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Audio and video

When trying to view on my tv from camera I don't get any audio also the
video just shutters like up and down

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If you are in record mode, and you are aiming your camcorder at the TV, you are going to get lines across the screen because the TV and camcorder have different frame rates and you can see this difference when you record a program through the lens of the camcorder. You need to have a camcorder and TV that have the same frame rate, but I don;t think that is viable for the home.

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