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VIDEO STARTED PLAYING BACK ONLY IN HIGH SPEED W/O VOLUME,,,,,,,CHANGED SPEED OUT OF NOWHERE.....PLZ HELP! I'M USING CANON G9

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I EASILY FIX'D THIS PROBLEM & FOUND OUT I CAN DO SOOOOO MUCH WITH SHOOTING VIDEO'S! I DID A GOOGLE SEARCH & CAME ACROSS THIS ADVICE.......TURN THE TOP DIAL ONTO VIDEO ON TOP OF CAMERA. THEN TURN DIAL ON RIGHT SIDE & YOU WILL SEE DIFFERENT SCREENS SUCH AS BLK & WHITE, VIVID COLORS, FAST OR SLOW SPEED; I TURNED MINE TO AUTO & PRESSED FUNC BUTTON IN CENTER OF WHEEL & I WAS BACK TO SHOOTING IN NO TIME........HOPE THIS HELPS!!

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On your Canon G12, the videos might come back in fast forward motion or at a quicker speed then when you filmed it, this is no problem. Turn the wheel on the top left of your camera to the video option, then look at the screen, right next to it there are a few buttons, the delete button is on the left top corner, directly opposite from it is a button with a square and then a circle in the middle of it. Click on that and there will be some options such as, B&W or miniature options, put it on standard mode and everything will be normal again :) hope this helped!

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