I've recorded lots of short movie clips using the camera, they playback fine on the camera, but when I upload them to the pc and play through Windows Media Player the audio is not in synch and the clip carries on playing with no sound! Has anyone else had this problem? Or does anyone know how to fix it?
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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!
If you are asking about getting movie clip sound while playback in camera then you wont get it because camera has no inbuilt speaker to give you that sound. Transfer movie clip in computer the get its sound because camera has inbuilt mic to record sound.
You will get sound when you transfer recorded movie clips in your computer and playback in computer.
DSC-S500 Sony Cybershot has built-in mic to record sound but doesn't have speaker to give sound during playback in camera. You need to import movie files in your PC and playback in PC to hear sound.
This camera does record sounds. But, it doesnt look like it has a speaker in it to play them. So, yes unfortunately you wont be able to hear what you record unless you are using something else to playback what you have recorded.
Playing Back Movie Clips
You can play back the recorded movie clips on the LCD monitor screen. However, the
sound recorded with movie clips can only be played back on a computer.
1. Press the button.
2. Use the four-way controller () to go
through the images until the movie clip you
want to play back is displayed.
To view the previous image, press the
four-way controller ().
To view the next image, press the
four-way controller ().
3. Press the button to start playing back
the movie clips.
To pause or resume movie playback, press the button again.
The movie mode function allows you to record short movie clips. The recorded movies can be played back or stored as still images using the cameras index function. Please note that the D-390 does not record sound in the movie mode.