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PlayMemories Camera Apps Support Page: Time Lapse

PlayMemories Camera Apps Support Page: Time Lapse

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  1. Can I play back Time-lapse movies by PLAYSTATION 3?
    On PLAYSTATION 3, select media such as "USB Device (STORAGE DEVICE)," Memory Stick, or SD Memory Card, press the triangle button (∆) to select "Display All,", and go to any date subfolder under the folders below:
    On SD cards: PRIVATE/SONY/APP_TLPS/
    On Memory Sticks: MSSONY/CAM_APPS/APP_TLPS/

  2.  When I choose RAW, aspect ratio can not be changed on the menu.
    That is by specification.

  3. Sometimes time-lapse images remain on the playback list even after deleting the images on the media by a computer.
    Image deletion by devices other than the camera may not be reflected to time-lapse playback list or playback screen on the Time-lapse application. You can reflect it by following the procedure below:
    1. Exit the application.
    2. Open the menu and select "Setup."
    3. Select "Recover Image DB" and follow the guidance on the screen.
    4. Launch the application and select the "Time-lapse Image List."

  4. The images become black (or white) after the sunset (or sunrise) when I take the time-lapse movie by the theme sunset (or sunrise).
    Images becomes dark (or bright) after sunset (or sunrise) because the exposure is automatically set for the first image.
    We recommend you to have long shooting time before the sunset (or sunrise).
    You can suppress underexposure (or overexposure) to some extent by setting the exposure compensation to + (or -) for the theme sunset (or sunrise).

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

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

  8. Does it support the AC adaptor (AC-PW20)?
    Yes, it does.