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chrisedge

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Hi. My kodak camera is a very useful bit of kit. It produses exdcellent stills nand watchable movies- on a kodak piece of software.  The movie files are in a .mov  suffix & tho' I have used a Freemake video converter which claims to be able to    change a .mov to.avi or what have you I still cannot get the movie onto  styudio 9 which iks a proram that I really like. Anyone able to suggest an way round this

 

 

 

 

 


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What is it that you are trying to do exactly? Are you trying to edit your vides? Watch them? Your description of your issue is not really clear. Please explain...

 

To watch them... Vlc Meida Player.  http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html

 

Here is a link that might help you as well.  http://www.bleepingc...ps/#entry345675


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MP4 seems to be more compatible in application(s), I think you may try to convert your .mov movies to this format.

 

http://www.appgeeker...to-mov-mac.html


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What is it that you are trying to do exactly? Are you trying to edit your vides? Watch them? Your description of your issue is not really clear. Please explain...

 

To watch them... Vlc Meida Player.  http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html

 

Here is a link that might help you as well.  http://www.bleepingc...ps/#entry345675

I would like to do both,edit & watch & to be more flexible. Thanks for www. infos.


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