Wow this is serious
Wow this is serious
does it appear all the time in the video?
try updating the firmware 1st if there is any.
reset to default factory settings and try the video record again.
most probably its just a software(codec) issue/glitch. but if can't be solve then need to sent to service center to check.
bro, it appears OK on the 3" screen of the camera but once its on computer, the "mosaic" appears. And surprisingly my firmware is updated when i brought it.
what software you use in your computer?
calvin, im only opening the video files using windows media player on windows 7 platform. my camera firm ware is up-to-date :1.1.0
if it play well on your camera but not on your pc then its most probably the s/w codec issue on your media player/win7..
can you download a trial version of Adobe Premier and try load the video up and play it.
don't rely on windows media player. it has codec issue sometimes. as recommended by most of forumers here, install original software that comes with the package otherwise use another media player. there are a lot out there, most of it is free. for me, i personally recommend KMPlayer. it comes build-in with necessary codec. I don't have any problem playing medias on this software so far, if it has, it is because of media file is corrupted.
It is codec issue, as long it plays ok in you camera dont
worry about it
Try load your video on Window Live Movie Maker instead of Window Media Player. If it plays smoothly on WLMM, then it's your WMM that is not up to date.
Logically, if it plays smoothly on your camera, not the camera fault at all.
One thing to remember is to check your SD Card class, AFAIK, it only work good on Class 6 and above.
If you say you camera playback is a-ok! dont worry! it's not firmware problem or anything else.. it jsut boils back down to the computer you're using... as most of the forumers here told you it's you computer issue... well technically it is your computer issue.. lol
Reason being is that all the videos captured are then compressed into a format compression that 'taxes' the computer's CPU on playback... eg: formats are like AVCHD and/or H.264"which is what your camera i using)... It's just your computer's CPU that cannot handle the amount of stress/load from the video playback... and also Windows Media Player isn't at all that fantastic... Try QuickTimes or VLC... they're one of the best so far!
Hahaha, now that's a very very subjective question as many of the forumers here had discussed about.
What I mainly used is Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 for cutting and Adobe After Effects CS5 for colour grading and textual graphics. On a Mac, any day Final Cut Studio 2.
But those programmes I mentioned are quite expensive! Due to the exchange rate from USD to MYR, even if it was Student Pricing... still cost an arm an a leg, but they are very very powerful tools!
There's also Avid and Sony Vegas Pro (I don't know either of these NLE*Non Linear Editing* softwares, but they are advance yet simple enough to use and play around, Oh and i heard the i THHHHHINK the Sony Vegas Pro is free to use?)
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