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MPEG-4 - Sony DSC M1

I got a DSCM1 and now I'm having trouble with mpeg4 video. I can't get the right codec to play with Windows Media. Quicktime works but it errors everytime first. Where can I go to get up to speed with mpeg4 and get the right video editing software etc...?

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Re: MPEG-4 - Sony DSC M1

Try to use the QuickTime player, it has the neccessary codec uploaded and the MPEG4 video files are recognized.

Posted on Feb 16, 2007

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The panasonic vidoe are in quicktime - you will need to either download quicktime software to run the vidoe clips or you can convert the file format from quicktime into windows media player format. The codecs you are downloading may convert your files but I am not familiar with GO.

I suggest you download quicktime for now, so you can at least play your vidoes. be sure to check your operating system for the download.

http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/

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