Question about Aiptek A-HD 720P Flash Media Camcorder
Every time I try to download the videos taken with my HD camcorder to my computer, the pictures pixilate when I try to play them. I am running
Windows Vista and even their media center cannot download them correctly.
This may be due to the fact that the Aiptek A-HD records to a quicktime format. There is a copy of quicktime in the disk that came with the camcorder. Now I don't know if this is quicktime Pro or not (I work on a mac, so quicktime is already installed, but the comps at my school are vista based) but if you don't have quicktime pro (you can check by right clicking on a video in quictime and if some of the options are unusable because they say "pro" next to them, you don't have quicktime PRO. It's $20 for quicktime pro, and it's very well worth the money. You can change format without losing quality, and so much more! Also WMM is not very HD compatible, you should put it in DVD format :) Hope this helped- (youtube user) animation508
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
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