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Slow capturing why is my camera moves slow when I'm shooting a movie? Nythin wrong with ma cam o what? Pls help...

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It depends on the camera u used. Check your memory card.

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Canon ixus 75


Unfortunately, no. By recording in fast mode, the camera captured fewer frames than usual. When played back at the normal speed, the action appears faster than normal. Because the camera recorded fewer frames, there is no way to make up for the images that were not captured. You could slow down the playback, but the result would be a jerky, jumpy video.
Now, if you had accidentally captured the video in slow motion, you could then throw away some of the intervening frames and recreate a normal-speed video.

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Assuming that you want to do your video work later (editing,DVD burning)in your PC.


1.Your PC must have video capture device(either built-in or add-on).
2.Properly set your video editing software to able to capture video form your device.
3.Connect your camera to your PC in regular manner,like when you connect it to your TV.
4.Have your camera in PLAYBACK mode.wind the tape to the beginning of the footage you want to capture.
5.Open your editing software.turn on capture mode.
6.Start capture.At the same time,start playing back the footage on the cam.
7.When all footage were captured,click stop capture.
8.Start your editing work.
9.when complete,save it to some uncompressed video format like *.avi for later burning to DVD or converting to other format.



For beginners,I recommend Windows Movie Maker video editing software that should come bundled in almost every computer.It's fast,simple but effective enough for home-movie work.Once your project is completed,save your movie in original .avi format for later burning to DVD,etc.



BTW forget the old-school Linear Editing (on the tape) thing.It's slow,complicate and much less flexible than Non-Linear method.

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How can i edit the video if i finish filming


Assuming that you want to do your video editing in the PC rather than on the tape.


1.Your PC must have video capture device(either built-in or add-on).
2.Properly set your video editing software to able to capture video form your device.
3.Connect your camera to your PC in regular manner,like when you connect it to your TV.
4.Have your camera in PLAYBACK mode.wind the tape to the beginning of the footage you want to capture.
5.Open your editing software.turn on capture mode.
6.Start capture.At the same time,start playing back the footage on the cam.
7.When all footage were captured,click stop capture.
8.Start your editing work.
9.when complete,save it to some uncompressed video format like *.avi for later burning to DVD or converting to other format.



For beginners,I recommend Windows Movie Maker video editing software that should come bundled in almost every computer.It's fast,simple but effective enough for home-movie work.



BTW forget the old-school Linear Editing (on the tape) thing.It's slow,complicate and much less flexible than Non-Linear method.

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I want to film with a sony 2000x zoom going straight to my lap top but don't know how


this is possible only if the camera have a web-cam mode...or ...anyway try to open the windows movie maker ..and capture from device..open the camera in shooting mode..and try to see if it works ..I know it works with web cameras that why I said to put it in web-cam mode to avoid storing the capture in the camera ..anyway it may store it and stream it to windows movie maker in the same time ...If you do not have any other software use it ..

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this is due to incorrect drivers choosen for cam...just uninstall all apps related to cam alongwith drivers and reinstall them...

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Hi...

Mobile performece would be slow due to following reasons.

If you are using 1GB or 512 MB with limited space

Phonememory might have reached to low memory.

File size and resolution may be High,,

Try this below:

Move all files messages,images,videos,apps from Phone to MMC>

Now try to capture new videos your issue should resolve..if issue still persists go through 2 nd option

Enter the reset code to do factory settings.*#7370#

enter securitycode which you are using or default is 12345

Now, try to use camera your issue should resolve.

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Hi.

The S3 and other canons record AVIs as Motion JPEGS.

they should play in media player, but you may need to download a codec.

I use VEMoDe, a free movie converter. this may work for you. For playing on the PC I recommend the "Pocket PC' or Pocket PC VGA setting.

Thanks.

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