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Debbie Houska
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I bought a new camera that record video in HD. I copied to computer but it was jerky. The video is in .mov format. I downloaded VLC media player and am able to watch the video with no problems. I always take my pictures & video and burn to dvd with windows media player. Can't do it. I bought this program and converted the .mov video to WMA. I get the video, but it has no sound. I wish I had just kept my old camera. Any suggestions.

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I bought a new camera that record video in HD. I copied to computer but it was jerky. The video is in .mov format. I downloaded VLC media player and am able to watch the video with no problems. I always take my pictures & video and burn to dvd with windows media player. Can't do it. I bought this program and converted the .mov video to WMA. I get the video, but it has no sound. I wish I had just kept my old camera. Any suggestions.

 

Use "Any Video Converter (link)" free to convert the mov files to mpg2.

 

What computer do you have? what operating system? What video device do you have - card or built in? The jerkiness is usually because the computer or the video card/chip is not powerful enough to work with HD video.

 

Do you have a blu-ray player that will play AVCHD discs? If not and you don't intend to actually use high definition video, then you can return the camera. Unless you are making a blu-ray disc or AVCHD disc everything will be rendered down to standard definition usually 720 by 480 if you want to play the video back on a standard DVD player.

 

Why use Media Player? It is redundant with what you can do with this program and the "Edit Video -Advanced" and the "Create DVD" applications. This program has more and better options. Perhaps watching these (link) will show you some things about this program. ("Edit Video-Advanced" is the same as "Video Wave" in standard definition.

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