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Transfering videos from Camera to LapTop

After I transfer videos from Camera to my LapTop windowsXP home,videos looks like slow-motion Audio is normal,How to burn them on CD as VCD ,SVCD or DVD ?Do I have to convert first? I have Nero!lets say after I burn on CD will be also like Slowmotion?please tell me what to do and How to do!!thank you very much in advance

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Re: transfering videos from Camera to LapTop

Many things could be causing this. It could have to do with your media player settings or the codec... Or the problem could also be with your video card, ram allocation, processor speed, ect.... I think the problem has to do with your codec or media settings. I would suggest that you try downloading the VLC media player to see if it plays the movies ok. VLC MEDIA PLAYER http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html If it does then you know the problem is with your media player and you can try to find a solution. I hope this helps,

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Re: transfering videos from Camera to LapTop

The same by me on WXP or W2k + MP9 or MP10........ Maybe slow CPU? P3/800+256MB RAM... On Linux (Mandrake 10.1+Amarok) or W98SE + MP7.1 ------ O.K. You can of course convert the video (you need it eighter for video editing software to create DVD) to DV or MPEG2.. See my other post.. --

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Re: transfering videos from Camera to LapTop

Not from the SD card!! from computer with WindowsMediaplayer 10!!

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