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Down loading short clips of film from my digital camera

When I try to down load short clips of film from my digital camera all I get is a transparency like film, there is no normal film, I do have sound.

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  • huganita Oct 19, 2008

    Sorry not sure what you mean by try playing them on a VLC Player. thanks

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Please convert film formate and than try playing. many more converter are available online

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Try playing them on VLC player .....

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

  • Parshiv Luthra Oct 19, 2008

    Sometimes due to improper codecs the media player is not able to play the video properly ..... so download VLC player and play the clip on that

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