Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
I found out how to record video, but when i go to play it back, using Quickplay, or Windows Media Player, it speeds it up. It'll show my video that took 20 seconds in only 3 seconds. Help ME please!
This is a issue recognized in HP Notebooks which are shipped with Webcams earlier. However, latest Notebooks are having this issue resolved.
Basically the issue is that the videos that were recorded using the webcam used to record fast than normal because of which the issue started.
HP had released a patch for this where the Videos recorded using inbuilt Webcam will be solved. However, this is not going to fix the issues with the videos that are already recorded.
You can download the patch from the link below :
Download and save the Patch in the Notebook and double click it once the file is saved to install it.
Restarting the Notebook will complete the installation.
Record any video and check by playing it to confirm.
Hope this helps...
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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