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Do you mean you cannot play the videos in Windows media Player? If yes then all you need is a Codec pack. You can download the k-lite mega codec pack which includes media player classic that you can use to play the files. http://www.free-codecs.com/download/k_lite_mega_codec_pack.htm If problem persists then let me know the extension of the video files so that I can suggest an appropriate solution.
Your computer won't allow you to move the file (your video) while windows has it open and playing the video. Stop the playback exit the program your playing it with.
Go to Start, then choose Computer and find the DVD listed in your drives. Double click the drive and a folder will open with your video listed there. Simply highlight it, right click your mouse and choose copy. Open another folder on your C drive (make a new one if you want to) and paste it in the new folder. Done!
"About video clip files recorded with this camera You can use Apple’s QuickTime to play back video clips on a computer. Playback may be possible using other software that supports the ISO standard MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (AAC audio)."
You can try Nero 8 (www.nero.com) which has a cool player (Nero Showtime) and a user friendly transcoding/DVD authoring tool (Nero Vision) to offer. You may also consider Videolan VLC (www.videolan.org) which is free, open source, less user-friendly but it supports batch file conversion -- a realloy cool features when you have a dozen+ video files to convert.
Sounds like you just need to upgrade your codecs. I use media player classic or VLC media player so I've never had these "not" play. Also another thing you will run into is the widescreen not showing properly when it does work. You have to convert the video to proper divx format with Xillisoft video converter in order for it to appear in 16:9 in all players. Makes the files 1/10 of the size too with little quality loss. Make sure you get the newest divx and xvid codecs, or a media player codec pack (easily found in google).
have you loaded the file that came with from cd some suply xvid to install this is a codec for decoding files try another program to import from and convert over to mpeg from avi or asf format you did'nt say which format your files are in.
hope this helps
Using Windows Media Player
You need Microsoft Windows Media Player Version 9 or higher and Sharp G.726 Audio Codec in order to play MPEG4 files from the Memory Stick on your PC.
If you are not currently using Microsoft Windows Media Player Version 9 or higher.
Important: The Sharp G.726 Audio Codec needed to play MPEG4 files is no longer signed by Microsoft.
If Sharp G.726 Audio Codec is not properly installed on your PC, it will not play MPEG4 Audio.
You can also download a free DivX® Player and codec to play your MPEG and other video format files.
DivX® for Windows is a free codec built to play every version of DivX content. The DivX codec also plugs into your existing video software so you can view and create high-quality DivX videos at a fraction of the original size. The DivX codec also adds DivX video playback support to most popular media players.