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Trouble with videos

I don't know what happened; I used to have no problem with taking short videos on the camera. Now when I do, the video ends up so fuzzy when I load it onto the computer. The other difference I am noticing is that when I review the video on the screen, it is much smaller than the full screen ... it has a blank border around the video. That never happened before. I am hoping that one of my daughters changed a setting that I can change back but I can't figure it out. I have some cute videos of my grandson crawling and they are basically useless now!! Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks.

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Good Day, your resolution was changed to 160, thats why it has blank borders during playback, return to 640 fine or standard resolution by pressing the garbage/pail button while in video clip mode, move cursor up to 640, its up to you fine or standard, fine mode is more detailed and will eat up more memory space. hope this will help, thanks

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