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To play on PC your camera has to have cable to PC, plug the cable that you get with camera into sockets at rear of the PC, then download the movie to the PC with Media Player (built in your windows versions). bye David
Page 104 of the advanced camera manual explains how to enable the microphone to be able to record movies with sound. If you do not have that manual it can be downloaded from www.olympusamerica.com website
I have converted home videos on my PC this way. I have a Sony camcorder whose output connects to my firewire card in the PC. I also use windows Movie maker. While it is recording, I don't hear the audio. After saving the file and playing it back, I hear the audio, along with seeing the movie. Windows movie maker allows me to stop, start, and record the movie. It has complete control over the Sony camcorder by using the firewire port on the PC.
You will get sound when you transfer recorded movie clips in your computer and playback in computer.
DSC-S500 Sony Cybershot has built-in mic to record sound but doesn't have speaker to give sound during playback in camera. You need to import movie files in your PC and playback in PC to hear sound.
The movie mode function allows you to record short movie clips. The recorded movies can be played back or stored as still images using the cameras index function. Please note that the D-390 does not record sound in the movie mode.