APS is an advanced film format designed and manufactured by Kodak. The film does not require you to roll up the material in a still camera before closing the camera. It just slides into the film compartment and is ready to use. If you want to transfer the APS film to a computer system, you only need to ask the film developers for a little help, and in a few moments you'll have the pictures saved onto your computer.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Take your APS film to a local film developer's studio and request for it to be saved onto a CD. This is often done at little to no extra charge.
Pick up the developed film and insert the CD into the disc drive of your computer. Close out the AutoPlay window that loads onto the screen.
Click "Start," "Computer," then double-click the CD icon. A window loads with all the files saved on the disc. Click-and-drag the image files onto your desktop, or any other location on the computer to import the files onto your system.
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