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DSLR 720p Video File importing into the Photo app on iPad

Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by ElConde_73, Oct 7, 2010.

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    I have an issue with importing mjpeg files from my DSLR. I have 2 videos that i shot recently, and only one of them are viewable on the ipad the other i get a movie icon and i can only import but not view.

    Here are the file info:

    The file that can be viewed on the ipad
    Frame Size & FPS - 1280 x 720, 24fps
    Length: 2616 Frames (1m 48s)
    Decompressor: Internal Motion JPEG decoder (MJPEG)
    Number of key frames: 2616
    Min/avg/max/total key frame size: 166568/187040/211816 (4777831k)
    Data Rate: 35912 kbps

    File that was not viewable on the ipad:
    Frame Size & FPS - 1280 x 720, 24fps
    Length: 7872 Frames (5m 27s)
    Decompressor: Internal Motion JPEG decoder (MJPEG)
    Number of key frames: 7872
    Min/avg/max/total key frame size: 176120/184694/188456 (1419836k)
    Data Rate: 35462 kbps

    Any ideas why the last file cant be viewed on the ipad? Same file type and camera.

    Thanks
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    My Camera is a Pentax K-X w/ 720p Video @ 24FPS. I am using a Class 6 SDHC memory card.
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    Next post will be the screenshots of the video file info that posted in the first post. (trying to get my first 3 posts out of the way)
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    I am having the same issue with my Sony Handycam. Did you ever get a resolution that you could share? That said, I think the Sony shoots in MPEG4 (HD) or MPEG2 (SD).

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