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Platform Windows Client: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Windows Server: 2003, 2008, 2012
Architecture 32-bit, 64-bit
File Size 3.12 MB
Release Date November 18, 2016
What is New Change Log
Known issues List of known issues and limitations

Trial version limitations

  • Limit of 30 transferred files from a digital camera in total (until Windows is restarted)
  • One PTP camera mapped to a drive letter concurrently
  • Automatic mapping of a connected camera to a drive letter is disabled
  • Cache size cannot be changed, it is hardcoded to unlimited
  • PTPdrive API to control connected camera is disabled

    Note: Any trial version can be "switched" to full version just by adding a registration key...

System requirements

  • Operating system:
    • Windows Client (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10) or Windows Server (2003, 2008, 2012)
    • 32-bit or 64-bit
  • Disk space:
    • about 8 MB for the PTPdrive executables
    • at least 100 MB for the PTPdrive cache (temporary storage for pictures downloaded from the camera)
      • Registered version: default and minimum size is 100 MB, configurable in the 'PTPdrive Settings' application
      • Trial version: cache size is hardcoded to unlimited, which means the PTPdrive will use as much disk space as needed to temporarily store all the 30 pictures/movies allowed in the trial version
  • Memory:
    • 10-20 MB of memory per mounted drive
  • Any CPU, as long as the Windows can start up an run
  • USB port to connect your digital camera to the computer
  • Digital camera operating in PTP mode. All digital cameras operating in PTP or PTP/MTP mode are supported, e.g. Nikon D90, Canon Rebel XSi, Apple iPad, Logitech ClickSmart, ...

    Note: The PTPdrive is not a replacement for the camera's factory (or Windows default) device driver. You must be able to connect your camera to the computer and have it visible in the Windows Explorer, before it can be mapped as a drive letter using the PTPdrive.


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