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Problem w/ canon g9 camera

When i playback my videos they are playing in fast forward with no sound. how do i get the camera to playback the video in regular speed with sound?

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  • Anonymous Aug 07, 2008

    videos are playing in fast forward and no sound.

  • prakash49 Aug 12, 2008

    When I record with video option, it records and play backwith very fast speed. No sound. How do I fixit? Jay

  • dogooder88 Aug 25, 2008

    About half the time I shoot video, my g9 experiences this same problem. I find it most prevelant with standard memory cards which have a capacity of a gig or greater. Any help

    1) not having this recur and

    2) how to salvage what I've shot



    is greatly appreciated.



    Michael

  • boby_nair Sep 21, 2008

    High speed playback

  • sharis Nov 08, 2008

    Same problem exactly. Fast forward and no sould. Help!!

    Shari

  • russgrove Nov 20, 2008

    I had the same problem of video playback fast with no sound. I called Canon tech service and they worked me through the problem. I seems that I accidentally turned the ring around the function set button when in video mode and turned the video from Standard mode to Time Lapse. Setting to Standard fixed the problem.

  • crapule Nov 21, 2008

    made same mistakes but is there a way to get my video back to normal speed wit sound at all???
    samson_guillaume@hotmail.com
    thx A LOOOTTT

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I saw several comments about recovering video that has been shot in time lapse mode and just thought I would let you know you cannot. I called Canon to ask.

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You may have knocked the control dial to time lapse mode, one setting away from standard mode. Having just experienced this on our new camera. Now know what caused it, does anyone know how to recover the videos that are quick in their playback?
thankyou

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Make sure that you're not on timelapse, it should be standard to do a regular playback.

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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