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  1. krisonsurface

    krisonsurface New Member

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    I am new with using the Surface. It works really great and I love it. I recently took a video using the Surface. I want the videos saved in my Videos folder on the PC but they're stuck in the Camera Roll/One Drive. Are there ways of "exporting" them? Thanks for the help you'll give!
     
  2. kundas1

    kundas1 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    yes, right click on your video's and choose cut/copy then goto your "video's" folder and right click anywhere and choose paste...
    seriously 16 views and none of you could help with that dilemma? LOL :p
     
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    I'd copy the video to a micro SD card or USB stick then copy or move to my PC that way.
     
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    If I download a video, I usually save it direct to the S3, or if I play a video from my external HDD, the resolution is either 1280x720 or 1920x800.
     

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