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    TTS HD Video and Digital Camera - file format for videos?

    Is there anyone out there who uses at TTS HD Video and Digital Camera who can tell me what file format the video is created / outputted in?

    I need to check that we can upload the video clips onto our school website without me having to convert them all before the school goes and buys some. Being sensible, I thought I'd look on the website and the user guide would tell me ... but apparently not!

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    This one?

    TTS HD Video and Digital Camera

    AVI [Xvid]

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    Yep, that's the one. thanks :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaphc View Post
    Yep, that's the one. thanks :-)
    It was in the user guide...

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    Not so much a case of me RTFM as RTFM properly! Back to elephant juggling for me.

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    I have those....i don't like them..

    EDIT: I should probably be more helpful than that. I personally don't like the build quality. I've had a couple fail now and i haven't had them that long. Maybe i was spoilt by flipcams...

    I wouldn't buy anymore of them.
    Last edited by Little-Miss; 5th February 2014 at 04:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    I wouldn't buy anymore of them.
    We went for Panasonic Lumix DMC-F5 cameras in the end - we tried one of the TTS cameras and weren't that impressed with the image quality. They seemed okay, but £75 for a 5-megapixel camera just seemed a bit much. The Panasonics were £40 each in the end - search for "DMC-F5EB", for some reason you get cheaper prices when you list the full model number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    We went for Panasonic Lumix DMC-F5 cameras in the end - we tried one of the TTS cameras and weren't that impressed with the image quality. They seemed okay, but £75 for a 5-megapixel camera just seemed a bit much. The Panasonics were £40 each in the end - search for "DMC-F5EB", for some reason you get cheaper prices when you list the full model number.
    Oh will keep that in mind. We need more...

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    Ah it was the FLIP cams that I was thinking of when I asked about the file formats, I came across these a few years ago and they were outputting as MP4 files which weren't compatible with anything!

    I've had a look at the image quality on a Hudl as well, just to see if a cheap tablet would do the job and that doesn't seem that good either. I will look at those Panasonic cameras that you mention @dhicks

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