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PlayMemories Camera Apps Support Page: Cinematic Photo

PlayMemories Camera Apps Support Page: Cinematic Photo

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  General FAQs »  Bracket Pro » Cinematic Photo
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»  Time-lapse


  1. What is the content of update for Cinematic Photo Ver. 2.00 (February 14, 2013)?
    Images shot with Cinematic Photo can now be directly uploaded from the camera to social networking sites via Wi-Fi (Requires Direct Upload ver. 1.20 or later to be installed in camera).

  2. Can I undo and redo while selecting moving parts?
    No, you can't.

  3. Continuous shooting slows down during continuous shooting.
    That is by specification.

  4. The fringe of the image does not move when I select the whole image as the moving part.
    The fringe of the image may not move because of camera-shake compensation process. Set the camera so that it does not shake when shooting photographs.

  5. Still images that are shot continuously by Cinematic Photo application are not recorded.
    Cinematic Photo application does not record still images taken in the continuous shooting mode. Exceptionally, such images sometimes remain if the power switch is turned off or the battery is removed just after shooting.

  6. Movie files which I created by the application are not listed up when I press Playback button on the camera.
    On the camera, such movie files can be played back only on the Cinematic Photo application.
    They can be played back on computers, as well. The movie files are recorded under the folders below:
    On SD cards: /PRIVATE/SONY/APP_CNPH/
    On Memory Sticks: /MSSONY/CAM_APPS/APP_CNPH/

  7. On Mac OS X 10.8, I can not open the PRIVATE folder of an SD card where Time-lapse or Cinematic Photo movies are recorded, so I can not play back the movies.
    Mac OS X 10.8 handles the PRIVATE folder as an AVCHD file.
    Right-click on the PRIVATE folder and select "Show Package Contents," then you can browse and playback subfolders and files in it.

  8. I would like to edit movies of Time-lapse or Cinematic Photo by iMovie 11 on Mac OS X 10.8. But I can not open the PRIVATE folder on my SD card, so I cannot import the movies.
    Mac OS X 10.8 handles the PRIVATE folder as an AVCHD file.
    Right-click on the PRIVATE folder and select "Show Package Contents," then you can find the movie files. Drag and drop any movie files that you like to iMovie directly. Or, you can copy any movie files that you like to Mac, then make iMovie read them.

  9. Do the applications support remote commanders?
    Not supported.