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Video too fast during playback on my Camera

I have a Canon SD750 elph and haven't had this problem before. I took some videos last night and on the way home i tried to look at them, but was surprised to see that when i selected the video to play, it speeds through the video without any sound. Now all my videos are doing this. Can anyone help me? I don't want all the videos to go to waste..

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  • Nomen Sep 22, 2008

    I have the same problem with my canon ixus 70 camera. Also the computer playback of the file is about 10 times too fast. Eg a movie of 30 seconds only plays 3 seconds, but shows the whole video in fast forward without sound.

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I have a Powershot SD1000 and it should be similar.
When the video plays very fast it was probably filmed in Timelapse mode( which fast- forwards the video) When you are in video mode press the SET Button and set the camera to Standard mode

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

  • Mushhymonsta Jun 05, 2011

    Thank you! Is there any way to view the videos you've previously recorded in time-lapse mode, normally?

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