How to import Kodak EasyShare video to iMovie on Mac OS X?
Many Kodak EasyShare users may have encountered similar problems that iMovie is not letting them import any of the movies created with EasyShare camera. Because the default video format for Kodak EasyShare is MOV which is a container not a compression format. It can contain any number of different video and audio compression codec, some of which may not be compatible with iMovie. To solve the problem, you will need a professional Kodak EasyShare to iMovie converter on Mac.
Kodak EasyShare video to iMovie converter for Mac is the best applicant to convert Kodak EasyShare video to DV for importing Kodak EasyShare video to iMovie and edit Kodak EasyShare video with iMovie on Mac OS X (snow leopard included). Besides, EasyShare video import to iMovie allows you to convert Kodak EasyShare MOV to other popular formats such as WMV, AVI, MPG, FLV, 3GP. SWF, FLV, RM, RMVB and HD videos.
Transfer Kodak EasyShare video to iMovie on Mac converting provides you with a wide variety of video editing functions which help you crop frame size to retain what you want to only, clip time length segment that you want to keep, add special effects like saturation, contrast, brightness and join all video files into one.
Step-by-Step to convert/edit/import Kodak EasyShare video to iMovie on Mac
Download Kodak EasyShare video to iMovie converter for Mac.
Run converter and click "Add File" button to load Kodak EasyShare videos.
Click drop down list of profile, select DV as the output format for iMovie.
According to your need, click "Trim" "Effect" "Crop" button to edit your video files.
Click "Convert" button to start to convert Kodak EasyShare video.
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