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Old Jan 14, 2006, 10:31 AM   #1
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is it possible to put movies on to the ddv-7000 i know u can if you use your movies wat u have taken with the camcorder ,,, but movies that you have on your p-c do they need converting :?
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Old Jan 14, 2006, 12:05 PM   #2
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If I could do it with my 4500 (NOT a media player) you can do it with the ddv-7000....i think. What I did was figure out the EXACT details of the files it recorded. Then I went in with a video editing program and changed everything to match. I had to actually rip the audio in .wav form and resave it as IMA-PCM format (that was the main factor causing the file read error). The video was simple, just changed the resolution and made the framerate match as well. Doing that, I got videos to play on my 4500. But they didn't look pretty lol! EXTREME pixelation and sometimes strange colors. But eh at least it played.:G
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Old Jan 15, 2006, 1:20 PM   #3
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this is doing my head in ,,good style ,, i cant convert any thing ,or picture helppppppppppppp meeeeeeeee pleaseeeeeee:xsammylad wrote:
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is it possible to put movies on to the ddv-7000 i know u can if you use your movies wat u have taken with the camcorder ,,, but movies that you have on your p-c do they need converting :?
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