August 16th, 2011
Convert your Kodak PlayFull Video to Windows Movie Maker to edit
Por kodakvideoconverter - August 16th, 2011, 22:08, Category: General
Do you have a Kodak PlayFull camera?
The Kodak Playfull is a skinny, compact camcorder, measuring 0.7 inches thick with 1080p high definition and 16:9 widescreen. It supports 720p at 60ps for fast action and 720p at 30ps for general recording in high definition. The video for Kodak PlayFull is MPEG-4, AAC-LC and JPEG/EXIF V2.21 in photos.
It is really nice for camcorder users. However, for PC users, if they want to play Kodak PlayFull on Windows Movie Maker, they would feel inconvenient to import Kodak PlayFull video to Windows Movie Maker for the PlayFull Mp4 videos’ incompatibility with Window Movie Maker.
To import Kodak PlayFull to Windows Movie Maker, a version of third-party software is needed to convert Kodak Player video. Among so many video converters, Kodak video converter, which is designed for converting videos shot by all versions of Kodak camcorders and has update for compatibility with Kodak PlayFull, is indeed a best choice.
Transfer Kodak PlayFull video to Window Movie Maker is rather with Kodak Video Converter. With only clicks, users can convert Kodak PlayFull mp4 videos. Besides the video converter can help users to convert kodak zi8 video to windows movie maker or other kodak camcorder videos.
Steps for converting Kodak PlayFull videos
Download to install Kodak Video Converter and run it;
Click the button “Add Files” to import video to Kodak video converter;
Click “Converter”, you can get the output video files.
Functions of Kodak video Converter:
Convert all video files shot by all version of Kodak camcorders including Kodak PlayFull and Kodak Playsport Zx5
Edit Kodak videos with pre-loaded functions:
Clip one video files into several segments;
Merge segments into one file;
Trim black margin and adjust aspect ratio 16:9, 4:3 etc
Add special effects to video: gray, emboss, old film;
Adjust Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and settings of encoder, bite- rate etc for audio and video;
Capture image from video and save as jpg, bnp
Transfer video to portable devices: iPad, iPhone, iPod, PSP, BlackBerry, etc
Import Kodak video to media editor: import Kodak Video to Sony Vegas, Window Movie Maker, and IMovie etc
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