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Video replay too fast to view

After taking several videos and uploading to computer to view, I was very disappointed to see the video fly by without stopping until it got to the end. No audio either.
Anyone have a solution? Never happened before. It's like it's on warp speed.

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  • Anonymous Jan 13, 2009

    what could be done to slow down the video replays ?

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We realized the setting was on time lapse which resulted in the fast replay.

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