04-11-2019 08:29 AM
Hello, I used to have a canon elph ,
i now have a canon sx740
seems awesome, only problem is that i cannot upload these files to youtube. they are recognized as unsupported file types
what am i doing wrong?
the only way around this would be to use wifi, which takes an extremely long time.
04-12-2019 10:07 PM
Hello, the USB i am using is a USB from my PS4
Should i buy a special Sync - up USB instead?
Is there something wrong with my camera?
I even callled Canon Tech support they said that this should not be happening. they accidently hung up on me .
04-13-2019 09:37 AM
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04-13-2019 11:13 PM
i just figured out that when i browse through the camera instead of importing the videos, it does work i do believe. so maybe something to do with the windows importing program
additionally, my camera's frame is lacking a hole for the camera strap
like there is literally no hole punched out where the strap is supposed to go through
could this camera have been refurbished or something?
04-18-2019 03:19 PM
Thank you for posting.
The easiest (and fastest) way to import movies is to use a card reader.
With regard to compatibility, if you're shooting movies in 4K, YouTube limits file sizes for some users. Please check with YouTube for any restrictions that may apply to your user account.
The opening, for your camera's strap mount, is in the back of the strap mount opening, under the bar you see in the middle. I recommend squeezing the small strap tightly, then pressing it in, while wiggling it back and forth until it slides under the bar.