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Old 11-22-2012, 09:31 AM - Thread Starter
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Seems odd to me that I get a "Audio Format Not Supported" message each time I attempt to play a MOV file recorded from my camera. The video portion plays normally.

The properties of a typical MOV file from my camera are:

Video:

Frame Width/Height: 1280/720p

Bitrate: 14124kbps

Framerate: 30fps

Audio:

Bitrate: 256

Channels: (2) Stereo

Audio Sample Rate: 16kHz

My guess is that the audio portion is creating the issue, i.e., 2 channel stereo. If it is, then I hope a firmware update can resolve the issue. Many more cameras are incorporating stereo recording for MOV files.

I have no issues with MTS files (AVCHD) so far, because I'm assuming the sound is recorded in single channel - mono.

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