User manual NIKON VIEW DX FOR D1 REFERENCE MANUAL MACINTOSH

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[. . . ] Contents Overview Setting up the Camera as a Drive Mounting the Camera Camera Drive Settings Unmounting the Camera Notes on Using the Camera as a Drive Browser Software for Nikon D1 Digital Cameras Working with Images Viewing the Items in the Camera's Memory Copying Images to Disk Deleting Images from the Camera Opening Images in Another Application Nikon View DX for Macintosh Nikon View Browser Browsing Images in Your Camera Browsing Compact Flash-Memory Cards Browsing Images on Disk Selecting images Viewing Images with the Built-in Viewer Deleting Images Printing Images Changing the Appearance of Thumbnails Viewing Image Information Copying Images to Disk Opening Images in Another Application -1- Reference Manual Nikon View Reference The Browser Window Notices Concerning the Manuals Provided with This Product · Reproduction, in whole or in part, of any of the manuals provided with your Nikon product requires prior permission from Nikon. · The information contained in these manuals is subject to change without notice. · While Nikon has made every effort to produce perfect manuals, we appreciate any opportunity for improvement. Should you find any mistakes, we would be grateful if you were to kindly let us know. [. . . ] Choose a suitable application from the dialog box. Working with Images: Opening Images in Another Application - 15 - Opening selected images by drag and drop You can open selected images 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 images from the application's Open dialog Images 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 "Nikon D1" drive, and click the Open button. The folders in the camera's memory are displayed; choose the one containing the desired image and click the Open button. If the application's Open dialog supports preview display, a preview of the image currently selected will appear in the dialog box. The application will start and the selected images will be opened in windows within the application. Select the image you wish to open and click the Open button to open the image in the application. Note: 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. Working with Images: Opening Images in Another Application - 16 - Nikon View Browser Nikon View Browser is a utility that allows you to browse the images in the camera's memory as thumbnail previews. It also incorporates many Finder functions, making it easy to copy or open images while viewing them in preview. This chapter describes how to browse images using Nikon View Browser, how to display images in the browser's built-in viewer, how to copy images to disk, and how to open images for editing in other applications. The browser windows for all folders in the camera's memory will open and the images will appear as thumbnails. Browsing Images in Your Camera To start Nikon View Browser and view thumbnail previews of the images in the camera's memory, double-click the Browse Thumbnails icon in the Nikon D1 window. From the browser window, you can select images to be opened in another application, printed, or copied to disk. You can also use the built-in viewer to view images at full resolution. These operations are detailed in the sections that follow. Note: 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. Nikon View Browser: Browsing Images in Your Camera Tip You can also select images using the tab or arrow keys. - 17 - Another way of starting Nikon View Browser Follow these steps to start Nikon View Browser and view thumbnail previews of the images in the camera's memory: Nikon View Browser will open to the Nikon D1 window, where the folders in the camera's memory will be displayed. 1 Drag the Nikon D1 icon over the Nikon View Browser icon and release the mouse button. Note: Nikon View Browser may be found in the path "(Installation Disk)|(Installation Folder)| NikonSoftware| Nikon View|Nikon View Browser. " 2 Double-click the folder icons that you want to browse. The browser window will show thumbnail previews of the images 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. Highlight the desired folder and click Select. Nikon View Browser: Browsing Images in Your Camera - 18 - Browsing Compact Flash-Memory Cards 2 Drag the "DCIM" folder icon over the Nikon View Browser icon and release the mouse button. If your computer is equipped with a Type II PCMCIA card drive, you can read camera memory cards using a compact flashmemory adapter (available separately from Nikon). If a card containing images recorded by a Nikon D1 or CoolPix digital camera is inserted in either device, its contents can be browsed from the browser window. After inserting the card in a card slot or card reader, follow these steps to browse images on a compact flash-memory card. 1 Double-click the card icon on the desktop. Note: Nikon View Browser may be found in the path "(Installation Disk)| (Installation Folder)|NikonSoftware | Nikon View| Nikon View Browser. " The drive window will open on the desktop. Tip If a compact flash card reader or card drive is mounted as the Nikon D1 camera drive (card drives can be mounted as the Nikon D1 camera when Mount camera PC-cards using Nikon View is selected in the Nikon View Control window when the camera is mounted), you browse the memory card use the same operations as when browsing camera memory. See the preceding section, "Browsing Images in Your Camera. " Nikon View Browser: Browsing Compact Flash-Memory Cards - 19 - The folders on the card are displayed. Another way of starting Nikon View Browser You can also start Nikon View Browser by double-clicking the Nikon View Browser icon. A dialog will appear prompting you to select a folder to browse. Note: If you copy the Browse Thumbnails icon from the Nikon D1 folder to a folder containing images, you can start Nikon View Browser by double-clicking the copy of the Browse Thumbnails icon. 3 Double-click the icon for the folder that you want to browse. The browser window will open, showing thumbnail previews of the images in the selected folder. Nikon View Browser: Browsing Compact Flash-Memory Cards - 20 - Browsing Images on Disk Nikon View Browser can also be used to browse JPEG or TIFF images on disk. Select the folder containing the images 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 images in the selected folder. Note: Nikon View Browser may be found in the path "(Installation Disk)|(Installation Folder)| NikonSoftware|Nikon View| Nikon View Browser. " Tip You can rename images while browsing the compact flash-memory card or the hard disk. Tip You can also select images using the tab or arrow keys. Nikon View Browser: Browsing Images on Disk - 21 - Images in the browser window can be printed or copied to disk. The images on which such operations are to be performed can be selected by clicking the image you wish to use. [. . . ] option when the browser window is active. About Nikon View Browser. . . Click anywhere within the About dialog box to clear it from the screen. New Folder ( N) Creates a new folder. Note however that as the camera is read-only, this command is not available for images in the Nikon D1 window. Open ( O) Opens selected images in the built-in viewer or in the creating application, depending on what settings have been chosen in the Preferences dialog box. Nikon View Reference: The Browser Window - 35 - Print ( P) Selected images will be opened in the creating application, and the application's Print dialog will be opened allowing you to make changes to printer settings and print the image. [. . . ]

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