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Importing video from memory card

We recorded some footage onto the memory card instead of the tape, plays fine when we preview it on the camera, but when we import it we only get sound, it has also happened that we only got video when trying on a different computer for the same footage. Tried importing it while the SD card was still in the camera, and also tried putting the card directly in the computer.

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  • lazor Jan 24, 2008

    I have the same issue

  • Cinazool Jan 26, 2008

    Fixed it, found the codec on the samsung website, thanks!

  • SuperQ314 Jan 27, 2008

    Having the same issue. Tried to find codec on samsung website. Can't find it. We are running Vista.

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You are probably missing the AVI codec. There are many available install/use at your own risk. I think that the one that I used is called K-Lite 357. just do a search for it.
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Posted on Jan 31, 2008

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It;s a codec problem (audio and video ). Find out with what method and codec the camcorder works...

U can also try more video players until it works (if u dont know what codec u need )....

(u should install the drivers for the cam on the computer , it should contain the needed decoder .... )

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