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Step 1: Create an FTP Server Profile

Once imported into albums, pictures from the camera can be uploaded to FTP servers chosen on an album-by-album basis. FTP server profiles can be created in advance and selected as the destination for new albums created in Step 2.

  • If you will not be uploading pictures to an FTP server, you can omit Step 1, “Create an FTP Server Profile” and proceed to Step 2, “Create an Album” (0 Step 2: Create an Album).

Creating FTP Server Profiles

Follow the steps below to create FTP server profiles. NX MobileAir can store up to 50 profiles.

  1. Tap the (settings) button in the album list.

  2. Tap [FTP presets].

  3. Tap .

  4. Provide the information needed for connection to the server and tap [Test connection and save preset].

    The new profile will be added to the FTP server profile list.

    • If the connection fails, review the profile and try again. The profile can still be saved by tapping [Save] even if the connection fails.

Creating IPTC Presets

Like FTP server profiles, IPTC presets can be selected when an album is created. We recommend that you create IPTC presets in advance if you intend to add IPTC information on an album-by-album basis.

SFTP

[PASV mode] cannot be enabled when [SFTP] is selected for [Server type].

Character Encoding

IPTC information is stored using UTF-8 encoding.

You have now created an FTP server profile. Proceed to Step 2 unless you need to edit or copy existing profiles (0 Step 2: Create an Album).

Editing, Copying, and Deleting FTP Server Profiles

Editing FTP Server Profiles

To view connection settings for a selected FTP server profile, tap the profile name in the profile list.

  • Edit the profile as desired and tap [Save] to save changes.
  • To exit without saving changes, tap .

Copying FTP Server Profiles

To add a copy of a selected profile to the FTP server profile list, tap the (menu) button to the right of the profile name, select [Copy], and then tap [OK] when prompted.

  • If the original profile had a name of 25 characters or less, “_Copy” will appear at the end of the profile name.

Deleting FTP Server Profiles

To delete a selected profile from the FTP server profile list, tap the (menu) button to the right of the profile name, select [Delete], and then tap [Delete] again when prompted.

Creating FTP Server Profiles

Follow the steps below to create FTP server profiles. NX MobileAir can store up to 50 profiles.

  1. Tap the (settings) button in the album list.

  2. Tap [FTP presets].

  3. Tap .

  4. Provide the information needed for connection to the server and tap [Test connection and save preset].

    The new profile will be added to the FTP server profile list.

    • If the connection fails, review the profile and try again. The profile can still be saved by tapping [Save] even if the connection fails.

Creating IPTC Presets

Like FTP server profiles, IPTC presets can be selected when an album is created. We recommend that you create IPTC presets in advance if you intend to add IPTC information on an album-by-album basis.

Character Encoding

IPTC information is stored using UTF-8 encoding.

You have now created an FTP server profile. Proceed to Step 2 unless you need to edit or copy existing profiles (0 Step 2: Create an Album).

Editing, Copying, and Deleting FTP Server Profiles

Editing FTP Server Profiles

To view connection settings for a selected FTP server profile, tap the profile name in the profile list.

  • Edit the profile as desired and tap [Save] to save changes.
  • To exit without saving changes, tap .

Copying FTP Server Profiles

To add a copy of a selected profile to the FTP server profile list, swipe left on the profile name to display options, select [Copy], and then tap [OK] when prompted.

  • If the original profile had a name of 25 characters or less, “_Copy” will appear at the end of the profile name.

Deleting FTP Server Profiles

To delete a selected profile from the FTP server profile list, swipe left on the profile name to display options, select [Delete], and then tap [Delete] again when prompted.