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Schata
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Hi DJI team!
I´m wondering how I can switch the saving directory from internal memory to SD card.
When downloading pictures or videos from Mavic to CrystalSky, they are saved into internal memory. I didn´t find any function/option to do so.

Thanks

Alex
2017-8-2 23:43:06
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DJI Mindy
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I’m sorry that this function hasn't been avalaible at the moment, please pay attention to future release.
2017-8-4 02:47:12
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Schata
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DJI Mindy Posted at 2017-8-4 02:47
I’m sorry that this function hasn't been avalaible at the moment, please pay attention to future release.

Hi Mindy!

Ok, in this case, what is the SD card good for, when I cannot save the drone content to it?

Alex
2017-8-4 03:44:43
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Schata Posted at 2017-8-4 03:44
Hi Mindy!

Ok, in this case, what is the SD card good for, when I cannot save the drone content to it?

You can take the card from the drone/osmo and review the high res files.
If you have a suitable USB memory stick you can transfer the files to that. That way you don't have to use multiple SD cards. (USB memory stick's are way cheaper then SD cards)
2017-8-4 04:36:34
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Schata
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StianGel Posted at 2017-8-4 04:36
You can take the card from the drone/osmo and review the high res files.
If you have a suitable USB memory stick you can transfer the files to that. That way you don't have to use multiple SD cards. (USB memory stick's are way cheaper then SD cards)

Doesn´t make much sense to me. In this case the SD slots are useless at all.
Taking the SD card out of the mavic, putting it into CS and use an USB drive to copy the content to it. Less steps to do when putting the SD card into my PC and thats it.

So where is the sense of the SD slots?
2017-8-4 07:42:45
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VoDoXuS
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StianGel Posted at 2017-8-4 04:36
You can take the card from the drone/osmo and review the high res files.
If you have a suitable USB memory stick you can transfer the files to that. That way you don't have to use multiple SD cards. (USB memory stick's are way cheaper then SD cards)

Hey, Just checking,

Not like I have a choice of editors, but does the DJI Go4 editor able to edit the full res videos from the sd card? I realised on mine, it only works on the files saved in lower res on the CS itself, rather than the full res ones from the drone.
2017-8-6 17:46:15
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it's so weird that the SD cards on board of CS can't record the clips and neither the internal files can't be transferred/saved to the SD card. They are basically useless
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