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Discussion in 'Asus' started by impruv, Jun 12, 2007.

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  1. impruv

    impruv Notebook Evangelist

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    I have taken a bunch of videos and pictures using the lifeframe software that was bundled with my asus and its built in webcam. However, I can't for some reason, find where these pictures that are taken are stored. I tried to do a search but that did not work. Can anyone help me out?
     
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    Assuming the default settings, it should be in My Documents in the Lifeframe subfolder.
     
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    sadly, there is none such folder, and i have not changed any settings.
     
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    same here, but there is a way and that is to right-click each picture and put it into somehwere. Still I find that extremely annoying so i am also looking for an alternative as well.
     
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    Sorry but you're wrong. That's not the default setting and i don't know if there is a way to change the default one.

    Photos and videos are located in this directory (If my memory isn't failing...):
    C:\Program Files\Asus\Lifeframe2\Lifeframe

    You have to do an advanced search including non indexed locations and hidden files. It worked for me ;)
     
  6. impruv

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    hmm, i go into the lifeframe folder you mention Neptune, but all the monitor/video/photo folders are empty. So must i manually save them one by one?
     
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    That's where mine are.
     
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    They are outside those directories. You have to choose the option to show hidden files because they are hidden by default.
     
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    try changing the folder location in the program, it should have a option (I don't have the program or a asus, I had a similar problem with another program)
     
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    Even after checking show hidden files and folders, there is nothing in that directory. I'm running windows vista. Are their any such settings in the program itself to change the directory? Cause I can't find them.
     
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    Try to search like I've told you above. I think there isn't an option. At least I couldn't find it when I tested the program...
     
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    Not running Lifeframe2 since it won't install on my Core Duo W7J (I don't have the Core 2 Duo version of the W7J). For my first generation W7J, the default is the Lifeframe folder in My Documents.
     
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    When you start Lifeframe2, are the pictures showing up under "monitor" and "image" on the right side of the screen? You can right click on them and save one at a time, though all those pics show up in my folders. There is no way to change where those pics are stored on my version 2.0.8.
     
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