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Camcorder Movie Clips, Conversion utilities, Editing utilities

People call me D. -HELP- I lost the cd-rom from my camera, but so far have been able to download the movies from cam to pc. However, when I try to view the .mod file (movie clip) there is no audio whatsoever. Can I do without replacing the CyberLink software? Is there a way to view & hear my movies? Each movie clip downloaded also showed up on my pc with another type of file, .moi ?? Do I need these at all? Are they timestamps, or what?
Hey, thankyou for sharing your knowledge. Help is appreciated.

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What the moi's exactly do, I don't know. What I do is copy the mod's, and rename them to mpg. Then view them with VLC-player(free downloadable from www.videolan.org). to copy sdcopy.exe is useful.

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I have it and would be willing to send you a copy if you can tell me how to download the blankety blank videos onto my computer. I'm not sure the software is even loading right...but I'm going crazy. I've had the camera for almost a year and everytime I sit down with everything and say "today is the day", I'm proven wrong.

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First check sound settings on control panel, ensure volume is not at minimum and computer audio is not muted. Test playing a CD.

this is usually due to Media Player or whatever player you use on your pc, not having the right codecs to decompress sound from camera file.

Usually you sort it out upgrading media player, you can download update from links below.


  1. Windows Media Player 10
  2. Cumulative update for Windows Media Player 11 in Windows Vista

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