I assume you are using Windows Explorer to copy your files from the camera to the hard drive.
It sounds like you are copying the wrong file.
Some cameras put the video files in a different folder.
Check the other folders in the camera and see if you can find the video files.
I have no idea what a DPS file is.
If it shows a zero file size, there is nothing in it.
I bought a Fuji S5100 digital camera no long ago and I love this camera very much. I have taken a lot of pictures and most of them turned out very nice; pictures are shapr, colors are bright.
However, when I tried to take movie with this camera I ran into problem. I took a couple of movies, each about 20 sec. or 30 sec. long. I can display the movies in the camera, no problem. But when I downloaded the movies to my computer, I could not play the movies in my pc.
The Fuji S5100 captures video in AVI files, AVI files can be played with Quicktime.
I used copy and paste method to transfer my movies file from my camera to my pc, but the transferred files turned out to be DPS files and Quicktime does not recognize them. Also, the file size is always 0.
Can someone explain to me what I did wrong, and, how can
I transfer my movie from my camera to my PC so that I can enjoy watch my movie in my PC ?