Nikon Transfer 1.0.2 Full Version Mac OS X 10.3.9 and 10.4.11.Nikon Transfer is a software application that allows for the simple transfer of images captured with a Nikon digital camera, or images recorded to media such as memory cards, to a computer. It also allows for back-up copying and embedding of information including copyright in image data with transfer.Nikon Transfer allows you to specify a software application to launch automatically after images are transferred. When ViewNX (image browser) is selected, smooth collaboration with ViewNX allows for natural operation. Use of these two applications together is recommended. See information regarding ViewNX;Labels and ratings, as well as information including titles and creator, can be applied to images as they are transferred;Image attributes and transfer status can be verified in the Nikon Transfer thumbnail list area, and thumbnail display can be categorized by shooting date, file type, or camera folder setting;Nikon Transfer allows for specification of a second destination folder, in addition to the primary destination, for saving images to two folders for back-up purposes. This provides back-up of important images in case of accidental deletion of image files from the computer, or similar such accidents;Independent sound files (.wav) recorded by cameras with the voice recording function can be transferred.Modifications enabled with Ver. 1.0.2:Support for the latest Nikon digital cameras has been added: D60, COOLPIX P60, COOLPIX S600, COOLPIX S550, COOLPIX S520, COOLPIX S210, COOLPIX L18 and COOLPIX L16;When the 4th character in the name of the source folder was a numeral, images inside the folder could not be recognized. This issue has been resolved.. Do use the latest driver version available, it will help you use the facilities of your hardware easier and better. An old version can create hardware conflicts and errors in function. Try to stay updated with your drivers monthly or sometimes weekly. Chose wisely the specific drivers: motherboards driver, bios, graphic cards drivers, modem drivers and so on. Chose the right driver for your hardware and try to make backups of your system every time you want to make a change.
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