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You are not doing anything wrong. For some reason, Aiptek doesn't give you this option on the camera. You have to insert you SD card into a reader and delete it that way. Ya, I know, doesn't make sense. Also, a feature I hate is it does place your videos into one continuous file. Only video clips, so each time you stop then start recording, it creates a new file. Anyway, I've had my Aiptek since 10/2008 and no problems so far. Great indoor videos. Not too crazy about the still pictures though.
Hi, the first site seems to have a one fits all aiptek driver. The second aipteks home, suggests that you shouldn't need one as it is plug and play. Have you deleted files you shouldn't from the camera?
You need quicktime, because the Aiptek 720p records to .mov (quicktime) format. If you still have the CD that the camcorder came with, the software is on it. If not, go to google, and search for quicktime free version download. Although I recommend the pro version, due to the fact that it allows conversion of files. It's about $20. Hope this helped-
animation508 (youtube username)
Hey I had the same problem, you need to buy a movie converter program. I bought Movie edit pro 12 by magic (which your soppose to do all this cool crap with but I only use it to convert) and then you can convert the .mov file to a .wmv file so you can put it in the windows movie maker which is how I do it. The program was 50$ at best buy and I think you can buy a cheaper video convert program ofline if thats all you want to do. Any questions or comments email me at LittleMondoCZW@aol.com
Are you recording in High Def? When I tried that on mine the same thing happened. That definitely has to be played back on Hi Def TV and the computer probably isn't capable of handling that. Switch to DVD mode, or Web cam mode and you won't have a problem.