Sanyo Xacti (VPC C5E) digital movie camera NOT STARTING UP
My Sanyo Xacti (VPC C5E) digital movie camera was woking fine for more than one year : until yesterday evening i.e. when suddently it has stopped functioning. So it is not starting up at all and when I dock it (to charge the battery and to check possibility of battery being down) it just shows the green light meaning that the battery is full. There seems to be no way of starting up the Xacti. Any clues please?
Re: Sanyo Xacti (VPC C5E) digital movie camera NOT...
This sounds like the same problem my daughter has with her camera (same model). Have sent it away to be repaired and have been told it needs a new MAIN PCB. The total cost is £232.65 !!! We are still looking around to see if we can get it done cheeper !
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You can write a data dvd that will play on any DIVX or XVID dvd player that supports this format:
" ISOstandard MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (AAC audio)."
Some Blue-Ray players play this format, like Sony's PS3. The PS3 will play these videos from a thumbdrive.
Some Sanyo camcorders ship with a disk containing commercial software to convert your .MP4 videos to standard dvd video, such as Ulead MovieFactory. If you have lost your disk, Sanyo will not allow you to download it from the website. I cannot recommend where to download commercial software, such as MovieFactory or Nero Vision.
If you can't find it, just plug the camera in, go to start > my computer and under "devices with removable storage"...you should be able to click on the card and open it up then copy it to a folder on your computer. I'm not sure what format the videos are saved in, but my digital camera does little movies in .mov and all I do it drag them into a folder for future use.
Sorry I couldn't be much of help. Good luck on the search.