grab the "HD out" cables (That's the Blue-orange-green cable) and plug them into the (front may have a "video 2/3 section") the video 2 (video one probably has your game station, or DVD player if not, plug it into the "video 1" section) and the screen on the camera (may or may not, mine does, my friend's does) turn off, that's OK. Make sure that before you plug it in you've selected AV OUT, not IN. Change the input mode on the tv to match the plug in area's name. Go to menu (you may have to navigate from the tv screen) then "my works" and you're ready to go :)
Grab the Standard-def cable (red-yellow-white) cable and plug it into one of the available Red-Yellow-White ports on the TV, then the rest will be the same as for an HDTV.
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You are not doing anything wrong. For some reason, Aiptek doesn't give you this option on the camera. You have to insert you SD card into a reader and delete it that way. Ya, I know, doesn't make sense. Also, a feature I hate is it does place your videos into one continuous file. Only video clips, so each time you stop then start recording, it creates a new file. Anyway, I've had my Aiptek since 10/2008 and no problems so far. Great indoor videos. Not too crazy about the still pictures though.
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
did you check your "my computer" folder? It should be with the public drives. If you AREN'T on a PC it would be in finder, next to the "Hard disk" (this will have a new name, but it should look like a disc drive) the camera will most likely be represented by a white drive with an eject button next to it.
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.