I love this camera but when I make a mini movie and download it onto my computer, I can't see the video. Media player opens and I hear everything, I just don't see it. I have the latest version (media player 11) and I have tried to open it up with Winamp as well and I have the same issue. Can someone please help me? Thanks!!!
Hey, I just got the camera the other day and it is an awesome camera. The videos that the camera take are in mpeg-4 format and do not play in your regular media player, they will however play in some newer cell phones such as the Blackberry and can you guess.......most Samsung phones that have video capability. I believe the new RealPlayer will play the videos for you, just go to real.com and get the free one. ;) Play around with the camera, it's does so many things (very customizable), it's for people that don't to pay for a professional $1,900.00 camera, but it does just as good with the exception of being able to change the lens. Hope this helps.
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This type of camera usually downloads better with a Firewire (DV) connection. Some mini-DV cameras only use the USB connection (if they have one) for stills and can only download video by Firewire. This is because you have to play the tape into the computer, not just copy a file. The way it works on my computer, the camera is controlled by the computer software.
Most PCs have a USB port, but no Firewire port. Macs often have a Firewire port but may not have USB. As most Windows PCs do not come with this interface, you might need to fit an add-on Firewire interface card. This will come with a driver for the card.
Whether this will work with Windows 7, I am not sure. My Mini-DV camera, using a Firewire cable, didn't need any camera driver loaded to the computer, just the movie editor that came with Windows XP.
for to import from the Sony handy-cam you need a firewire cable ..not a rca..this one will only help you see the video on a tv ...but you will not be able to import them into computer ... just ask at the store..and take the camera with you .. another thing the camera may support even a usb cable that may be available in the box that it came with (infact the iLink cable should be there too ) so ..this is a link to a video I use to explain in detail the procedure to import fom minitape of sony handycam. .http://www.5min.com/Video/Windows-Movie-Maker---import-from-a-DV-tape-6876 after have them into the windows movie maker..just drag them to the story board..(join them if you need) ..and save them by finishing movie...and save to computer ..in best for computer mode...after that just burn them to **** ..using Nero ..or if they are small enough to get into a cd ...use window feature for burning ..
I have found that with my videos I cannot open them on either of my computers (one running Vista and the other XP)... or I can open them but I cannot get the viedo and the sound at the same time, I get one or the other.... try downloading the VLC player at http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ this program allows you to open the file and you will get both the sound and the vidoe... Hope this helps!!
You need to download a driver for mac in order for it to play the videos. the driver is called xvid. You need to download the one for quicktime. I downloaded it from http://n.ethz.ch/student/naegelic/download/ and downloaded the binary component. I'm sure there are lots of other places that you can download it too if you search. The download gives you a component that you drag into your quicktime folder which is located in the library folder. I just dragged it in and now the videos play in quicktime.
Yp-t9 only plays svi files.First make sure the videos you have are mp4 or avi or wmv.Then open samsung media studio.If u dont have it then download it.After that put the videos in your yp-t9 using the samsung media studio.The samsung media studio should convert those files into svi format which can be read by your yp-t9
The Samsung web site has a 32-bit Vista driver but no
64-bit driver. Come on, it's 2009 for God's sake!
For Vista (or any OS), first FINALIZE* the mini-disk using your Samsung
camera. FINALIZING creates a DVD out of your mini-disk. You can put
that in your computer and it will play just like any DVD. If you want
to edit your movies, your mini-DVD has .vob (movie) files on it.
Movie Maker won't import a .vob file so you'll have to convert it to
.avi using a third-party conversion tool. I use Need4Video for around
$50. I think there's free ones out there too.
I have the same problem with playing videos from my Samsung Digimax S600 on Windows Vista. The audio plays fine on the camera, but not in Windows Media Player. The only solution I've found is to play the videos in Quicktime...then the sound works just fine. Hope this helps.