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Canon PowerShot SD 870 IS Movie playback speed is too fast!

The playback speed is too fast. It's taking pictures fine, I do,nt understand what is going on, pls help, thanks.

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  • amit_avasthi Feb 21, 2009

    movie play back speed is too fast, even after downlaoding the movie to computer doesnt solve the problem

  • sineadc20 Mar 09, 2009

    I have the same problem. Have you managed to find a solution?

  • Anonymous Apr 07, 2009

    I have the same problem. My video playback is too fast and I can't slow the speed down.



    sue.english@sbcglobal.net

  • rendee3 May 06, 2009

    Canon SD 870 IS - when I take a video the playback is in fast motion. When I download to computer it still plays in fast motion. How do I change the speed?

  • Anonymous May 09, 2009

    I had the same problem, bailers solved it, but his/her attitude sucks! Thanks for the help though. Most of us high-tech computer savvy people never read the manuals until the last resort!

  • rendee3 May 11, 2010

    Thanks!! That worked for the new video I took, but I guess the ones that were in time lapse can't be fixed now right?

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You've got it on Time Lapse video. Turn on, slide to video, press func. set button, toggle to standard instead of time lapse. Maybe next time try your owners manual. Of course you all are probably like my mom and just get a new camera, put in the batteries and start taking pictures. These stupid expensive cameras have too many options and get messed up too easily with the wrong press of the button. Try a simple cheap on next time.

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  • jdm-art Nov 30, 2010

    Right answer, wrong attitude my friend.

  • marathonmama Feb 26, 2011

    but is there a way to fix the videos in fast play mode? my 6 yr old had gotten it on the timelapse mode and I didn't notice.

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Bailers was right! I wonder if my kid changed that setting. I had assumed it was a codec problem. I made the video more watchable by using VirtualDub to change the frame rate to 1.5.

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