Your computer cannot decode MPEG-4 video format. Try to play it in Windows Media Player (this should find and install required codec automatically if connected to internet) or install Kodak Easyshare Software CD (supplied with camera) - should install required video codecs too. You can try to download and install codecs on your own from here.
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Welcome to Fixya. All digitals camera has a features of video recordings, however they have the difference when you try to review or watch it thru the camera itself. I have the same camera as yours, First I thought that my camera was damaged because I don't hear any sounds at all when I'm trying to view/watch my brother's gradustion day. When I try to transfer all the data on my computer, thinking that trying to re-format the camera will be the resolution for my issue to hear the sounds of my recordings. While listening to a music while reviewing my pictures on the computer, I heard a different sounds, then when I try to pause my music, I'm happy to hear that its my brother's video on his graduation.
The answer to your question if your going to upload your video on your computer, YES! you can hear the sounds of your recordings thru your computer.
As you may not know, not all games support the HDMI feature. There is a very high possibility that the game you are trying to play does not support HDMI feature. You can also go to your video settings and try to adjust the settings for the display and see if it helps. If it doesn't work, you might have to call the customer care of sony or the company which makes the game. Hope this helps?
digital photo frames are not usually able to play videos...
however if the frame has this capacity, it sounds like you have an encoding issue, you should check which codecs (encoding decoding) are compatible with your "frame" and change the configuration of your video encoding/recording system to use a compatible codec
iPhoto is for still pictures. iMovie is for videos. Use a card reader to download your videos to a folder you create on your desktop. From there, you can import to iMovie or just play them using Quicktime.
That sounds like you don't have the proper codec to play AVI files. Even if you haven't had problems with AVI's before these files may be DIVX avi's instead of the usual Xvid. Download the full codec pack here: http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm and install it. Restart your computer and try again and you shouldn't have any problems. Please rate, thanks!
Does it do so on all tapes?
It sounds like you are experiencing a tracking or tape path problem. You might try taking the top cover off, then cleaning the video head. Info is available on the 'net on how to do this. If problem remains, play a tape and see it is wandering up/down across video head. See if any of the tape guides are broken or bent, causing tape wandering.
you may also have a problem in the electronics, perhaps in the servo circuitry, which has to do with careful control of tape speed, video head rotational speed, and certain other parameters. If electronics are bad, then VCR is likely a tosser, unless it is a high $ rig. Most electronics are disposable these days, unfortunately.