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Old 22nd of August 2007 (Wed)   #1
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Unhappy Canon video player


I have a big problem! I have canon ixsus 60.
So i download movie from camera to pc, and try to play it in media player, vlc, mplayer, it is shown like fast forward video! sound is squeiling, picture is moving too fast... a few times it worked fine in windows media player... What in hell is wrong with my codecs or players or camera?
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