I plug my Aiptek HD 1080p into the computer go to My Computer ...open the video cam...I am reading off the card ...so I open that file....open the the video I want to view and when I open it...it looks as though Windows Media Player has turned it into a file. However, it won't play in the Windows Media Player. I downloaded VLC media player from the internet ....I copy and paste the video to the VLC player and the audio is fine but the video sticks and then jumps to another scene....what can I do to fix this problem?? How should I handle viewing videos in the future on my computer so I don't have this problem again?? Oh, when I play back the video on my camcorder is plays fine....so, I know there is nothing wrong with the video. Please help....Thanks
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For SP1, please use micro SD card up to 32 GB that is class 10 if you want to record 1080p HD video. If you are using a class 10 card and you still cannot view your video, please be sure that you have the H.264 video codec in the video player software in your computer. Also, be sure your computer is compatible with HD video. It should be running either Windows 7 or 8 if it's a PC or OS 10 or higher if it's a Mac. If you are using a class 10 card, have H.264 codec and compatible OS on your computer and still cannot see video, then the camera may be recording corrupted video files in which case, please contact Intova directly by email: email@example.com or call us at 808-837-0074 for customer service/warranty coverage. Thanks
Hi, i got exactly the same problem with my Aiptek Trio Pencam HD, and i solved it !!! :D I opened it, you got to remove 6 screws: 2 screws at the bottom, 2 screws on the side, remove the plastic clip, remove the plastic cover over the cam, it is fixed with adhesive, and remove the last 2 screw. Now open your cam, now you can see the electric circuit of the cam, and on this electric circuit you can see another little circuit with a chip, it is cliped, mine wasn't cliped correctly, try to clip it, and be sure that doesn't move. PS: Sorry for my bad english
There are two way to upload your video's to your pc:
You can upload video to the use of your camcorder connector. Connect your USB cable to your camcorder and plug it to your computer. You need to turn on your camcorder so that it will be recognized by the computer.
You can upload also your video's with the use of memory card reader. Remove your memory card from your camcorder and insert it to the card reader. Plug the card reader to the computer. The computer will recognized the card. Now you can upload your photo's or video's.
My AIPTEK 1080p was powering on but the screen was turning off within one second of turning the unit on. I verified that the camera was still working and just the output onto the screen failed. I was able to resolve this by hooking the camcorder up to the TV and viewing the menus on the TV and then turning the camcorder off with the power button. I think this problem happened because I didn't do a "clean" shutdown the last time I had my aiptek hooked up to the TV. It is now working perfectly!
Are you recording in High Def? When I tried that on mine the same thing happened. That definitely has to be played back on Hi Def TV and the computer probably isn't capable of handling that. Switch to DVD mode, or Web cam mode and you won't have a problem.
For the first user, The screen will cut off on the camera when you plug it into your computer. That is the way it's supposed to work. Make sure your camera is set to webcam. That will be under video resolution in your tools and settings screen. Looking at your camera, it will (or should) be the bottom left button. The camera won't work properly on your computer in Hi Def and that's probably why Yahoo won't recognize it. The resolution is just way too much for it to handle. Hope this helps some.
For the second one, did you install your driver software? Good, had to ask, don't cuss me! (HaHa) Okay, plug in your camera, open the little viewscreen on your camera (this MUST be open or you'll only charge your camera, go to my computer, then to whichever drive your camera is hooked to. It's removable media "L" on my computer, but yours may be different. Click (or double click) on that. You should see an icon that says DCIM, double click. Click on 100 media. Your files should come up. Hope this helps.