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..
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
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Unfortunately, no. By recording in fast mode, the camera captured fewer frames than usual. When played back at the normal speed, the action appears faster than normal. Because the camera recorded fewer frames, there is no way to make up for the images that were not captured. You could slow down the playback, but the result would be a jerky, jumpy video. Now, if you had accidentally captured the video in slow motion, you could then throw away some of the intervening frames and recreate a normal-speed video.
It sounds like you're in "Fast Frame Rate" video mode. Turn on the camer to video mode, then press right/left to select normal 640 pixel video. (Depending on the camera model, you may or may not have to press "Func" or "Func Set" first).
You could have cracked the lens, damage the focus or a number of other things but the lens and focus are most likely. check your lens for scratches if there is none and no cracks take it to your nearest camera store or buy new good luck!
Oh my, sounds like you accidentally recorded in "Time Lapse" mode (one of the specialized video features of your camera). Unfortunately, there's no way to convert the already taken video back to "Standard" video with sound, I'm sorry. However, you'll obviously need to set your camera back to standard mode for future videos. Press the "Function" button while in video mode. Then press left/right to select "Standard" video.
FROM WHAT I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO FIND OUT FROM THE CANON SITES AND REVIEWS MOST OF THESE FUNCTIONS ARE CONTROLLED IN THE PLAYBACK MODE MENU. THEY CLAIM THERE ARE MANY SETTINGS THERE THAT ONE CAN SET TO ACCESS PHOTO'S BY EVERY 10TH PHOTO,SO THAT WOULD MEAN YOU WOULD SEE LIKE 1,10,20,30,40,50 ETC IN RAPID ORDER. THIS SEEMS TO BE WHAT YOUR CAMERA IS DOING. I'M NOT THERE WITH YOUR CAMERA, BUT DOES THIS SOUND LIKE WHAT IT IS DOING? IF IT DOES, THEY SAY YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO SET IT TO SHOW ONLY ONE BY ONE ORDER. THIS WOULD SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM,RIGHT? IF THIS ISN'T WHAT YOU THINK YOUR CAMERA IS DOING REPLY TO ARCLIGHT1217 AND I'LL SEE IF I CAN FIND MORE INFO IN THEIR REVIEWS. GOOD LUCK! LET ME KNOW HOW YOU COME OUT WITH RESETTING THE MENU.
As you're looking at the back of the camera, there is a small door along the upper right outside edge, which opens to reveal the digital connector jack and an audio/video jack. It is just above the metal loop where you attach the wrist strap.