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    I use trailcams , one of which is a Bushnell Core DS No Glow Trail Camera.
    Putting sd card from my other trailcams into laptop , it goes to Picasa where I store and edit my pics and videos.
    The card from the Bushnell Core DS No Glow Trail Camera does not do this but goes to VLC .
    I can't find a way to import those videos to Picasa which I am well used to using but can't get it to accept video from the Bushnell Core DS No Glow Trail Camera.
    I suspect it is to do with file type but can't figure it out.
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    I meant to say I have uploaded the videos from sd card onto laptop but still can't get Picasa to import them.....g
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  3. What is the file type? Is it video? You can post a mediainfo report.

    Picasa stopped being developed or supported several years ago. (I loved it.) You may want to consider moving on.
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    File type is MP4 Video File (VLC) (.MP4)
    The video files Picasa does load from cards from other trailcams is Audio Wave Format MPEG 0 bit 44.1K , video H264
    Not keen to leave Picasa but can you suggest an alternative I might look at ?
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  5. H264 should be MPEG4
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    Hi Tree Tops , Could you expand on that for a technophobe please....g
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  7. There is no great replacement for Picasa. Lightroom is far more powerful for photos but is harder to use. TMPGenc Karma is a decent video organizer. Windows Photo Gallery maybe. Try a few.

    Picasa's organizer/image editor/player combination doesn't really exist any more.
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    have you tried right clicking on the file - open with - and selecting picassa?
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  9. Picasa never read mp4s natively. It required external codecs.
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