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No sound on transferred files

When I play my movies on my camcorder itself, I get full sound and picture, but when I attach the camcorder to my PC via the provided cord; and try to play the movie either directly from the camcorder's memory or copy them to a folder on the hard drive, all I am getting is the picture, no sound. Do I need to use a special program for it to work? Windows Media has no problem playing the picutre, but it comes back with no sound I can watch the pictures I have taken on the camcorder with sound but when I plug it into the TV or PC, I have no sound only picture

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  • cookie64 Dec 31, 2007

    JeremyM49,I have clear sound in the camcorder when Im watching it on the camcorder But have no sound when I plug it into the TV or the PC

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Please see and read the Software manual (link)

Yes you need to use provided software ie power dvd 5 ne

extract from page 12 software manual

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Hi cookie64,
You have discovered something not so good about this camcorder.
This particular camcorder records its video in .MOD files.
Most programs cant read .MOD files, so they pick up as much as they can, which in this case is the picture.
Other times you may pickup static, sometimes nothing at all.
For the solution however, there have been reports of the product that came with the camcorder doesnt work.
You'll need to get a program that reads the files, export them as .avi, .mpeg, etc. Then WMP will read them, sound and all.
So heres a link to a product that reads .MOD files.
http://download.download3000.com/CyberLink_PowerDirector-install-12724.exe

To export them as a readable filetype:

  1. Open PowerDirector
  2. Import all of your .MOD files.
  3. Add all of your .MOD files to the timeline (or) If you want to create individual .AVI or .MPG files, add the files to the timeline individually.
  4. Once your timeline is setup how you’d like it, Click “Produce”
  5. Now select Save to File
  6. Finally Select .AVI or .MPG and select the directory that you’d like your file stored to.
Hope this helps you
have a good night and a great new year

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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    Jeremy Murray Dec 31, 2007

    hi cookie64, sorry for not being clear,

    the camcorder reads the file that the movie is, but the computer and tv cannot.

    all you need to do is download the movie from the camera, then download a program[or the one i gave you] to covert the files to files that windows media player can play.

    Any other questions just ask :)

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Hi cookie64
I think this 2 links will be very helpfull
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    Santiago Vallejo Dec 31, 2007

    Hi cookie, reading what my fellow experts say, i think they are right,
    HERE you can find an exelet program (i use it) to convert video files, its really easy to use, its free, and have a good variety of files to convert to.

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