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How to convert kodak video to WMV and import kodak video to windows movie maker?
Windows Movie Maker is a very useful application to edit videos, and it has many features such as effects, titles/credits, transitions, audio track, timeline, narration and so on. However, if you want to edit Kodak videos using Windows Movie Maker, you will have to convert Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker supported video formats such as WMV, AVI and ASF.
Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker Converter can do the job perfectly. The following two parts will guide you through the steps to convert Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker and edit Kodak video with Windows Movie Maker.
Part one: Convert Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker.
Step 1.Download and install Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker Converter on your computer.
Step 2.Click the "Add Video" button to locate the Kodak video and add it to the converter.
Step 3.Select the WMV format from the Profile list as the output format.
Step 4.Click the "start" button to start converting."
Part two: Edit Kodak video with Windows Movie Maker.
If you are using Kodak Video to Windows Movie Maker Converter, what you need is just to know where the converted files are saved. But if you use the Kodak to Windows Movie Maker on Mac, you need to copy the converted files to your Windows machine, because you can only run the Windows Movie Maker on Windows.
Step 1.Click "New Project" from the "File" menu to create a new project. And click "Save Project As" to save this project.
Step 2.Click "Import Collections" from the "File" menu, locate the folder where the converted files (now in WMV format) are save, and add the files you want to edit.
Step 3.Drag the video files to your Windows Movie Maker storyboard on the bottom of the interface.
Step 4.Add transitions. Select "View Video Transitions" from the left panel. Drag the transitions you prefer into the middle box of the storyboard.
Step 5.You can cut some time from a video by clicking and moving the half triangle at the side of the video.
Step 6.Add music. Go to "Import Audio or Music" and select a song. Then drag the song to the "TimeLine". You can also cut time or make a short sound by clicking and dragging the triangle.
Step 7.Add title or credits. Select "Make titles or credits" from the Movie Task List, and follow the on screen instructions to add titles or credits to your movie.
Step 8.Preview the work you have done by clicking the Play button on the left panel.
Step 9.If you don't need to reedit your movie, click "Save to my computer" from the "File" menu, and select on options from the provided options how you want to save your movie.
A detailed guide of how to use Windows Movie Maker, please click here.
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