    Ok
     
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