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Discussion in 'Digital camcorders' started by stevie27, Mar 13, 2003.

  1. stevie27

    stevie27 Guest

    i've got some photo's on a floppy but can't get them to work.
    in properties it say's they are cam files?
    does anyone know a prog that will open them so i can make them bitmap or jpegs
    cheers
     
  2. obieobied

    obieobied Member

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    whut?
    u mean they are file like *****.CAM ?
    And where did you get the floppy anyway.
    from a digital camera or did some1 put file on em for you, or did u download 'em urself.
    please more info
     
  3. whompus

    whompus Active member

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    Isnt a cam file just ascii text file with .cam extension. Made for machines in a machine shop to tell the machine where to cut the metal and in what direction and angle to come up with a metal cutout of the graphic. And also to tell computer where to draw lines and circles and such and where to bend and mold the lines and such to rinder an object. Kind of like cad.
    Supercam comes to mind so you could rinder the graphic then export it. Dont know if there is a demo or not.
     
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