Question about Canon PowerShot SD630 Digital ELPH / IXUS 65 Digital Camera
We LOVE the movie mode and make little clips all the time. All of a sudden, yesterday, during playback I noticed that the sound is not in synch with the picture, it seems to be in front of the picture ... so that the ending few seconds is all silence. I thought I'd load the clips onto my computer and perhaps play them their, but they are still out of synch. I charged the battery, thinking it was just tired and not synching picture to sound was a battery problem, but it's still out of synch. Can you help? Thanks! Janie
This may not mean much, so look really hard at the instruction manual but If the audiostream was recorded at 48,000Hz, change it to 44,100Hz... but if that way over your head try this easy way: in the menu look to find image quality and audio quality, when you are here either do as i have asked above or change your visual settings from high to normal, also if you have any of those menu items up on the lcd when you are taking the clip get rip of hem, as in my experience they slow down the processing power of the IC and these IC are made to process pixels not sound, so eventually after 40frames there is an overlap. good luck by the way!
Posted on Oct 09, 2007
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