Question about Canon PowerShot SD960 IS Digital Camera
When I take a video and then try to watch it, it is as though it is playing in fast forward mode and I can't slow it to real time
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a really simple problem and easy to solve. Unfortunately the videos you've recorded cannot be changed back because they have been recorded in Time Lapse mode.
With the camera switched on in Video Mode turn the control dial on the back (this is the dial to the right of the LCD screen). This will change the settings from TIME LAPSE to STANDARD. There are actually 6 different modes but the best one for normal videos is STANDARD. There is a HIGH RESOLUTION setting, however these record fewer frames per second (fps) so whilst the quality is better per frame, there are half the amount of fps so the the movie will look at bit jerky.
It's really easy to accidentally twist the dial when holding the camera, so always check the icon in the top right of the LCD before recording to make sure its just a yellow camera in a yellow square.
This should be problem solved for all future recording.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
SOURCE: problem w/ canon g9 camera
you may have knocked the control dial to time lapse mode, one setting away from standard mode. Having just experienced this on our new camera. Now know what caused it, does anyone know how to recover the videos that are quick in their playback?
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
Are you sure you have not recorded the video in time-lapse mode? Could be worth checking. Once in the Video setting, you can use the thumb ring to change video mode - one of these modes is normal and one is time lapse (there are five or six others).
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Oh my, sounds like you accidentally recorded in "Time Lapse" mode (one of the specialized video features of your camera). Unfortunately, there's no way to convert the already taken video back to "Standard" video with sound, I'm sorry. However, you'll obviously need to set your camera back to standard mode for future videos. Press the "Function" button while in video mode. Then press left/right to select "Standard" video.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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