I use Image Capture to get photos off my Canon XSi. Lately, it hasn't been working. Image Capture shows 26 CR2 icons, but won't show their thumbnail previews. It won't download them, and I can't delete them, either. It also won't recognize any new photos I've taken with the camera. The only thing I've done recently that might have caused this is I installed a new scanner (Epson V300).
I used to use Image Capture application to scan photos with my cannon scanner. Today I wanted to scan some pics, but the Image Capture application is just suddenly gone! Tried searching, everything, the app just completely disappeared from my mac, I have no idea why. Is there a way to get it back
My image capture app is not able to launch (MacBook white 2006, with last updated 10.4.11).app package only contains a device folder, itself containing ICCCamera.device. Nothing else.I would like not to re-install then update the whole system just for this app (I removed localizations, tweaked some prefs, etc ...).Can someone point me where to find it and why it's got broken?Do other people got the same problem? I cannot tell if it's an update process who went crazy at some point.
just wondering how I would go about capturing a screen image to be used on a forum.So I would like to capture a still image from a video in order to use it as my signature block in a group forum.Someone suggested I push the "Print Screen" button when I find the image I want.But of course Macs do not have a print screen button (at least not on my keyboard anyway).†
Trying to get a couple of images off my iphone 4s and as soon as I open image capture....it crashes!¬† Then it goes to if I want to 'submit' my problem to apple and THAT wont submit either!! I've given up on that, but I would like to use the image capture!¬†
I am having problems with Image Capture not recognizing all the files on my camera (and recognizing photos that have long since been deleted).So I just took a few pictures to test out and see if I could get it to work right. I plugged in my camera and opened up image capture. I clicked download all. It downloaded two pictures that are not even on my camera (I double checked to make sure) and they were deleted weeks ago. And it's not recognizing the pictures I just took. There are about 23 pictures and it's not recognizing any of them just the two pictures that were deleted a while back. What's going on here? I'm new to Mac by the way.
In Snow Leopard there is no longer a Preferences item on the Image Capture menu. I was looking for the option When a camera is connected, open:. I eventually found it in iPhoto preferences. Is this correct, or is my install (u/g from Leopard) broken? Also, what other Image Capture prefs were there, and where are they now?
Does anyone know any good app for scanning? For now I use Image Capture but is a bit limited! I usually scan music cd covers so I need something more detailed in order to scan the front and back covers accurately!
Does anyone know of an automator workflow that will create a document or otherwise capture a list of URL's, or associated a URL to each image, when an image is dragged from a webpage to the desktop or to a folder?
I really need to scan some images into my computer and I can't afford the $39 for VueScan. Image Capture used to work, but now what happens is that I open it up, and my printer/scanner Might show up for a second, but then it disappears and image capture tells me that there's no camera or scanner connected.I think it's stopped working ever since I upgraded to 10.6. Any ideas?
I'd like to capture the screen of web sites that exceed the view port of my monitor (similiar to what this Windows product does [URL]
I've purchased Jing but it won't do it. Are there any other applications available for Snow Leopard? Now I am using Jing to capture each piece of the page and then stitching them together in photoshop. There has to be a better way.
when i try to scan photos using image capture, the overview scan works fine, and i can see the photo, but when i press scan, it goes through the actions, and the scanner goes to work, but after the scan is finished, my photo is nowhere to be found. it simply does not show up in the folder i specified.
I'm running OS X 10.4.11, and I cannot get either Image Capture or Preview to do their scan function. Neither program will recognize my Epson Stylus NX400 scanner/printer. Both programs just give me a message stating that the SANE program is in use by another application ( I downloaded some TWAIN SANE files for my version of Gimp, which also does not want to recognize the Epson).
Since my latest clean system install a few days ago, Image Capture appears to be corrupted. It is missing some menu items, will save only PNG and TIFF file types from my scanner, and crashes frequently. No other applications are affected (for example, I can still scan to JPEG using any other application). Is there an Image Capture preferences file I can find and delete, or is there a quick way to reinstall the application?
Is there any way to make Image Capture forget a device?¬† It must have a cache since it remebers the folder where I save the photos.¬†I want to make it forget my iPhone (4) because it keeps deleting everything I import regardless if I uncheck the box or not. What's weird is it works fine with all our other iDevices (4S, 3, iPad, all latest iOS) and card readers, so it must be something it remebers about my phone. ¬†
It do not see anything like this in the menu. Here is the Image Capture stuff in ~/Library just in case someone can point me to the culprit.¬†
I have a new scanner and I installed the drivers. It's showing fine in Photoshop CS3 but the window for it is awkward and small and barely has any features to it (there is no selection to for Advanced either). I figured I should try to use Image Capture instead, hoping to have better luck and more features. However Image Capture is not allowing me to go to 'Devices > Browse Devices' because there is no 'Devices' menu listed at all. I've restarted, unplugged things, plugged devices back in. It just says 'No Camera or Scanner Selected'. the Command B is not even working either.¬†
I've downloaded the most recent Image Capture software but system preferences and Image Capture still won't recognize the scanner. It might be the fault of the scanner but seeing as other people have. how to try and get my computer to recognize the scanner?
On my Mac running Leopard 10.5, Image Capture has Preferences that allow me to choose an option that opens Image Capture when a USB digital camera is attached. That's gone on my new Mac with Snow Leopard. I never needed camera software to make this work, and unfortunately I have a Canon camera and Canon does not make drivers or software for Snow Leopard. So, how does one get Image Capture to open and download images from a digital camera? Did Apple dumb-down Image Capture like they did to iMovie?
I am seriously annoyed about an otherwise excellent application: I just imported a couple of pictures from my camera into iPhoto using the Image Capture app. I sometimes like to do it this way to review the images and movies before importing. Now I had serious problems on two occasions:
1. There was a raw file on the camera, which iPhoto couldn't process, of course 2. Apparently I closed the Image capture application too soon - after I did so, iPhoto complained about not having enough storage space, although there's more than enough space on the hard drive
Regrettably I had the "delete after import" box checked. Meaning, my photos are gone now! Or, are they? Where does Image capture put them and will they still be there? If not, where can I file a bug for Image Capture?
Information: MacBook Pro 15" (2.4 GHz) Mac OS X (10.6.4) Canon PowerShot S95
Image Capture in Snow Leopard defaults to saving to the Pictures folder, but I want to change it to the Desktop instead. If I simply change it in the app, close it, and open it again, it reverts back to the Pictures folder.
Bought new Mac Mini and have been using it for two weeks with no problem. Until now.
Plugged in my Sony camera which has worked with the old G4 Quicksilver for the last 4 years. iPhoto didn't open, so I checked Image Capture, which says "No device connected"... Checked leads, restarted etc, still the same.
Took the MemoryStick out of the camera and put it in a card reader and iPhoto opened immediately.
Swapped USB sockets. Checked System Profiler; no camera shows as connected.
Any suggestions as to how to get the Sony working again from its cradle? It seems to be connected in the cradle because it's charging OK.
I have this problem, yesterday I tried to upload some photo's... Because this camera (a HP M440) is quiet windows-orientated, I used image capture to import my photo's and video's of it... First I uploaded the video's to the Finder and after that I tried to upload the photo's and import it to iPhoto automatically... Of course, I was quiet stupid as well, I shouldn't have used the automatic option to delete these 'imported' photo's... What I've already tried: 3 Of the possible solutions for recovering with iPhoto:
1. Used the Finder, iPhoto Library, show contents, and searched for them... Weren't there...
2. Use iPhoto Library Manager to recover the .xml-file, also no effect...
3. Used Option-Command with start-up and tried to recover them....................