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100k is not very big for a video file (or an image file for that matter). My guess is there is nothing useable in the fle.
>In a case like this, what do you gentlemen suggest?
I always suggest using a real video camera for video, a still camera only for photos, a cell phone to make calls, a stereo system to play music, etc.
Use the right tool for the job. You'll always get better results.
I got the problem fixed. After going to DVDHelper.com and trying 2 shareware programs which checked my .avi file, and telling me there were no errors on any frame, I decided to take the SD card, and try it on another computer, and sure enough it played correctly ( no error )
For some reason the SD card didn't want to play correctly on my first computer.
I indicated 100k, it was 100 megs. I was in a real dither when I typed the original message I didn't proof read it.
David, what programs did you use?
I used this here: Digital Video Repair