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[. . . ] 1 Contents Browser Software for COOLPIX Digital Cameras Nikon View Ver. 3 for Macintosh Overview Setting Up the Camera Drive Working with Image Files Nikon View Browser Reference Manual Nikon View Reference Click to go Overview · thumbnails viewed in Nikon View Browser can be copied to disk or opened in other applications using drag-and-drop Welcome to Nikon View Ver. 3 for Macintosh (below, "Nikon operations View"), browser software for the COOLPIX 990/950/800/700/ 900 series (below, "[COOLPIX digital] camera(s)"). Nikon View · image files in the camera's memory card can be handled allows you to connect your camera to a Macintosh for quick using standard Mac OS file operations retrieval and browsing of the image files stored in your camera's · photographs can be opened in any application that supports memory card. Once Nikon View is installed on your Macintosh, JPEG or TIFF for retouching or to be saved in another forthe camera can be used like any other drive, allowing free acmat, allowing you to use photographs as desktop pictures cess to image files in the camera's memory card via standard or distribute them with electronic mail Mac OS file operations. Nikon View Browser is also provided, making it possible to display the contents of the camera's · movie files can be played in any application that supports memory card as thumbnail images. [. . . ] If you selected the default, Nikon View Browser, it will start, and you can view photographs at full resolution. If you chose another application, that application will start, and open the photographs. If the specified application is not installed when you attempt to open an image file, a dialog will appear prompting you to choose the application to be used. To view photographs, the application must support JPEG and/or TIFF formats. If you double-click ". MOV" format files, the host application is QuickTime Player regardless of Nikon View Control settings. Opening selected image files using drag-and-drop You can open selected image files in any application that supports the file formats used by the camera by dragging their thumbnails over the application's icon or alias and releasing the mouse button. Opening image files from the application's Open dialog Image files in the camera can be opened from any application that supports the file formats used by the camera by choosing Open. . . In the Open dialog, navigate to the Desktop, select the camera drive, and click the Open button. The folders in the camera's memory card are displayed; choose the one you want and click the Open button. If the application's Open dialog supports preview display, a preview of the image file currently selected will appear in the dialog box. 22 Working with Image Files: Opening Image Files in Another Application The application will start and the selected image files will be opened in windows within the host application. Select the image file you wish to open and click the Open button to open the image file in the host application. Previews are only displayed in the Open dialog box if the Create Thumbnails item in the Nikon View Control window was checked when the camera was mounted. Nikon View Browser Nikon View Browser is an application that allows you to browse the image files in the camera's memory card as thumbnail previews. It also incorporates many Finder functions, making it easy to copy or open image files while previewing them. This chapter describes how to browse image files using Nikon View Browser, how to display image files in the browser's built-in viewer, how to copy image files to disk, and how to open image files for editing in other applications. 23 Nikon View Browser Browsing Image Files From Your Camera Browsing Image Files From a Card Reader Browsing Image Files on Disk Selecting Image Files Viewing Photographs with the Built-in Viewer Playing Movies Deleting Image Files Printing Photographs Changing the Appearance of Thumbnails Viewing Image File Information Copying Image Files to Disk Opening Image Files in Another Application Click to go Browsing Image Files From Your Camera To start Nikon View Browser and view thumbnail previews of the image files in the camera's memory card, double-click the Browse Thumbnails icon in the camera window. The browser windows for all folders in the camera memory card will open and the image files will appear as thumbnails. 24 Nikon View Browser: Browsing Image Files From Your Camera From the browser window, still images can be viewed at full resolution, printed, copied or deleted. These operations are detailed in the sections that follow. The Browse Thumbnails icon is only visible if the Create Thumbnails item in the Nikon View Control window was checked when the camera was mounted. You can select image files using the tab key or the arrow keys. Another way of starting Nikon View Browser The camera window opens, and folders saved in the camera's Follow these steps to start Nikon View Browser and view memory card are displayed. thumbnail previews of the image files in the camera's memory card. 25 Nikon View Browser: Browsing Image Files From Your Camera 1 Drag the camera icon over the Nikon View Browser icon and release the mouse button. 2 Double-click the folder icon that you want to browse. Nikon View Browser will start, and the browser window will show thumbnail previews of the image files in the selected folder. Nikon View Browser can also be started by double-clicking the Nikon View Browser icon. A dialog will appear prompting you to select a folder to browse. Navigate to the desired folder and click Select. Nikon View Browser may be found in the path (Installation Disk) > (Installation Folder) > Nikon Software > Nikon View > Nikon View Browser. Browsing Image Files From a Card Reader 2 Drag the DCIM folder icon over the NikonView Browser If your computer has a Type II PCMCIA card drive, you can read compact flash-memory cards using a flash-memory card adapter (available separately from Nikon), or by using a compact flash memory card reader. If a card containing image files captured with a COOLPIX digital camera is inserted in either device, you can browse its contents with Nikon View. After inserting the card in a card slot or card reader, follow these steps to browse image files stored on a compact flashmemory card. 26 icon and release the mouse button. (Folder names on the flash-memory card vary depending on which model COOLPIX digital camera you are using. ) Nikon View Browser: Browsing Image Files From a Card Reader 1 Double-click the drive icon on the desktop (Mount Camera PC-Cards using Nikon View check box not selected). The folders on the card are displayed. The drive window will open on the desktop. If a compact flash-memory card reader or card drive is mounted as the Nikon Digital Camera drive (by selecting the Nikon View Control window Mount Camera PC-Cards using Nikon View check box when mounting the camera), you can use the same operations as when browsing the camera's memory card. See the preceding section, "Browsing Image Files From Your Camera. " Nikon View Browser may be found in the path (Installation Disk) > (Installation Folder) > Nikon Software > Nikon View > Nikon View Browser. 3 Double-click the folder icon that you want to browse. Another way of starting Nikon View Browser The browser window will open, showing thumbnail previews You can also start Nikon View Browser by double-clicking the of the image files in the selected folder. Nikon View Browser icon. 27 Nikon View Browser: Browsing Image Files From a Card Reader A dialog will appear prompting you to select a folder to browse. Navigate to the desired folder and click Select. If you copy the Browse Thumbnails icon from the camera folder to a folder containing image files, you can start Nikon View Browser by doubleclicking the copy of the Browse Thumbnails icon. Browsing Image Files on Disk Nikon View Browser can also be used to browse JPEG, TIFF or QuickTime image files on disk. Select the folder containing the image files you wish to browse, drag it over the Nikon View Browser icon and release the mouse button. The browser window will open, showing thumbnail previews of the image files in the selected folder. 28 Nikon View Browser: Browsing Image Files on Disk You can rename image files while browsing the PC card or the hard disk. Nikon View Browser may be found in the path (Installation Disk) > (Installation Folder) > Nikon Software > Nikon View > Nikon View Browser. You can select image files using the tab key or the arrow keys. Another way of starting Nikon View Browser Selecting Image Files Nikon View Browser can also be started by double-clicking the Thumbnail images displayed in the browser window can be Nikon View Browser icon. [. . . ] Note however that as the camera functions as a "read-only" disk, this command is not available in the camera window. Open ( O) Opens selected image files in the built-in viewer or in a host application, depending on the settings chosen in the Preferences dialog box. About Nikon View Browser. . . Click anywhere within the About dialog box to clear it from the screen. Print ( P) Selected still image files will be opened in the host application, and the application's Print dialog will be opened, allowing you to determine printer settings and print the image. If this command is used for image files in the camera's memory card, an alert dialog will be displayed. [. . . ]

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