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Standard Movie only on iPad editor. None on SD

Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by SebastianR, Jul 8, 2016.

  1. SebastianR

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    Hi!

    Today I went shooting some amazing shots and when I got home, plugged in the sd-card in the USB and there was no new fotage. I had my sd card in as usually and I saw the time going while recording.

    I watched my iPad in DJI Go editor and there I can see the material in low and laggy format.

    Is there a way to recover it? What went wrong?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Sagebrush

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    I'm guessing it's a bad card. There is software to recover files that can't be viewed. You'll have to Google it.

    Good luck.

    Tony
     
  3. SebastianR

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    But I did put in the card right after to test and it did record and I could view the footage right away in the computer.

    So wierd.

     
  4. The Art Of Drones

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    Is this the SD card that came with the phantom?
     
  5. SebastianR

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    Nope. But it has been working fine before and after that session. I even did recharge in between the diffirent locations.

     
  6. The Art Of Drones

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    Try to connect the gimbal to your computer with a cable and see if you can see it there Camera_data_port.png
     
  7. SebastianR

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    Thanks, but it only showed the same content as if i'd put the SD-card into the computer.

     
  8. The Art Of Drones

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    Maybe you try to reset the memory card in the DJI GO app
     
  9. The Art Of Drones

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    And then film again
     
  10. SebastianR

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    Reset? Is that safe to do? It's not like format disk?
     
  11. The Art Of Drones

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    Yes, but there is nothing on the SD card except the photographs you took with the drone
     
  12. The Art Of Drones

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    You don't need to reset the drone, just the SD card
     
  13. dirkclod

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    Did you by chance power off you bird while still videoing ?
     
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