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Old 03-18-2017, 09:48 PM
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I noticed when I wanted to view my SD card from my drone it had a picture single shot folder and a video folder .well I deleted the single shot folder, will it come back when I reinsert it and take a single shot or should I reformat it on my computer ? if so how do I reformat it.
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Pictures will likely appear as separate files rather than in the folder. No need to reformat as this clears the card entirely. Insert the card into your computer. Select the card (open it). Right click and select New Folder. Give it the same name it had before. Hit enter and the folder is back (empty of course but you can move any individual files back into it if desired).
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My experience has been that if you delete a folder, video or single picture, the folder(s) will be recreated the next time it's used in the drone.
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My experience has been that if you delete a folder, video or single picture, the folder(s) will be recreated the next time it's used in the drone.
in other words wen I reinstall it in the drone it clears out the last video or picture?
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Originally Posted by suzonka View Post
I noticed when I wanted to view my SD card from my drone it had a picture single shot folder and a video folder .well I deleted the single shot folder, will it come back when I reinsert it and take a single shot or should I reformat it on my computer ? if so how do I reformat it.
With it, have your tried using a photo viewer? A good one might help. I'm using a PhotoViewerPro for my images management.
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Originally Posted by loopdeeloop View Post
Pictures will likely appear as separate files rather than in the folder. No need to reformat as this clears the card entirely. Insert the card into your computer. Select the card (open it). Right click and select New Folder. Give it the same name it had before. Hit enter and the folder is back (empty of course but you can move any individual files back into it if desired).
so the bottom line is to keep the rpm's of the motor under control and for max thrust can I go to a 7 or 8 pitch ?
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yeah usually cameras create the folders they need

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