Hi Everyone - when I use my T7 to take video footage in daylight, everything plays back as expected. However, when I video in the evening (eg in a restaurant with low-ish lighting or outdoors), the playback on the camera, and when I upload the files to my PC, playback with the image almost pitch-black. I can hear the audio however. If anyone knows how to fix this, please let me know :-)
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At a first guess, i would say you have the video quality settings on the camera too high. These new cameras and video recorders can store very high definition images and at the highest setting a laptop will have trouble playing the footage back without skipping or artifacting.
I would recommend checking the camera settings and lowering the resolution to something more manageable.
you can't ! you have to slow you footage afterwards. Anyway, try to record with a slow speed shutter (1/30th of a second or less) to fluidify your images but if you want to slow down your footage, it's probably because the scene is "fast" and this doesn't could help you anyway !!!
Did you change the file name on the original video? Are you able to put the video back onto the camera? If you changed the file name, you can't put it back onto the camera. It also needs to be in AVI format which is the video format that the camera records in.