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Can i play back my video clips back in a continuous loop instead of one clip at a time

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So what do you need help with
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The default is to start a new clip every time you press the stop button, but in settings you might be able to tell the camera to continue with the same clip provided you press record again with a set time. Not sure why you want to do this though - it's much easier to edit using small clips than very large ones.

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Can you please tell me how to delete individual frames without deleting everything. I have had a bad experience and don't want to repeat it. I can't find my manual....Thanks


Video clip cutting (extracting)
1
Display the video clip from which you wish to extract a segment.
2
Display the NORMAL Mode
Playback Menu (page 37), select
"EDIT VIDEO, and press the
button.

3
Select CUT!! and press the SET
button.
The Cutting Screen appears.

4
Specify the start point of the extract.
Use the procedure below to specify the frame from which the video clip extract will start.
• Play the video clip until approximately the desired point, pause the video clip, then play the video clip one frame at a time, stopping at
start point of the extract. This will be the first frame of the extract.
• If the start point of the video clip is also the start point of the extract, proceed to step 5.

Play:
After pausing playback, press and hold the SET button to the right
about 2 seconds for forward playback, or to the left for reverse playback.
Pause:
During playback, press the SET button.
Accelerated playback:
During playback, toggle the SET button to the left or right to change the playback speed.
Single frame:
After pausing playback, toggle the SET button to the right to move forward one frame, or to the left to move back one frame.
5
Toggle the SET button up.
• The start point of the video clip
extract is set, and the screen
•Specify the end point of the
extract by following the same
procedure as in step 5.
a. Toggle the SET button down.
Each time the SET button
toggled down, the sections
delete and the sections to
save are reversed.
b. Specify the end point of the extract. The frame following
end point of the extract will
the start point of the latter portion to be joined.
6

Press the VIDEO CAMERA button.
A screen appears for you to select either to save the edited video clip as a new (separate) file, or to delete the original video clip and replace it with the edited video clip.
SAVE AS NEW:
The edited video clip will be saved as a new file. The original video clip remains unchanged.
OVERWRITE:
The original video clip will be deleted. Only the edited video clip will be saved.
REVIEW CLIP:
Play back the edited video clip before saving it.
7
Select the desired option, and press the SET button.
• Editing starts.
• When editing ends, you are returned to the NORMAL Mode Playback
Menu.


I think this is what you are after if this isn't what you need you can find the manual at
http://www.retrevo.com/support/Sanyo-VPC-CG9-Camcorders-manual/id/18378dj397/t/2/



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How do i play whats on the memory card nothing plays video only audio. or what do i need to convert it


First, make sure you have it on CARD (and not DISK), and on the "playback" (and not record) mode. Next, does the camera play back other video clips normally, but just not a specific clip ?
Does the selected video clip frame (index) shown on the LCD screen have a picture ? If not, i.e. it is blank (dark), then it is likely that no video was recorded (i.e. just the audio) when you were shooting that video clip.
If there is a picture (of the video clip frame index on the LCD screen) and only audio is playing, try downloading the clip (from the SD card) to your computer, or simply try to play the video on the SD card (inserted directly into your SD card reader on your computer, or via a USB SD card reader) and see if the video clip will play normally on your computer.

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When I watch a movie/video clip from a DVD or online my laptop performs -very- poorly. It will "skip" ahead to various parts or take forever to play and will not play continuously. How can I fix this?


Hello.

I would suggest that you upgrade or reinstall the video software that you are using, such as Windows Media Player.

But, you didn't indicate if the Only time your laptop performs poorly occurs when watching a movie or video clip. If your laptop is slow in other ways as well, let us know.

Hope this helps.

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Cannot get video clips (mpg) to show up on mp4 player


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How to play audio clip in java


  • Create an AudioClip object
  • Load .au sound file into AudioClip
  • Play sounds once or loop continuously
  • Stop playback


Here's how the code for these steps looks:
import java.applet.*;
AudioClip ac = getAudioClip(getCodeBase(), soundFile);
ac.play(); //play once
ac.stop(); //stop playing
ac.loop(); //play continuously


It would seem logical to use this same code to play audio clips in a Java application. Unfortunately, if you do that you will get errors from the compiler. Why? Because the AudioClip object and the getAudioClip() method are part of the java.applet package -- and are not part of applications. The good news is we can dive down and make things work ourselves.
The trick to solving this problem is to use some undocumented features that are provided by Sun in its JDK. Taking a peek inside the classes.zip file from the Sun JDK (using any of the various zipfile utilities), we find not only the standard Java packages such as java.applet but also sun.audio. (These are in the directory sun/audio.)
The sun.audio package contains everything we need to be able to play audio clips! Here's the code:
import sun.audio.*; //import the sun.audio package
import java.io.*;
//** add this into your application code as appropriate
// Open an input stream to the audio file.
InputStream in = new FileInputStream(Filename);
// Create an AudioStream object from the input stream.
AudioStream as = new AudioStream(in);
// Use the static class member "player" from class AudioPlayer to play
// clip.
AudioPlayer.player.start(as);
// Similarly, to stop the audio.
AudioPlayer.player.stop(as);


To use a URL as the audio stream source, substitute the following for the input stream and audio stream setup:
AudioStream as = new AudioStream (url.openStream());


Playing the audio stream continuously adds a bit more complexity:
// Create audio stream as discussed previously.
// Create AudioData source.
AudioData data = as.getData();
// Create ContinuousAudioDataStream.
ContinuousAudioDataStream cas = new ContinuousAudioDataStream (data);
// Play audio.
AudioPlayer.player.play (cas);
// Similarly, to stop the audio.
AudioPlayer.player.stop (cas);

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I dont know how to run my video clips continueously without stopping to press play again for the next video clip. I have a Jazz Elite HDV 178.


Often you won't have that option. What you will want to do is to use video editing software on your computer to string together the ones you want to play continuously and then save that. I believe that with the HDV178 software you can reload an edited video to your cam so that you can play it back on the cam to show friends without having to carry a DVD or computer with you.

Hope that helps.

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Windows movie maker


Ok so you just made a film in moviemaker, were you gonna play it? on the computer, if so why not just loop it in windows media player instead.

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I wonder if you're having an issue with just this specific video clip or all video clips? If it's just one video clip then I suspect htat it's a file corruption with this one clip. Have the person who sent it to you resend.

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try quick time software for play back. Tell me what file extention your video files shows.

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