How to Magix Connect?

Johannes-Huxdorf wrote on 8/1/2019, 1:02 PM

Hello everybody,

When installing Vegas Pro 15, Magix Connect came with it. I find the idea quite charming to move files via the Wifi Transfer. I also use the Magix CameraMX app on my Android smartphone. Now the only question is: How do I use the Wifi Transfer? There is no explanation , Nobody seems to use Magix Connect at all. Why does this feature even exist, if Magix does not care? (No explanation or tutorial)

best regards

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Hallo zusammen,

Bei der Installation von Vegas pro 15 wurde ja Magix Connect mit geliefert. Ich finde die Idee ganz charmant, Dateien über den Wifi Transfer zu bewegen. Ich nutze auch die Magix CameraMX App auf meinem Android Smartphone. Jetzt stellt sich mir nur noch die Frage: Wie benutze ich nun den Wifi Transfer? Niergens gibt es dazu eine Erläuterung, Niemand scheint Magix Connect überhaupt zu nutzen. Warum gibt es dieses Feature überhaupt, wenn Magix sich darum nicht kümmert? (Keine Erklärung oder Tutorial)

Liebe Grüße

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johnebaker wrote on 8/1/2019, 3:11 PM

@Johannes-Huxdorf

To use Camera MX to transfer pictures to Magix Connect ensure your device is connected to your WiFi network then:

  1. Open Connect on the computer
     
  2. Open MX on the device
     
  3. Tap the Timeline option - 4 small squares bottom right of MX screen
     
  4. Select the image to transfer - for multiple images tap the 3 vertical dots top right of the Timeline screen and select Multi Selection
     
  5. Select image(s) to transfer
     
  6. Tap the Share option
     
  7. Tap Send to PC
     
  8. Tap Computer name
     
  9. On the computer in Connect change save folder if required, select Accept
     
  10. After transfer select the option you require or close Connect.

HTH

John EB

 

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