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Posted: 12/03/10 04:29 AM
Author: lisa1025
Location: USA
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import/put/edit Kodak video to Final Cut Pro on mac
Captured some favorite video clips by Kodak cameras and want to give professional edition to your Kodak videos, Final Cut Pro is the best choice for you. However, Final Cut Pro can edit any QuickTime compatible file format including dv, hdv, mpeg-4, That is to say, Kodak camcorder captures videos as mov(QuickTime file) format which need to be translated to another format for editing in FCP (Final Cut Pro 6, Final Cut Pro 7). You need one third-party software to convert Kodak hd mov files to some formats like dv, hdv,mpeg-4 that Final Cut Pro is happy to edit.

Kodak video to Final Cut Pro converter for mac will be the most adequate application with the minimum amount of buttons for converting Kodak video (Kodak Zx1, Kodak zi6, Kodak zi8,Kodak Playsport, Kodak Easyshare, Kodak PlayTouch etc) to dv, hdv, mpeg-4 for importing Kodak videos to Final Cut Pro.

With professional Mac Kodak video to FCP converter, edit Kodak video with Final Cut Pro on Mac is not a big headache anymore. Kodak video to Final Cut Pro converter also empowers you to convert Kodak video to other popular video formats such as avi, wmv, mpg, mp4,mkv, mov, dv, flv, asf, 3gp,3g2, mov etc. so that you could enjoy Kodak video on iMovie , iTunes,Final Cut Express, Adobe Premiere Pro, of course, some multimedia portable devices are available like iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP, BlackBerry, GPhone ,Apple TV etc.

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Posted: 12/09/10 01:40 AM
Author: bbnls
Location: California
Posts: 2551


import/put/edit Kodak video to Final Cut Pro on mac
I got the ipad needs to be restored error when I tried the update. I had applecare so I called them mov to mp4 and ended up having to delete iTunes, restart my mac in a new account, reinstall iTunes and only then could I restore my iPad. It took hours, but it looks okay now. Scary though. I had a bricked iPad for hours����.. and wasted an entire morning.

Aaron From OHWC
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