Question about Computers & Internet
Why "accidentally"? What does it have to do with it?
What format are the clips saved in? What's the filename's extension (.avi, .mov, .mpeg etc)? Perhaps you don't have proper codec and player to open them?
If this is the case, I'd suggest downloading and installing VLC Media Player. It's free, supports all major video formats and has all the codecs built in, not polluting the system with tens of codecs you don't need.
Download it here: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
Good luck, and please come back with a testimonial if helped
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