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Viewing video files on camera

I renamed all my video files (on the hard drive) on my PC while attached to the camera. Now I can't view them from the camera. How do I rename them to view again from the camera?

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I referenced the manual, and with the help from David at a local 1 hour photo shop, he helped me rename the files correctly and copied them and moved them to the EXMOV folder and back on the camera.

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