Even though the Sony Bloggie Touch videos are claimed as web-friendly MP4 format, there are still some comments saying that the downloaded video files from camera to computer could not play with VLC media player or Windows Media Player. For example, a Sony Bloggie Touch user can watch the videos on the camera with perfect audio and video synchronization. But after he imported the videos are imported to Sony software, the audio runs normally, but the video is in slow motion after. The playback is not smooth even in Windows Media Player or QuickTime Player.
The problem about video playback may sometimes rely on the computer configuration and hardware to handle the HD videos. If you do not plan to upgrade your computer yet, you may use third party software to convert Bloggie Touch videos to WMV, MPG or other formats. Firstarsoft Video Converter is the recommended Sony Bloggie Touch video converter for Windows Media Player.
Below are the fast conversion steps to play Sony Bloggie Touch videos without Audio Video Sync Problem on PC.
Step 1. Import Bloggie Touch videos to the Firstarsoft Video Converter.
Download the video files from Sony Bloggie Touch to computer hard drive, run the Firstarsoft Video Converter as the fast Sony Bloggie Touch video converter on Windows. Click the “Add” button to import the recorded .mp4 files.
Step 2. Choose HD WMV output format.
Click the “Profile” option and choose HD Video > WMV HD(*.wmv) as output format for Windows Media Player. It also works for VLC media player.
The default profile will generate 1080p video at 1920×1080. If your videos are recorded in 720p at 1280×720, you can click the “Settings” button and choose 1208*720 from the drop-down box of video size.
Step 3. Convert Sony Bloggie Touch HD MP4 to WMV for WMP.
Click the convert button below the preview window, and the Sony Bloggie Touch video converter will start converting 720p MP4 to WMV for Windows Media Player.
After the conversion, you can watch Bloggie Touch videos on Windows Media Player (WMP), Media Player Classic (MPC), Windows Media Player Classic Home Cinema and VLC media player.