Help with my digital camera
I have a Canon A630, I think, that I bought 4 or 5 years ago. Never really played around with it much, just had it as a camera if i ever needed to take a picture or went on vacation or something. Anyways, last weekend I went to shoot a match and brought it along to video myself and a few friends as it was our first major competition. I only took about 11 videos but when I got home and uploaded them to my computer the file sizes were huge. A 32 second video was 64 megabytes. I turned my camera on and could not figure out how to adjust the resolution. I've had the camera so long I lost/threw away the box with instructions. Can anyone help me figure out how to lower the resolutions so I can take a video up to 3 minutes and be able to upload them to youtube or email them to friends without crashing my computer?
"Originally posted by bizkitfan601
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