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Video file corrupted

When I upload my videos on the computer it says the file may be corrupted and can't be played... WHAT DO I DO!?

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It's possible you don't have the necessary software to view the files. The Kodak cameras use a Quicktime format (on early models it was MPEG4 and on the 913 it's MJEPG) and most video players won't recognise this. You'll need to either use Quicktime from http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/ (make sure you select to just download Quicktime, not the default which also includes iTunes - and Apple have the nerve to complain about Microsoft doing stuff like that) or use something else that supports .mov files. A good choice is VLC (http://www.videolan.org/vlc/) which is free and doesn't install a whole load of other junk like Apple does.

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How did you try to upload your video? I had this same problem and have been trying to find fixes for over 2 weeks. Typically I pull the card out of my camera and plug it in directly to my PC card reader which has always worked in the past. Finally I got my cord out for the camera and plugged in that way and lo and behold my video now works.

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Plug the USB data cable into the and connect the opposite end into one of the USB ports on your computer. The computer states it has detected a new device.

Launch the Sony Media Manager program (either double-click the desktop icon or select "Start," "All Programs" and finally "Sony Media Manager"). The program automatically detects the device.

Select the "Videos" tab, and then click-and-drag a video file into the open window from your computer. The video file location on the computer may vary, depending on where you saved the content to.

Wait for the video files to upload to the (the video files automatically begin uploading to the device once you drag the file into the open program window). Do not disconnect the device from the computer while the upload is being performed. If you do, you may corrupt the device. Once the upload has finished, you may close out the program and disconnect the MP3 player from your computer.

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What is the best way to upload M2TS/MTS files to YouTube so they play in HD? Doremisoft AVCHD to Youtube Converter is specially designed for YouTube fans and HD camera users. With this AVCHD to Youtube Converter, you can easily convert M2TS/MTS ( AVCHD file format) to YouTube FLV, MPEG-4 video with MP3 audio high quality. Then you can privately share AVCHD videos in that very nice and large looking YouTube. Besides, you will individualized videos: trim or crop video clips, adjust video effects inluding contrast, brightness, saturation, and apply special effects onto your movie.

So, how do you take an MTS or M2Ts file and convert it for uploading to YouTube as a 1280x720 (720p) video?

Tutorial to convert AVCHD to youtube:

1. Download and install AVCHD to Youtube Converter on your system.

2. Now click on the option of "Add Files" button and add the video files of your camera. You can insert a video folder where all your videos can be put together and so can be converted. Either select single or multiple videos.

3. Make a selection of YouTube format as your output format from the drop down list of Profile, FLV or MPEG-4 is best compatible with YouTube.

4. Specialize videos by clicking "Clip" or "Edit" for editing AVCHD video.

5. Click on "Start" button to start with the conversion of AVCHD files to youtube. Make a check on the Mac to find the converted files.

Using Mac AVCHD to Youtube Converter you can simply convert AVCHD video and audio files with retaining the quality of the files well. This is truly a reliable AVCHD to YouTube converter with powerful functions: convert AVC-HD camcorder video file to MPEG-4, FLV, 3GP, MOV, MP4, AVI, WMV, DV,MPEG-2, MKV, H.264, etc. Thus make file conversion possible and see your videos on the youtube site. Get enjoy and share your videos with your friends online.

How to upload converted AVCHD video to YouTube?
YouTube is a free online video service that allows anyone to view, upload and share videos that can be viewed by anyone else in the world with an internet connection. YouTube well accepts flv, avi, mkv, mov, mp4, divx video etc.
You must first sing up a free YouTube membership to upload videos.

Then, click on the "Upload Videos" icon in the upper right corner of the YouTube home page.

Third, Login you already YouTube account.

Finally, Describe and upload your video by press the "Browse" button to locate the video file on your computer and then press the "Upload Video" button.

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How to convert pinnacle video and upload to youtube?


Hi Follow the below instructions.
Getting Started: How to upload Print Once you've finished editing your video, made sure it's less than 10 minutes, smaller than 2GB in size, and in an acceptable format, you're ready to upload it.
  • Click the product_upload_languagecode.gif button in the upper-right-hand corner of any YouTube page.
  • Click the "Browse" button to browse for the video file you'd like to upload to our site. Select the file you want to upload.
  • Click the 'Upload Video' button to start the uploading process.
  • As the video file is uploading, enter as much information about your video as possible in the relevant fields (including Title, Description, Tags, and Category). You're not required to provide specific information, but the more information you include, the easier it is for users to find your video!
  • Click the 'Save changes' button to save the updates you've made to the video file.
It can take from a couple minutes to an hour for your video to upload to YouTube. If you're receiving an error with your Upload, you might want to make sure you're attempting to upload a file that's recognized by YouTube. YouTube accepts video files from most digital cameras and camcorders, and cell phones in the .AVI, .MOV, .WMV, and .MPG file formats.
bulb.gifPlease note: your video must meet our uploading requirements: no larger than 2GB and no more than 10 minutes in length. If your video does not meet these requirements you will need to re-edit the video file on your computer then upload the new file to our site.
Have more than one video file to upload?
Not a problem! You can upload up to 10 video files in a single uploading session.


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Larger video (above 1 gig) will not upload to my computer. I tried through various programs, through cut and paste, and also by removing sd card and placing in sd card reader on my computer. Nothing...


Most of the time if the file is to big it is trunkated! cut off at the knees. How big is the SD chip? Does this chip read in smaller portions of data?

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Check the format of your video file, it may be hidden if it has different file extension for which your computer does not have the application to view.

Regarding your files got deleted, you might selected the option to move the files from your camera to your computer instead of copy the files.

Hope this helps.

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1.) Download SigmaTel's Transcoder program, version 4.00 is the current release.

2.) Convert your AVI file. Use 128x128 resolution.

3.) Copy the SMV file to emo's MVIDEO folder.

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What I have found that works GREAT is a program called VLC media player. It worked so well that I brought it up to the guys at Casio during a conference call one time and they said it was ok to recommend using it. LOL

Go to videolan.org and there will be a link there where you can download it for free. It works with Mac and PC. Should take care of your buffering and slow playing problem. :)

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