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Just as with still shooting I can playback videos right here on the camera, just hit the Play button. Anything that's stored on the card that is a video will have this little video camera icon on it and there is a prompt next to it at the Set button. If I hit that it brings up these transport controls. First one by default is Play. All I have to do is hit the Set button and my video will start playing. Complete with audio out my little speaker here, I can press Set button again to pause. If I want to change the volume out of the speaker, I can just turn the wheel over here to turn the volume up and down.
I can use the left and right button to go to the other controls. I've got a Slow motion control, a Rewind which goes back to the First frame. I can go to Previous frame, Next frame, zip all the way to the end. This is an Edit feature that lets me trim the beginning and end. Honestly if you really are serious about cutting anything out of your movie you're going to have a much easier time working on your computer if you like to know more about this there are detailed instructions in the manual. I can also choose to have some Background music play. This is if I want to play videos from here onto a monitor that might be connected, basically using this as a playback mechanism for driving my home movies out of my TV.
Again, you're probably not going to want to do that to your edited videos, and then you're going to be burning them to DVD or playing them back from your computer. So simple playback controls that are everything you need to review your images on camera.
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