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Archos AV400

Discussion in 'Video Streaming Boxes & Services' started by Buster044, Aug 11, 2005.

  1. Buster044

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    Hi,

    Does anyone know of any software that can repair corrupt videos created on an Archos AV400.

    Lately I've been getting,
    'Cannot play video'
    'File is damaged or incomplete'

    I have the latest firmware installed.

    Any help would be much appreciated.
     
  2. lurcher

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    What have you recorded on the Archos ?
    Is it from TV/Sky ? Or are you recording from DVD ?
     
  3. Buster044

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    Neither, the recording was made using a bullit camera attached to the AV440 and the camera attached to motorbike. Venue, Donington Park... :thumbsup: :nono:

    I was able to view the videos but somehow they have become corrupt.
     
  4. lurcher

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    Oh I see , sorry cant help you. Just as a matter of interest how did you connect the camera to the Archos ?
    Just fiddling around myself with in car recording.
     
  5. Buster044

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    I bought the AV400 audio/video cable and connected the camera to that.
    I did consider hacking the cradle that came with the Archos but thought better of it.

    The camera had a normal type RCA connector.
    The AV440 recognised it straight away
     

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