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Every time I try to play back a video, it goes super fast and I don't know how to slow it down!

Whenever I try to play the video I've recorded on my camera, it goes super fast, and I don't know how to slow it down to watch it!

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    Whenever I record a video on my canon G9 and try to play it, it goes really very fast even if I try to view it in slow motion.

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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).


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