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Hello! I recently bought an A7III and shoot some footage with it but I can't seem to find the location of it on my computer. Where do I go to find the footage?

 

Also, I can't preview the raw images I've captured. If I want to see the images, I have to open Lightroom. However, I seem to be having no trouble at all with my a6000.

 

Any help will be appreciated!

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I don’t know if this will help but my experience has been that the photo/video import has to be done through the PlayMemories Software in order to see the video. I would appreciate it if anyone else has found another way. I am using MacOSX.

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Aren't the video files on one of the two video cards in camera?  (where they are depends how you have programmed the camera to use the cards).  Put the card in your computer, copy the files to your desktop, and click to view.

I have to convert RAW using Adobe Digital Negative Converter since I have Lightroom 6.14 and it doesn't decode the Sony A7III RAW files.

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Thanks to both! I ended up downloading PlayMemories and I was able to import them. I still wish I could preview RAW files within Finder. Let's hope they fix that in OSX Mojave.

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My problem is I can view my pictures on my computer but not the videos, it's like they do not exist. However, when I put the memory back in the camera, I can view the pictures and videos I have taken. Can anyone help me?

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On 6/14/2018 at 2:20 AM, Doclack1986 said:

I don’t know if this will help but my experience has been that the photo/video import has to be done through the PlayMemories Software in order to see the video. I would appreciate it if anyone else has found another way. I am using MacOSX.

I believe you can import the video on a Mac using iMovie. I tested this with my A7RIII and 4K video and it worked. (Unfortunately, it takes at least ten minutes to load iMovie alone on my ancient Mac.)

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When using Mojave and AVCHD it‘s quite easy. Just open the AVCHD file on the card. You can select a clip then and open it in Quicktime. Then save the clip from Quicktime.

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