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Video Problem I can't get my camera to copy over a video to my computer. It hasn't ever had any problems like this, I've had it for two years. Mostly the videos I send over are a couple minutes long but this one is nearly 15 minutes long, so is there a limit to the length of the videos I can send over?

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  • Laura Larsen Mar 26, 2014

    Hi Tabitha Ruff, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

    How are you trying to transfer it? Are you using a USB cable, or are you removing the memory card and putting that into your computer directly?

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I think you have a codec problem.You should download a codec pack such as FinalCodecs2008 or K-Lite Codec Pack
Remove any previous installed codec pack and install one of these two and you should't have problems running any movie file! I have FinalCodecs2008 and I didn't had any problems.Hope you'll listen to my advice ;)

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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SOURCE: codex error when downloading to PC

The answer to question one is that there's no problem with your camera, its a setup problem with your computer which should be easy enough to fix. Go to (stands for combined community codec pack) and click on "Download Windows Vista/XP/2K". Once it's downloaded it, run it and click next, yes etc to everything that it asks you, then once it's finished restart your computer. Hopefully once this is done you'll be able to see your videos :)

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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SOURCE: free video download software needed

yes just type in the make into the computer and ask for down load they usually have free ones on manufactures site.

Posted on Mar 25, 2009

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SOURCE: copying videos from the camera to the computer

Ruth when you put the media card into the pc it should read the card and perform and auto play if it does you need to chose open folder to view files. When you do this all the media should appear as thumbnails in the window.. What I do with my media is I will create a new folder on the desktop... right click on the computer screen and scroll to new highlight folder.. .name the folder what you want ... kids pix.//b-day party... etc... I find the easiest way .. and because I'm a visual person is to open the folder I created restore it down smaller on the screen so that both the files from the memory card and my new folder are opened side by side. highlight one image or file on the memory card hit cntrl+A and all should be highlighted ... now just drag them to the new folder that you created once they are they the card should be clean... if you happened to copy then just erase all the images off the card when they are in the folder... hope this helps

Posted on Oct 17, 2009

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SOURCE: can't play video I filmed on my computer

The camera records video in MP4 format that is not natively supported by Vista; you will need to install an alternative player to play these files. Probably best solution is the open source VLC player. If you'd rather stick to a brand name, Apple Quicktime or WinAmp would be the ones to try.

Posted on Dec 08, 2009

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