SJCAM M20 ISSUES WITH PLAYBACK & EDITING IN WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER

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  1. Kathryn Saunders

    Kathryn Saunders New Member

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    Hi all :)

    Just got my new camera a couple of days ago. I recorded footage and it comes out in a bunch of small video's. How to change this? Also when trying to playback in windows media player or even in my video studio software they won't fully play and I than get windows media player crashing or my studio software crashes. I unplug the camera and try again and it trys for a bit to work and than does the same thing. WHAT TO DO! PLEASE HELP. :)

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    Hello!
    Simply disable the "DOUBLE FILE" function.
    So the camera only generates 1 video file.

    Also disable the "LOOP RECORDING" function in video mode
     
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    Thank you! That was already done and it still did it. So I changed out the SD card and so far so good!!! I will keep in touch to let you know how it goes.
     
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    Hi @Kathryn Saunders

    And what is your experience after changing SD card? If it helped, could you tell us what kind of SD card you used before and after change - what size, brand, model.

    Regards - McVik
     

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