Kodak Video Converter
Kodak Video Converter

About KODAK Pocket Video Camera:
KODAK Pocket Video Camera is small enough for your pocket whether you're out on the town or just hanging with friends, you can capture every experience in stunning HD video, 1080p or 720p. With the built-in USB and software, it's easy to upload the video to Facebook™ and YouTube™ social networking sites.

Home >> Kodak Video Converter >> How to convert .MOV from Kodak Video Camera to AVI, WMV, MPG with Kodak Video Converter?
Kodak digital video camera Zi8, Zi6, Zx1 is popular for the young taking stunning HD video, 1080p or 720p, and the new audacious Kodak PLAYSPORT can plunge up to 10 ft under water and capture the entire experience in full 1080 HD. So don't be afraid to get wet! With the built-in USB arm, you can easily upload the captured video to Facebook and YouTube.

Want to edit Kodak video in Windows Movie Maker once transferred it to your computer? First, you should know that Kodak video camera records video in MOV format which is not supported by WMM, and Windows Movie Maker only accepts video with AVI, WMV, MPG, and ASF extensions. How to fix the annoying problem?

Kodak Video Converter is the special program for Kodak video MOV conversion. You can get any video format form Kodak video MOV, like AVI, WMV, MPG, ASF, MP4, RM, RMVB, VOB, FLV, SWF, MKV, etc. Following below instruction, you can convert Kodak video within a few minutes.

1-2-3 step on how to convert Kodak video MOV with Kodak Video Converter:
Step 1: Add Kodak Video files to Kodak Video Converter, you can add multiple files at one time for batch conversion.
Step 2: Choose the output video format that you want to get, like avi, wmv, asf for WMM, or mp4 for iPod, iPhone, etc.
Step 3: Click "Convert" button to convert Kodak video files, and you can find the new movies by click "Open" folder once the conversion finishes.

Note: The above program recommended is for Windows, if you are a Mac user, and want to change Kodak video MOV to small video files, like MP4, FLV, SWF, etc, download the Mac Kodak Video Converter instead.