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(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2011-02-06
Picture transfer to computer,how to do this?
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(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2010-05-17
Got the Kodak EasyShare C180 for Christmas (10.2 Megapixels). The batteries that came with it took only about 6 pictures before I had to put new ones in. I admit some of the pictures didn't turn out nice but I did get quite a few that did. My ba-hum-bug moment came when I couldn't put my video clips into my Windows Movie Maker. My Yahoo search tells me that I need to convert my videos to a WMV file. I downloaded a converter but I am still unable to convert the Kodak video clip so I can use them. I guess the next move is to purchase a video editor - any other suggestions???
Answered by Spam 2010-05-17:
I seem to be having the same problem. I uploaded my entire memory card onto my computer, including a video. I was not able to hear any sound when I played the video back on the camera, but on the computer it does not even recognise the file type so any video will be unplayable on a windows