Question about Televison & Video
The movie file created with a Nikon Coolpix S10 has a file name extension of .MOV (for Apple's QuickTime) and normally would have been recorded at 640 x 480 (30 fps) (though you can go down to 320 X 240 @ 15/30 fps or 160 X 120 @ 15 fps or time lapse). However, the movie file from the S10 is not 100% compatible being heavily compressed (Adobe Premiere is a bit finicky) and therefore would require to be converted to an acceptable movie file format before Adobe would even recognize it and therefore editable.
A Windows compatible movie file converter would do the job. An example is TMPGEnc and has a trial version freely usable for a couple of days. Another is Xilisoft Video Converter. With the converter, you can then create a copy of your 2 minute .MOV file to any format easily readable by Adobe Premiere. Incidentally, some versions of TMPGEnc would require an additional plugin QTReader.vfp to convert QuickTime MOV videos.
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Posted on May 29, 2008
You need to find a program which will recognize the file format of your camera. most readers like real player recognize extensions like .mov or mpg (mpeg) if yours is anything different consulkt the cameras manual to see what extension it puts on its files.
Posted on May 29, 2008
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