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Need codec (?) so that I can playback video files taken with my Xacti C40

I can't seem to find any program that will play back the video files I have taken with my Xacti C40. I am using Windows XP.

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  • stuartjohn71 Jan 15, 2009

    I can't get my PC to recognise the Xacti C40 via USB lead & to transfer the video files when the camera is set to "Card Reader".

    Thank you

    Stu.

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I use VLC from www.videolan.org that is a free and open source software.

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Video playback problems on pc


Jerky play back on a PC is determined by a few things. Video card memory, RAM, CPU processor speed, and *codec*. VLC has it's own codec so does not rely on the ones supplied by Windows. If even VLC is playing it back choppy, try lowering the video resolution. It may be too high for the video card to handle.

Perhaps you don't have enough RAM to run the file at it's full resolution. Reduce background tasks or close them using the task manager. Upgrade your video card, add more RAM. If you can't add RAM or a video card - either reduce the resolution setting on the camera for next time, or use the HDMI port on the camera to directly playback video to a HDMI device.

*codec* - "A codec is a device or computer program capable of encoding or decoding a digitaldata stream or signal" - Wiki

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