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Slow motion playback of video

Can you change the format to play back the video in Media Player or something else for slow motion?

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  • dr300yards Feb 13, 2008

    Thanks,
    I will try this.

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Hi dear


try capture motion with small frame like 320x240 and set the frame rate in 25 fps, oke



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Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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Currently the only video format supported is AVI; however, there are third party applications that will save the video to another format

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