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Playback from SD card.

Does anyone know what format files have to be in for this camcorder to see them and then play them back?

I've tried different formats but it just won't detect them. Or it will detect mp4 but just turned off upon play back.

It won't detect jpg files on the card either.

I'm sure I am doing something wrong or there is something wrong with the device itself.

Also, my dvd drive didn't like the disc that came with the camcorder (but my dvd player connected to the tv will detect folders on the disc. Gah!

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  • shanelock Oct 06, 2008

    My problem isn't playback on the PC but playback on the camera itself.

    Not of recorded movies, but of downloaded movies in wmv, avi, mp4, via the SD card.

    The manual says that it will play mpeg4 movies (and records in that format) but I recorded a few seconds and it's an avi file.

    Also, it saves photos as jpg files, but won't read jpg files from the SD card.



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Try www.divx.com. There probably mpeg4 file in divx encoded format. You can download the plugins and decoders for free to test them.

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