Fuji Finepix E510 digital camera video conversion for "Camera" playback

Discussion in 'Fuji' started by maz3591023, Feb 19, 2006.

  1. maz3591023

    maz3591023 Guest

    i want to share external video footage taken from various media formats
    (not the camera) and replay it as AVI format on a Fuji Finepix E510
    digital camera, but no matter how close i get the video file
    conversions to the Fuji format they still show on the camera as "Read
    Error". can anyone suggest what software will perform the task
    correctly. currently have tried AVIedit, WinAVI converter, smartsoft
    video converter all without success.
     
    maz3591023, Feb 19, 2006
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  2. take a video using the camera , copy to hard drive and use gspot
    http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/video_tools/gspot.cfm
    to tell you exactly what codec etc it records with.

    now convert other files you want to watch to the same codec.
    Gary MacKenzie
    Video Editor
     
    Gary MacKenzie, Feb 19, 2006
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  3. maz3591023

    maz3591023 Guest

    have already tried this using both gspot and AVIcodec to identify the
    correct codec, which is Morgan Multimedia M-JPEG V3. i have the latest
    version on my pc and have already done extensive trial conversions
    using that codec, but without sucess. the only difference i can spot
    between formats is that Gspot describes the actual camera video stream
    format as "AVI", IMRR as "n.s" and I/L as "not supported".
    Gspot describes the external converted files stream formats as "OpenDML
    AVI", IMRR as "n.a" and I/L as "n.a"
    what is the best file converter software to use for this task?
     
    maz3591023, Feb 19, 2006
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  4. 320 × 240 pixels at 10 fps for a maximum clip length of 1 minute.
    160 x 120 pixels at 10 fps for a maximum clip length of 3 minutes

    send me one of the clips you want converted and i'll see if i can make
    one that works.
    Gary MacKenzie
    Video Editor
     
    Gary MacKenzie, Feb 19, 2006
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    Hanson Woo Guest

    Hanson Woo, Feb 20, 2006
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