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Canon A75 Video - AVI File Requires Plug-In

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Anonymous
November 14, 2004 5:48:36 PM

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My Canon A75 stores videos in AVI format.
I thought that the AVI file format was a standard one; apparently not.
Some of my friends and family can play the files, some others get a
msg indicating that a "plugin is required."
If someone understands what's happening and how to resolve the
problem, the help will be appreciated.
Thanks.
- Bob (In Tulsa)

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November 15, 2004 4:55:49 AM

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Yes, I have the Canon A60 and have found the same problem at times playing
my video captures. So a good solution would be nice.

Dan

"Bob In Tulsa" <bobntlsaJUNK@BLOCKmindspring.com> wrote in message
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> My Canon A75 stores videos in AVI format.
> I thought that the AVI file format was a standard one; apparently not.
> Some of my friends and family can play the files, some others get a
> msg indicating that a "plugin is required."
> If someone understands what's happening and how to resolve the
> problem, the help will be appreciated.
> Thanks.
> - Bob (In Tulsa)
November 16, 2004 2:28:31 PM

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On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 14:48:36 -0600, Bob In Tulsa
<bobntlsaJUNK@BLOCKmindspring.com> wrote:

>My Canon A75 stores videos in AVI format.
>I thought that the AVI file format was a standard one; apparently not.
>Some of my friends and family can play the files, some others get a
>msg indicating that a "plugin is required."
>If someone understands what's happening and how to resolve the
>problem, the help will be appreciated.
>Thanks.
>- Bob (In Tulsa)

The simplest answer is to ensure that your friends have QuickTime
installed.

They can get a free version here

http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/

These cameras use the M-JPEG codec for avi, and QuickTime installs
this automatically. It should have come with your camera software.
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Anonymous
November 22, 2004 12:38:53 AM

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On Tue, 16 Nov 2004 11:28:31 +0000, Terry <terry1452@hotmail.com>
wrote:

>On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 14:48:36 -0600, Bob In Tulsa
><bobntlsaJUNK@BLOCKmindspring.com> wrote:
>
>>My Canon A75 stores videos in AVI format.
>>I thought that the AVI file format was a standard one; apparently not.
>>Some of my friends and family can play the files, some others get a
>>msg indicating that a "plugin is required."
>>If someone understands what's happening and how to resolve the
>>problem, the help will be appreciated.
>>Thanks.
>>- Bob (In Tulsa)
>
>The simplest answer is to ensure that your friends have QuickTime
>installed.
>
>They can get a free version here
>
>http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
>
>These cameras use the M-JPEG codec for avi, and QuickTime installs
>this automatically. It should have come with your camera software.
>

Terry, thanks...
That may be a "work around," but I'm not having the problem and I am
viewing the AVI files with Windows Media Player. I want to figure out
why others cannot view the videos. One friend said he can hear the
audio but gets no picture. If someone has had the same probem and was
able to resolve it, I'd be interested in learning how they fixed it
instead of avoiding it.
- Bob (In Tulsa)
Anonymous
November 22, 2004 2:00:35 PM

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The plugin is the mjpeg codec, it is not a standard feature of windows, it
must be installed. You have it, others don't, as simple as that.

There are a lot of codecs that get saved as AVI files.


"Bob In Tulsa" <bobntlsaJUNK@BLOCKmindspring.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:6hn2q0hvbo1gde69on98tgntt5g1m98ki5@4ax.com...
> On Tue, 16 Nov 2004 11:28:31 +0000, Terry <terry1452@hotmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> >On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 14:48:36 -0600, Bob In Tulsa
> ><bobntlsaJUNK@BLOCKmindspring.com> wrote:
> >
> >>My Canon A75 stores videos in AVI format.
> >>I thought that the AVI file format was a standard one; apparently not.
> >>Some of my friends and family can play the files, some others get a
> >>msg indicating that a "plugin is required."
> >>If someone understands what's happening and how to resolve the
> >>problem, the help will be appreciated.
> >>Thanks.
> >>- Bob (In Tulsa)
> >
> >The simplest answer is to ensure that your friends have QuickTime
> >installed.
> >
> >They can get a free version here
> >
> >http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
> >
> >These cameras use the M-JPEG codec for avi, and QuickTime installs
> >this automatically. It should have come with your camera software.
> >
>
> Terry, thanks...
> That may be a "work around," but I'm not having the problem and I am
> viewing the AVI files with Windows Media Player. I want to figure out
> why others cannot view the videos. One friend said he can hear the
> audio but gets no picture. If someone has had the same probem and was
> able to resolve it, I'd be interested in learning how they fixed it
> instead of avoiding it.
> - Bob (In Tulsa)
Anonymous
November 22, 2004 2:50:38 PM

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The plugin is the mjpeg codec, it is not a standard feature of windows, it
must be installed. You have it, others don't, as simple as that. You can see
this by going to the control panel then the sound and multimedia icon and
see what video codec's you have. There you will see a lot of codec's that
get saved as part of AVI files, the other part been the audio codec.


"Bob In Tulsa" <bobntlsaJUNK@BLOCKmindspring.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:6hn2q0hvbo1gde69on98tgntt5g1m98ki5@4ax.com...
> On Tue, 16 Nov 2004 11:28:31 +0000, Terry <terry1452@hotmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> >On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 14:48:36 -0600, Bob In Tulsa
> ><bobntlsaJUNK@BLOCKmindspring.com> wrote:
> >
> >>My Canon A75 stores videos in AVI format.
> >>I thought that the AVI file format was a standard one; apparently not.
> >>Some of my friends and family can play the files, some others get a
> >>msg indicating that a "plugin is required."
> >>If someone understands what's happening and how to resolve the
> >>problem, the help will be appreciated.
> >>Thanks.
> >>- Bob (In Tulsa)
> >
> >The simplest answer is to ensure that your friends have QuickTime
> >installed.
> >
> >They can get a free version here
> >
> >http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
> >
> >These cameras use the M-JPEG codec for avi, and QuickTime installs
> >this automatically. It should have come with your camera software.
> >
>
> Terry, thanks...
> That may be a "work around," but I'm not having the problem and I am
> viewing the AVI files with Windows Media Player. I want to figure out
> why others cannot view the videos. One friend said he can hear the
> audio but gets no picture. If someone has had the same probem and was
> able to resolve it, I'd be interested in learning how they fixed it
> instead of avoiding it.
> - Bob (In Tulsa)
Anonymous
November 22, 2004 3:21:58 PM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.dcameras (More info?)

The plugin is the mjpeg codec, it is not a standard feature of windows, it
must be installed. You have it, others don't, as simple as that. You can see
this by going to the control panel then the sound and multimedia icon and
see what video codec's you have. There you will see a lot of codec's that
get saved as part of AVI files, the other part being the audio codec.

"Bob In Tulsa" <bobntlsaJUNK@BLOCKmindspring.com> escreveu na mensagem
news:6hn2q0hvbo1gde69on98tgntt5g1m98ki5@4ax.com...
> On Tue, 16 Nov 2004 11:28:31 +0000, Terry <terry1452@hotmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> >On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 14:48:36 -0600, Bob In Tulsa
> ><bobntlsaJUNK@BLOCKmindspring.com> wrote:
> >
> >>My Canon A75 stores videos in AVI format.
> >>I thought that the AVI file format was a standard one; apparently not.
> >>Some of my friends and family can play the files, some others get a
> >>msg indicating that a "plugin is required."
> >>If someone understands what's happening and how to resolve the
> >>problem, the help will be appreciated.
> >>Thanks.
> >>- Bob (In Tulsa)
> >
> >The simplest answer is to ensure that your friends have QuickTime
> >installed.
> >
> >They can get a free version here
> >
> >http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
> >
> >These cameras use the M-JPEG codec for avi, and QuickTime installs
> >this automatically. It should have come with your camera software.
> >
>
> Terry, thanks...
> That may be a "work around," but I'm not having the problem and I am
> viewing the AVI files with Windows Media Player. I want to figure out
> why others cannot view the videos. One friend said he can hear the
> audio but gets no picture. If someone has had the same probem and was
> able to resolve it, I'd be interested in learning how they fixed it
> instead of avoiding it.
> - Bob (In Tulsa)
Anonymous
November 29, 2004 1:38:29 AM

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D52...

Makes sense to me. I saw all three of your replies to my post.

Thanks for the help.



On Mon, 22 Nov 2004 11:00:35 -0000, "d52" <d52@netcapo.pt> wrote:

>The plugin is the mjpeg codec, it is not a standard feature of windows, it
>must be installed. You have it, others don't, as simple as that.
>
>There are a lot of codecs that get saved as AVI files.
>
>
>"Bob In Tulsa" <bobntlsaJUNK@BLOCKmindspring.com> escreveu na mensagem
>news:6hn2q0hvbo1gde69on98tgntt5g1m98ki5@4ax.com...
>> On Tue, 16 Nov 2004 11:28:31 +0000, Terry <terry1452@hotmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> >On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 14:48:36 -0600, Bob In Tulsa
>> ><bobntlsaJUNK@BLOCKmindspring.com> wrote:
>> >
>> >>My Canon A75 stores videos in AVI format.
>> >>I thought that the AVI file format was a standard one; apparently not.
>> >>Some of my friends and family can play the files, some others get a
>> >>msg indicating that a "plugin is required."
>> >>If someone understands what's happening and how to resolve the
>> >>problem, the help will be appreciated.
>> >>Thanks.
>> >>- Bob (In Tulsa)
>> >
>> >The simplest answer is to ensure that your friends have QuickTime
>> >installed.
>> >
>> >They can get a free version here
>> >
>> >http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
>> >
>> >These cameras use the M-JPEG codec for avi, and QuickTime installs
>> >this automatically. It should have come with your camera software.
>> >
>>
>> Terry, thanks...
>> That may be a "work around," but I'm not having the problem and I am
>> viewing the AVI files with Windows Media Player. I want to figure out
>> why others cannot view the videos. One friend said he can hear the
>> audio but gets no picture. If someone has had the same probem and was
>> able to resolve it, I'd be interested in learning how they fixed it
>> instead of avoiding it.
>> - Bob (In Tulsa)
>
>
>

- Bob (In Tulsa)
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