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How to convert MPEG4 movie (Extra Fine Mode)

When you play an MPEG movie (QVGA 30fps) recorded in Extra Fine Mode (XF Mode) with SV-AV25 or SV-AV50 on a PC in which the [MPEG4 PLUG IN](*1) is not installed, use the bundled software [SD-MovieStage].
The [SD-MOVIESTAGE] has a convenient Conversion Function to convert MPEG4 movie (QVGA 30fps) recorded in the extra-fine (XF) Mode4 with SV-AV25 or SV-AV50 to an MPEG movie playable on other PCs.

(*1) To play an MPEG4 movie in XF Mode, [MPEG4 PLUG IN] bundled with SV-AV25/AV50 is required.

NOTE:
Windows Media Player 6.4 or above is required to play the movie. Also you will need to have the Internet access the first time you play the converted file for WMP6.4 to download the software needed to play the audio components.

Converting MPEG4 movie recorded in XF Mode

Start [SD-MovieStage] and display the list of contents on the SD Memory Card.

Set the SD Memory Card on which the movie to be converted has been recorded, and start [SD-MovieStage]. If you click on the SD Memory Card Icon in the Media Field of [SD-MovieStage], the contents on the SD Memory Card will be displayed.

  • * To install [SD-MovieStage], refer to the instructions provided in the instruction manual for SV-AV25/AV50.
  • * If the SD Memory Card Icon is not displayed in the Media Field, click on the [MEDIA SCAN] button.

Copy the movie to be converted (XF Mode) onto the hard disk.

From the Contents Field of [SD-MovieStage], drag and drop the movie to be converted onto the (HDD) Icon.

A copy of the movie to be converted is now on the hard disk.

Convert the movie

Click on the (HDD) Icon to display the list of contents on the hard disk. From the Contents Field choose the movie copied in and click on the

The Convert Window is displayed. Select [OUTPUT FORMAT] as [D-snap (SV-AV25/AV50)], and select [IMAGE QUALITY] as [HIGH].
When you click on [OK], it starts converting the movie.

  • * The quality of the image and the sound may deteriorate during conversion.
  • * The size of the converted file will be different from that of the original file.

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