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Can i revert the fast play video back to slow motion ? , somehow pressed the wrong button and recorded it in fast mode , back to normal now , but can i change the videos back to slow mode at all to view >

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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.

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i have good and bad news for you guys. the bad news is that you'll never beable to see those videos in the normal time frame again. but the good news is that there's nothing wrong with your camera. try turning the sd1100 on again in video mode. then press on the function/set button. now just set the capture mode back to standard. you've had it in time lapse. if this doesnt help, then iono.... lol good luck!

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