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I have a canon SD 580. When I playback the video clip it's always in fast forward mode and I can't play it normal speed. Any help?

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Make sure you are shooting your movies in "Standard" mode. If you have the mode set to something else, especially "Time Lapse", the playback may not match 'natural' motion.

In any case, you can control the speed of the playback. When you first enter the movie playback mode, there should be a movie control bar along the bottom of the LCD. Instead of the "Play" button, select the "Slow Motion Playback" button (single arrow with single bar next to the normal Play button), and control the speed with the left or right arrows on the multi-controller.

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I have a Canon G9 and when I playback movies they are too fast. How can I make any movies I take playback in normal motion time?

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    On a canon G9 how do you make sure you are shooting movies in the standard mode?

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My canon sd790is was playing video back in fast forward also. You are correct it was recording video in "time laps mode" i just switched it back to "standard mode" and it plays back fine now.

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