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How To Record In Mp4 On Canon 7d EOS

P2skater1
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My 7d eos records video in the .mov format and it is unviewable on my android phone (LG G4) after I move the video files over from the cameras sd card to my phone. I have to use an app that converts videos from .mov to .mp4, but it makes the videos fuzzy and lowers the overall sharpness and quality. Any advice/help on how I can get the clean videos onto my phone?

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@P2skater1 wrote:
What program do you recommend?

You have already been asked if you use the Canon application.  Not the EOS Utility, but the Movie Utility, which requires that you use a computer.  

 

You have no idea what you are doing, nor what you are talking about.  You are trying to mate two different generations of technology, an older camera and a late model smart phone.  You have a camera that pre-dates SD cards and today’s wireless technology.  In the other hand, you have a smart phone that thinks your camera is a dinosaur, which it is.

Even if you were handy dandy with electronics, you would have a hard time trying to jury rig something together.  Give up on the idea of making a direct connection to your smart phone with a camera that does not know what wireless even means.

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kvbarkley
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Are you using the Canon App?

P2skater1
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I tried the canon app, but my camera doesn't have Wi-Fi connection (at least I don't think). Is there a way to connect my phone and camera via a wire?

Waddizzle
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Legend

Your problem appears to be with the conversion application that you are using to convert mp4 to mov.

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P2skater1
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What program do you recommend?


@P2skater1 wrote:
What program do you recommend?

You have already been asked if you use the Canon application.  Not the EOS Utility, but the Movie Utility, which requires that you use a computer.  

 

You have no idea what you are doing, nor what you are talking about.  You are trying to mate two different generations of technology, an older camera and a late model smart phone.  You have a camera that pre-dates SD cards and today’s wireless technology.  In the other hand, you have a smart phone that thinks your camera is a dinosaur, which it is.

Even if you were handy dandy with electronics, you would have a hard time trying to jury rig something together.  Give up on the idea of making a direct connection to your smart phone with a camera that does not know what wireless even means.

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"The right mouse button is your friend."

Hi, Waddizzle and P2skater1!

 

We'd love to keep the Canon Community Forum a friendly place where polite, civilized conversations occur, and we would appreciate it if you would each please do your part to keep that dynamic going.

 

Thanks!


@Danny wrote:

Hi, Waddizzle and P2skater1!

 

We'd love to keep the Canon Community Forum a friendly place where polite, civilized conversations occur, and we would appreciate it if you would each please do your part to keep that dynamic going.

 

Thanks!


I have been civilized.

 

[EDIT]  My post was not the one that needed to be deleted.  Do not hold me responsible for the actions of others.

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