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Video transfer to Camera

I have converted a few clips to .ASF and put them in the 100Media folder on my SD card inserted in my camera. The camera does not recognize them even though they are simple video clips. The clips did not originate from the camera but I didn't think that would matter. HELP PLEASE!!

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  • Dion Cox May 30, 2007

    My MPVR has 3 video modes. QVGA, VGA, and D1. For some reason, it can't be used as a webcam like all the other models listed on the Aiptek website. Bummer.

    But... problem fixed. I needed to change the file names.

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MPVR (DV6800) has 2 video modes, QVGA and VGA. The video format should be exactly the same as either format. for VGA, Bit rate: 2.76 Mbps Video Size: 640x480 Aspect Ratio: 4:3 Audio Codec : adpcm_ms Video Codec:mpeg4z Also the file name should ve the same series used by the camera, ie. clip0001.asf, clip0002.asf and so on. You have to use converter that is capable of manually selecting the parameters mentioned above, you can try Total Video Coverter, The codecs can be downloaded from the net.

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Possible that Aiptek requires a special "header" section (inside file code) of said file to allow view on device...but just a guess

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