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Editing kodak easy share video clips

Ulead and movie maker both say the easy share video is not the right format for them what program can I use to edit these?

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Kodak pocket video camera captures video in .MOV format, however, Windows Movie Maker only accepts video in .AVI, .WMV, .MPG extension.In this situation, iOrgSoft Video Converter is a good assistant for Kodak pocket video camera. It is engaged in converting Kodak MOV video into any popular video format, such as AVI, WMV, MPG, ASF, MP4, RM, RMVB, VOB, FLV, SWF, MKV, etc.

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I had that problem too! So i searched some stuff up and found RAD video tools. Search it up, its free, there isnt any trial for five days or nething its just plain free. lol i know it sounds like an advertisement but ya try it out. You just go into it find the vid select it and press convert. Than change whatever you want the output file to be. (i like to use AVI) Then BAM! Put your stuff on Windows Movie Maker and make some vids! (p.s check me out on youtube and give me video suggestions, ANYTHING! just search up my user (4Morg4) check out my vids and give me video suggestions. THANKS!)

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You'll need to install the Kodak Easy Share software - in this you may have to export your video into a different format. .mov .wmv .avi .mpg .mpeg Are all very well recognised formats, so if you have the option to export the videos from your Digital Camera as that, then do so. You will then be able to edit the exported video in Ulead and Movie Maker.

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I also encountered this problem, I can't edit my kodak videos on movie maker. My friend Misa recommend me this converter, this is the guide, you can free download and have a trial.
http://www.kodakvideoconverter.com/article-kodak-windows/edit-kodak-video-with-windows-movie-maker/

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I had this problem, so i downloaded RAD Video Tools and then you just open it, choose the video press convert, then change the format you want(avi is best i think) and BAM! you can put your vids on windows movie maker! check out my vids on youtube by the way, my user is 4Morg4....seeeya!

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What codec do i need for my kodak easy share m530 to work with windows live movie maker or is there a movie maker that i can download that will work.


Kodak M530 records video in MOV format which Windows Movie Maker doesn't recognize. Convert the Kodak mov video to avi, wmv format so that it can be played.
You need to download Kodak EasyShare to windows movie maker converter and install it on your PC. Go to www.kodak-easyshare.net for free download.

There are also other freeware convertors. But you may be chasing the wind if pursuing an applicable codec; you might enquire with Kodak but the above information is a quicker path to a result you can live with.

Movie maker software vary in features and ability and range from home movie editing to professional editing. Here are some: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_video_editing_software

I recommend focusing on the task with what you have rather than facing similar problems with alternative software.



Jan 23, 2015 | Kodak Cameras

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Best Kodak Video Converter, Import/Edit Kodak Video on Windows Movie Maker


Import Kodak Video to Windows Movie Maker
Kodak video cameras are hitting the market, especially the pocket video camera Kodak Zi8, due to the ease of use and high output quality. Kodak video cameras don't offer video editing, so if you want to edit Kodak videos, you will need and video editing application to do that, and Windows Movie Maker is a very popular video editing application for a lot of Windows users. Kodak video cameras, such as Kodak Zi8, Kodak Playsort etc take videos in MOV format, but Windows Movie Maker does not support MOV files. Therefore, to edit Kodak video on Windows Movie Maker, you need to convert Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker WMV.
Doremisoft Kodak Video Converter is a wonderful application that let you convert Kodak video to WMV so you can transfer Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker to edit your Kodak videos. With this software, you can easily import Kodak Zi8 video to Windows Movie Maker and Kodak Playsport video to Windows Movie Maker.
The following steps will guide you through the steps to convert Kodak video to WMV for Windows Movie Maker:
Step 1: Add Kodak Video Click the "Add File" button, browse your hard disc, find and select the Kodak videos you want to import to Windows Movie Maker, and click "OK" to add them to Doremisoft Kodak Video Converter.
Step 2: Select Windows Movie Maker WMV format as the output format
Open the "Profile" drop-up list, move your mouse cursor to "HD Video", and you will see all the preset common video formats to the right, scroll down to the last format, and you will see WMV Video. Click on it to select it.
Step 3: Start to convert Kodak video to Windows Movie Maker
Click the "Start" button to start converting Kodak video to Windows DVD Maker WMV. After the conversion, click on the "Open" button on the bottom right of the main interface and you can find all the converted WMV files in the folder opened.

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My computer's moviemaking program does not accept videos from my Kodak EasyShare Z885. My program is windows movie maker. Can the camera take videos in compatible format?


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yes, you can download one of thousand free video converter programs from the web. Then you can convert the videos to the avi, mpeg or wmv format.

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Recommend you to try this exciting program ,it can convert VOB. to any popular format as you like ,such as you could use this program to transfer the file to avi or wmv in order to edit this fim into windows Movie maker.

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will give you a step by step on your camcorder.

  • connect your camcorder using your USB cable to your computer and be sure it is ON
  • Install the cd driver camed with your camcorder. if you didnt prompt on looking for a driver then go to the add hardware on the control panel and follow the procedure there.
  • after the installation you should see the icon on the my computer labeled scanners and cameras and indicating the model of your camcorder.
  • Install Ulead Power Producer or any editing movie that you have like Windows movie maker, nero movier maker etc.. i prefer to use Ulead because its so easy to use
  • after uploading and editing your videos using ULEAD save it on any various types of videos that you like. you should see it after you want to save it.
  • burn your videos on NERO software
by the way i would suggest that you use windows xp(because im using ULEAD without any problem issue) instead of pinnacle and do it at your own risk.

Hope you understand my procedures. Good Luck!

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  • connect your camcorder using your USB cable to your computer and be sure it is ON
  • Install the cd driver camed with your camcorder. if you didnt prompt on looking for a driver then go to the add hardware on the control panel and follow the procedure there.
  • after the installation you should see the icon on the my computer labeled scanners and cameras and indicating the model of your camcorder.
  • Install Ulead Power Producer or any editing movie that you have like Windows movie maker, nero movier maker etc.. i prefer to use Ulead because its so easy to use
  • after uploading and editing your videos using ULEAD save it on any various types of videos that you like. you should see it after you want to save it.
  • burn your videos on NERO software
Hope you understand my procedures. Good Luck!

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  • connect your camcorder using your USB cable to your computer and be sure it is ON
  • Install the cd driver camed with your camcorder. if you didnt prompt on looking for a driver then go to the add hardware on the control panel and follow the procedure there.
  • after the installation you should see the icon on the my computer labeled scanners and cameras and indicating the model of your camcorder.
  • Install Ulead Power Producer or any editing movie that you have like Windows movie maker, nero movier maker etc.. i prefer to use Ulead because its so easy to use
  • after uploading and editing your videos using ULEAD save it on any various types of videos that you like. you should see it after you want to save it.
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  • first install the driver camed with your camcorder to your pc. this should recognize your computer after the installation.
  • use USB cable to connect your camcorder to your pc.
  • as far as i know jvc is using a software name ulead (because i also have a camcorder and its software is ulead)
  • Try to use Ulead Movie producer, Windows Movie maker or any other software that accepts uploading dv video.(i prefer to use ULEAD movie producer or any Ulead products its easy to use)
  • After uploading it from the ULEAD and editing, save it with any various types of videos you like. (in your case save it in DVD format so that it will easy for you to burn it.)
  • Use NERO after searching the save video file and Burn it in DVD type
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