Friday, November 13, 2009

Problem solved.

Camera->Computer->Monitor. Seems fairly simple, right?

I knew that Nikon software needed to be installed on the computer but the new program messed with my editing software. Tried connecting various ways then gave up and uninstalled Nikon software. Tried new HDMI cords directly from camera to monitor. Nope. Gotta have the computer to navigate the image to the monitor. Reinstalled only part of the software and just like magic, it worked!

There really is a reason for this madness but I won't bore you with it.

My brain hurts.



Mrs. Dub said...


bleason said...

I am envious of your computer skills. My next project is to learn to use my phone as a camera and then download to my computer. Sounds easy, but beyond statistics and word processing, my computer skills are weak.


The Numismatist said...

bleason, I have a long way to go. The more I learn, especially with image editing, the more I realize I don't know.

About using that camera phone, are you sure you want to do that? Most phone cameras are of such resolution that they are only suitable for computer viewing, not printing. It totally depends on what your intended outcome is. I have a camera on my phone but have only used it a handful of times.

Statistics??? Scary. I do fine with numbers until they throw letters in with them. Who thought of that, anyway?

athena said...

Numbers and letters together is a beautiful bond between Eris' world and mine.