Question about Video Cameras
This is a phone rather than a camera, but the issue could be the same. Videos and Photos are usually saved to the SD card that can be removed and there may be options that you can try.
First. Turn off the phone power, wait a couple of minutes, remove the SD card, and re-insert after 10 secs or so. Turn the phone back on and see if the card is recognised. If so you should be able to get to your video.
Second. When you have taken your card out of the phone, use a card reader connected to your computer, and use File Explorer (Win 7) or Windows Explorer ( WinXP) to view the content of the SD card. It will show up as a removable drive. If it doesn't show up the card itself may have failed.
Third. Most phone manufacturers have software and cables to connect phones directly via USB to a computer. The software is usually downloadable, and the cables are getting more standard (Normal computer USB to micro USB for the phone end). Again the SD card contents and the phone contents should be accessible from the PC.
If these all fail, it is likely that your card has become faulty. You can try reformatting it whilst it is attached to the computer but of course this will lose all your data unless it s backed up.
I would always recommend getting the latest software for your phone from the manufacturer, as it normally gives you synchronisation options for contacts, diaries etc, backup options for your phones entire contents, and a means (usually easy) of transferring data, music, pictures, videos etc etc from phone to PC and vice versa.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The solution to this problem was to download VLC Media Player for Mac(intel), works fine now, easy fix, just had to ask the right person.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
SOURCE: cant playback video files
after i got full hard desk on my sony HD (HDR-XR520) any vide i record i cant copy it and it doesn't appear on my computer and then the files on the camera when i play them they don't ply and i found a message said: No applicable files available, so please how can solve this problem? or it's an industrial bad side with this camera??
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
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