Setting the Download Location for Case Air on Windows

Posted by: on Nov 8, 2016 | 10 Comments

When you have the Auto Download setting turned on or you manually choose to download an image in the Case Remote app, you may be wondering where the file is stored on your computer. On Windows, you can quickly find and change this location by following these steps (for Mac, read this article):

  1. Click on the Settings Button.
  2. At the top of the Settings tab, you will see the image save path. Click Select to change the path.settings_tab
  3. When the browse files dialog opens, select the path where you would like to have images saved. Please note that Case Remote will create a sub-directory in which the folder you select. That folder will be named after the camera you are using.browse

Using these settings, you can separate your Case Air photos by session, date or what ever naming convention you need to use. This is of vital importance for finding the location if you are setting up Auto Import folders in Lightroom or Capture One.


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10 thoughts on “Setting the Download Location for Case Air on Windows”

  1. The Mac version looks nothing like that above?

    Unable to access the menu to change between default, bracketing, bulb etc…

  2. Thanks Josh,

    Happy to provide case air feedback and I have a few questions, is this the best support forum?

  3. Hi.

    How does the Case Air windows app handle cameras with two card slots? With My 5DMIII I shoot raw to CF and JPG to the SD card. I would like to download only the JPGs to the Windows computer.

    Q1: Can I do this and if so, how?

    Q2: Is this information contained in a manual somewhere? If so, where SVP?



  4. Hi Josh / Jakob,

    were you able to figure out how to save the Download location and Burst speed in the Mac version of Case Air?

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