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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sanyo HD1000 exacti
At a first guess, i would say you have the video quality settings on the camera too high. These new cameras and video recorders can store very high definition images and at the highest setting a laptop will have trouble playing the footage back without skipping or artifacting.
I would recommend checking the camera settings and lowering the resolution to something more manageable.
If you are unsure of this please write back.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 03, 2008
SOURCE: Camera stops recording video
When recording movies in the SHQ image quality mode, I am restricted to 15 seconds of recording time per movie. Why?
In SHQ mode, the FE-230 records movies with VGA resolution (640 x 480 pixels) and a frame rate of 30 frames per second. Recording this much data, this quickly, requires a large amount of camera memory and a very quick write time.
Olympus’ Type M+ and Type H xD-Picture Card media are high-speed cards and are able to process this volume of information with no loss in quality. Other commercially available media, including Type M and Standard type xD-Picture Card media, are not able to do so. For this reason, this model limits movie recording in SHQ mode to 15 seconds when using media other than Type M+ or Type H cards. The 15-second restriction guarantees that the camera will be able to process the data properly and produce a smooth, error-free movie during playback.
Keep in mind that there is no restriction on movie recording length, other than the capacity of the storage media, when recording in the HQ (320 x 240 pixels) mode.
I'm not sure if you are recording in SHQ or not. Try switching to HQ (press menu, then select image quality). It solved the problem for me. Btw I got the solution of the Olympus FAQ page on their website.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
I understand, if you are able to record on the SD card, make your computer to recognize it and lastly if you can transfer it successfully with no errors, we can make it to work by choosing an appropriate media player. I personally would recommend VLC player. Latest version of this software can be found in:
Still if you are not able to open/run the media file. Let me know the type of file. I ll then according do a research and suggest a specific codec or a player that will support the file type.
File type can be found be right-clicking on the file and selecting Properties.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, I own a Nokia 5230.
check if the phone memory is still at large and so on the memory card to,might so many files from your phone or card that's why the operation took some errors or buffer...
otherwise if this problem took on and so on,better reset your phone or restore it to it's factory default to refresh the memory of the phone and can do the operation smoothly...
if this solution helps....please rate me...thanks
Posted on Jun 03, 2011
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