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Old Jun 13, 2004, 4:04 AM   #1
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Finally...

http://olympus-imaging.jp/lineup/dig...ple/index.html



Warning: You better have the most recent quicktime downloaded, otherwise it will not open and you will just wastea lot of time if you are on dial-up.

I have now lost interest in this camera, because I can't stand the problems I have with quicktime files... Very similar to realplayer files, they don't work after a few years because support for the older formatsgets poor... I'm still trying to access this video clip from that site...maybe you'll have better luck.
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Old Jun 18, 2004, 5:54 AM   #2
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install new Quicktime from www.apple.com and you should be able to view - works here.

As for the format: you will burn it to VCD/SVCD/DVD anyway - so why bother?
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Old Jun 20, 2004, 4:17 AM   #3
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River Past Video Cleaner can convert the 770's MPEG4 files to WMV format, a 5Mb clip reduces to either 1.2Mb or 3Mb and plays in Windows Media Player with sound. It looks pretty good buthas slight pixellation on slopingstraight edges in comparison to Quick Timeplaying the original MPEG4 file. It can also convertto a huge AVI file but that looks awful, strange.
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Old Jun 20, 2004, 7:38 AM   #4
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Will lokk at it - thx for the info
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Old Jun 21, 2004, 8:49 AM   #5
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River Past did the job. I downloaded two .MP4 files and converted to AVI to burn em on a SVCD

Had to use TMPGenC for AVI->MPEG conversion. Results are good.
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