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How to edit Kodak video on Mac
High output quality and easy to use, Kodak pocket video cameras such as Kodak Zi8, Kodak Playsport, and Kodak Mini Video Camera etc. have become very strong competitive products of the Flip video camcorders. Many Kodak video camera users find it very necessary to have an application to convert Kodak video to other video formats and edit Kodak video. If you are using Mac OS, Doremisoft Mac Kodak video converter will be the perfect choice, because it is both a great Mac Kodak video converter and Mac Kodak video editor.
This easy Kodak video editing software allows you to merge multiple Kodak videos into one, crop Kodak video, trim Kodak video length, and edit Kodak video effects and so on.
To edit Kodak video on Mac with Doremisoft Mac Kodak video converter, you can just download this application and follow the steps below:
Step 1: Add Kodak video
Click on the "Add File" button, select the Kodak files you want to edit from your hard drive, and click "OK" to add the selected videos.
Step 2: Crop Kodak video:
If you want to get rid of unwanted black video sides or zoom in a part of your video, you can use this Crop function. Just click the "Edit" button on the main interface to open the Crop window, and drag the dotted green crop frame to crop your Kodak video.
Step 3: Merge Kodak videos
Select the Kodak videos you would like to merge into one file, and click the "Merge" button, and the selected Kodak videos will be merged into one file after the final conversion step.
Step 4: Edit flip video effects
You can adjust flip video contrast, brightness and saturation, and apply special video effects including old film, gray and emboss to your Kodak video. Click the "Edit" button on the main interface, and click the "Effect" tab right next to the "Crop" tab, drag the sliders to edit Kodak video contrast, brightness and saturation, and select a special effect from the effect drop down list.
Step 5: Trim Kodak video
If a video file is rather long, you can trim its length and only keep the part you want. Click the "Clip" tab, and drag the start slider to set the start time, drag the end slider to set the end time, and the video in between will be captured and kept. There are three methods as shown on the figure below:
Step 6: Start the conversion
Click on the big Start button on the lower right part of the main interface to start the conversion, and then relax and wait till the conversion is done. And what you get will be the videos that have been edited by the above steps.
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Sep 17, 2010 | Computers & Internet
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