They look fine on the camera, and when I upload them on my computer and play them on the media player, but when I import them to Windows Movie Maker and edit them the final project ends up having the whole bottom half of the screen green.
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This is a codec issue and can be most easily resolved by installing the software and drivers that came with your camcorder. Alternatively, several codec packs are available for download by internet search. Insignia recommends ArcSoft MediaImpression software for editing and playback.
This is a codec issue and can be most easily resolved by installing the software and drivers
that came with your camcorder. Alternatively, several codec packs are
available for download by internet search. Insignia recommends ArcSoft
MediaImpression software for editing and playback.
Ok so all you have to do is open the battery door so it wont turn on
and then hold the camera record button on the top until I say so. Plug
it into your comp and then wait. it should say found mass storage
device. Then you will see it under my computer. You can just drag and
drop copy and paste the vids and play them with windows media player.
(you can let go of the button when windows detects it.) Please rate!
VOB format is MPEG-2 system stream and Media Player will play it. It may be required Codecs. Sony DVD Cameras write data in vob format. I would suggest to download Cole2K media Codec Pack in your PC, its free.
Sounds like you just need to upgrade your codecs. I use media player classic or VLC media player so I've never had these "not" play. Also another thing you will run into is the widescreen not showing properly when it does work. You have to convert the video to proper divx format with Xillisoft video converter in order for it to appear in 16:9 in all players. Makes the files 1/10 of the size too with little quality loss. Make sure you get the newest divx and xvid codecs, or a media player codec pack (easily found in google).