You can solve this problem by upgrading to FaceReader 4.
If you want to use Face Reader 3.1 (or lower) with the Media Recorder 1.0 then you must create MPEG-4 DivX files with the Media Recorder, not H.264 files. That means that you must create the videos using using a USB or FireWire or IP camera, or a mixture of sources. Or if you do use an analog camera with the Euresys H.264 board, you can select Picture-In-Picture output and that will also produce DivX files. Analog cameras with the Euresys H.264 board producing 1 file per camera will produce H.264 video files, and that format is not supported by FaceReader 3 or lower.
You can force Media Recorder to produce DivX files from the H.264 board with the following work-around:
- Select PictureInPicture
- Select only one analog video input (& 1 audio input)
- Select the resolution of the original signal (e.g. 704 x 576 for PAL)