Question about VistaQuest DV-7 DV Camcorder
Got a new vistaquest dv7 camera for my son. When I transfer video files (recorded in either mpg or cif) to my laptop, they appear to be avi-formatted files (catalogued as pict001.avi for example), but when I attempt to open them, play them with windows media player, or edit them in windows movie maker or even the videoimpression 2 software the camera came with, they behave as audio files only. I can get the audio to work but no video appears. Movie maker recognizes them as audio files only. I tried everything I can think of.
It is likely that the files are encoded with DIVX, you can download the Divx plugin for windows Media playere here.
watch your options on the install to avoid those pesky toolbars
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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