Using Snapfire to Download Photos from a CD, Camera, or Card Reader

Downloading Photos:

The Corel Photo Downloader offers the quickest and easiest way to transfer photos from your digital camera to your computer. You just plug in your camera, or insert a memory card into your card reader, and perform a quick one-time setup. After that, whenever you plug in your camera or insert a memory card into your card reader, the Corel Photo Downloader will start automatically. You can even set the Corel Photo Downloader to rotate photos, or to clear memory card space by deleting photos that have already been downloaded. FYI: The Corel Photo Downloader is not installed on computers running the Windows 2000 operating system.

Using the Corel Photo Downloader:

The Corel Photo Downloader (located in your system tray) is activated when you insert a CD containing photos into your computer, or when you plug your camera or media card into your computer. Your photos are automatically downloaded and are opened with the program. The first time you start the program, you are prompted to choose settings for the Corel Photo Downloader.

To use the Corel Photo Downloader with a camera or card reader:

1. Connect the camera or card reader to the computer by using a USB cable. The Corel Photo Downloader window appears.
2. Mark the Use Corel Photo Downloader to transfer photos check box.
3. Choose one of the following options, and click OK.

•Always start downloading automatically
• Display this prompt each time
• Erase photos on device after download

To use the Corel Photo Downloader with a photo CD

1. Insert a CD into the CD drive.
2. Mark the Use Corel Photo Downloader to view photos check box.
3. Choose one of the following options, and click OK.

• Always start viewing automatically
• Display this prompt each time

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