The KODAK Picture Transfer Application is a software utility developed by Kodak for owners of KODAK DC40, DC50 Zoom, and DC120 Zoom Digital Cameras. Its main feature is convenient one-step downloading of files from camera along with immediate conversion of those files (.KDC format) to more common graphic formats, including the following:
Picture Transfer software is available for free download. Please review the points below before downloading and installing this software.
Download Picture Transfer for Windows 95/NT, v1.0.2
DC120 users that are working on the Windows NT 4.0 platform may find this version helpful. While this has been tested and shown to work with Windows NT 4.0, the Windows NT platform remains unsupported. This software may or may not work with your Windows NT 4.0 system depending on your configuration.
This file is a self extracting installer. Click the download button to initiate the download, save the file pta95nt.exe on your hard drive, then double-click on the file icon to launch the installer.
Download Picture Transfer for Windows 3.1, v1.0.1
DC120 users should not need to download this file, as it is already included on their software CD. To install the software, follow these steps:
Download Picture Transfer for Macintosh, v1.0
DC120 users should not need to download this file, as it is already included on their software CD. This file is a bin-hex encoded installer file. Click the download button to initiate the download. With proper browser configuration, your browser will automatically launch Stuffit Expander to decode the bin-hex file. Double-click on the installer to install the software. The file will appear as Kodak PTA Installer, and will be located in your browser's download folder.
The installer for Macintosh is Bin-Hex encoded (to avoid difficulties in file transfer often encountered when transferring MACINTOSH files from UNIX servers). You will need a Bin-Hex utility to decode the file after downloading it. STUFFIT EXPANDER, FETCH, and BINHEX 4.0 are examples of freeware utilities that support this function. One convenient way to handle this (with browsers like NETSCAPE) is to set up STUFFIT EXPANDER as a helper application that is launched when downloading a file with mime type "application/mac-binhex40" and with the extension ".hqx"