samsung i5 video

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  1. lizm

    lizm New Member

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    I can view the videos I record on my camera on my laptop, but cannot open them on other computers. What can I do to open them! I've looked to see on the samsung website if there is a driver to download but the website was useless. They didn't have any camera drivers.

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    They may be in a particular format that the Samsung movie player software can handle. Their software may be able to convert the movies to other formats, but I'm not positive.
     
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    so how would I be able to view them?

    Everytime I try to open them it says there is an error downloading codec!!

    It has put me off buying samsung again - the only way I can let anyone else view them is by downloading them onto YouTube and frankly, my videos aren't that interesting!

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    What movie player are you trying to play them in now? Windows Media Player? Quicktime Player?

    Here's some more info that I found here: http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/I5/I5A.HTM

     
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    thanks for all of your help ben!
    I've been trying to open them with windows media player and real player.

    I use windows media player on my laptop at home and that works there!

    On other computers if I use media player and I just get the sound.

    It is really frustrating! Is there a way I can save them from my laptop so that other computers can open them?!

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    It sounds like your computer has all the codecs that Windows Media Player needs to play it correctly. Other computers would have to have the same codecs, or a different media player that has the codecs built-in already.
     
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