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My actiongram videos saved as corrupt files. Any way to recover them?

I just spent several hours recording an awesome movie in Actiongram - but was super bummed to see that all my video files saved to the camera roll as 0 byte video files that don't play. I tried restarting my HoloLens, accessing the files via the photos app as well as via the device portal, but to no avail. Any help is appreciated!!!

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  • I was doing a mixed reality capture while recording the actiongrams, so that my actors could see what I was seeing. Perhaps there's a bug where the actiongram recordings don't save properly while streaming to the device portal? If so, let me know if there's a better place to report this bug.

  • @mr0ng said:
    Perhaps there's a bug where the actiongram recordings don't save properly while streaming to the device portal?

    I'll be filming a video over the next 3 days, I'll see if I can replicate the error you described (hopefully without damaging the video!)

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