converting .mov files

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02-09-2005 10:06 AM

Hi everyone!
I’m currently developing a freeware tool
to convert and join .mov or .mp4 to .avi
It works with mpeg4 and mjpeg video content and does’n re-encode video (direct stream copy conversion).
You can download it here: reply


02-09-2005 01:05 PM
sunny may

Please try Alive Video Converter, which convert MOV to AVI, MPEG, WMV, RM or RMVB.

You can download it from: reply


02-12-2005 04:10 AM

I have Kodak DX6490 with mov files. I obtained Arc Soft Video Impression and it makes movies fine. It accepts mov files and I have made great movies music and all. Why don’t you look into it? reply


02-12-2005 11:48 AM

as you all may have read in message board i had same problem as all of you not being able to have good software to convert mov to avi to play in windows media player and also so i can make vcd,sure mov file you can record straight from your camera to vcr,but who plays video tapes these days when the technoligy is dvd,
well as i have told all of you program i use to convert mov file is RIVERPAST_VIDEO CLEANER VERSION 5,this has worked well for me and i have lost no audio or sound quality using this programme,i have as stated been able to do vcd and play on my dvd player now things i have done,things like these have been my nephew christening that was couple weeks before christmas,and i have done my cousins band at a gig,and now that is on his website,
for more feed back,e-mail me direct to,and in subject heading state you want to convert mov to avi,and please people use your proper mail addy not this one i cant help you much in this site,other than tell you what you can have,
regards dave reply


02-12-2005 06:24 PM

How weird, I too was doing a Google search for MOV conversion, and have a Kodak Easyshare camera. Looks like this is the page where suckers like us end up. Oh well, one of those solutions should work... reply


02-14-2005 10:10 PM

great download. works like a charm reply


02-16-2005 02:41 AM

Hi Everyone. I just read all your posts and sure 'nuff, I am having the exact same problem. I have been trying to convert .mov files now for the past 4 days and have read on many different Message Boards and Forums that Rad Tools is the way to go. OK - so here’s my dilemma. I have downloaded Rad Tools (Bink-Smacker) but I can’t run it. Everytime I try to run it, it brings me right back to the installation mode. What am I doing wrong??? reply


02-16-2005 03:30 PM

CAN SOMEONE HELP ME???? It’s been 5 days now and I’m at my wit’s end. I am trying to convert .mov files to .avi files (or files that anyone can play) but this is turning out to be a nightmare. I tried using Rad Tools and although that works great, is easy to use and converts the file correctly, it is still too large to email. Any suggestions would be appreciated. reply


02-22-2005 04:48 PM

This post if for DAVEMAZM.


For all those people reading these posts, especially my posts, you’ll see that I was going absolutely mad trying to email my video clips. I went to various different Message Boards, downloaded 3-4 different software packages, wrote emails to Technical Support gurus (but never received a response)and tried just about everything, include RadTools. I contacted DAVEMAZM directly and asked him about his resolution to this problem (using River Past Video Cleaner) and he sent me the instructions and answered all my question. I have to say - THIS REALLY WORKS!! After numerous attempts, I was finally able to email video clips using RiverPast. I tried converting my mov files to avi files originally and although avi compresses the files to a nice, emailable size, it would only transmit the audio - not the video. Using RiverPast I converted my files to wmv and both video and audio was transmitted. Thank You Very Much. For all of you out there that are having problems converting your video clips or emailing your video clips, stop pulling your hair out and FOLLOW the instructions given by DAVEMAZM. He is very helpful and he really knows what he’s talking about. DAVEMAZM, I now owe you my first born. I hope you like children with 4 legs and a tail. ha ha. reply


03-04-2005 03:49 AM

GrayWolf you are a life saver reply


03-10-2005 12:48 PM

If u have a really large video (MBs) after converting, use SqueezeIt (soreson) so u make it smaller... really smaller... reply


03-26-2005 12:15 PM

GrayWolf, that is impressive. reply


03-27-2005 08:05 AM

I have another problem. I try to convert the .avi file to .mov file and play the movie in the camera. So I can watch it on the train.
But I found that the Kodak camera can not recognize the file type. Why? How can I solve the problem?
Thank you very much! reply


03-27-2005 06:57 PM
pauLie G

fellas..i am SOOOOOOOOO LOST..and i’d really appreciate sum help.
i have the kodak cx 7430 and i took sum great videos from my sprign break that i NEED to watch.i been lookin at all your posts and ive tried it ALL..the RADtools...the the river past video cleaner..i am gettin audio just fine..its the video that is not coming up and this is drivin me insane. PLEASE help me in anyway..thank you reply


03-28-2005 07:01 PM

hey peter,
did you uh, miss everything above your post? reply


04-04-2005 06:09 PM

I take it that “Normal media player” means Windows media?

Try these

Another nice one is Windows Media Encoder (free) windowsmedia/9series/encoder/default.aspx reply


04-07-2005 05:31 PM

i downloaded radtools and get the error “error opening file” does anyone know whats up with that? Do i need to re-name the file or something

please help reply


04-20-2005 01:15 AM

Gray Wolf. That worked beautifully, and very fast. Thanks. reply


04-23-2005 07:10 PM
Bruno Kim - Brazil

Hey, I’m another one who found this forum by Google!

I have no camera, but I’ve got a problem with Quicktime too. I found some videos in Internet, but I can’t download them - and it’s always a .mov file. Dot-mov files can’t be shared or it’s site’s policy?

And, if anybody knows how to download Quicktime videos directly from servers, please e-mail me.

Thanks a lot, wired people. reply


04-26-2005 11:22 PM

I may be the biggest idiot but I have been trying to convert files from my camera (a Kokak EasyShare DX7440) from .mov to .mpeg. I have tried EVERYTHING and nothing seems to work. I’ve tried several types of freeware and they didn’t work. Radtools came the closest to working but I keep getting an error message. I even got that Quicktime Pro thing that everyone says is so easy to use...but I can’t figure out how to work it. Any ideas? reply


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