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Kosta Kondratenko

Kosta Kondratenko


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Hi guys,
So recently I bought a Kodak ZX1 to record a video blog for my website and it came with this software that for some reason has just shown up in my Desktop (at the bottom right along with all the tray icons) but that doesn't actually launch.

Anyway I was wondering if there was a software that I can use to encode my .mov files and upload them onto YouTube since every video I shoot ends up being like 120MB and I can't be bothered sitting around to upload a 100MB file each time I record something.

I downloaded an application called AutoGK and only now I realized it does not accept .MOV files (unsupported file type).

Thanks guys.

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I take it you mean you want to be able transcode or convert the video files from .mov to FLV format (the 'Flash' video format used by Youtube).
Have a look here: http://www.shareware...o-flv-file.html
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You can use SUPER which can be found here.
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