Quicktime to mpeg/windows media

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09-14-2006 06:44 AM
this is gay

how do i use Quicktime clips in windows movie maker reply

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09-22-2006 06:55 PM
TUDA

Message 1 to John with kodak easy share: Use Mpeg Streamclip (Open Source software) to convert your footage to avi or mpeg 4 format and powerpoint should read it. Read the blurb in Streamclip’s FAQ about using QuickTime alternative when you download streamclip. It suggests also downloading a program called QT Alternative instead of Apple’s QuickTime. This allows Streamclip to read the QT format. FYI, mpeg 4 will make the file size nice and small. while (uncompressed) avi will/could make file size significantly bigger.. But both avi and mpeg4 will work fine in PowerPoint - I have done it many times. My preference is mpeg 4 for everyday runof the mill powerpoint where you dont need full screen footage.

Message 2 to TUDA: Use Mpeg Stramclip to convert footage to either DV file or avi file and moviemaker will be able to import it. TUDA, like I said in the above message to John with Kodak easy Share, read the blurb in Streamclip FAQ about using QT Alternative.

Hope this helps. I am in the education sector and I find this program very handy when converting our Kodak camera’s mov files for importing into PowerPoint presentations. Its Open Source and so its free!! :)

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09-22-2006 07:15 PM
Joe Santsingh

Ok.. I have done all the above but unfortunately once I converted it on the video it has PicVideo on the top and www.jpg.com at the bottom, can anyone tell me how to get ride of it!!!!? reply

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09-27-2006 07:05 AM
argh

i wanna make a movie wid different video clips but quicktime video clips wont work on windows movie maker is der n e way i can convert quicktime video clips to windows media player for free or is there n e other movie maker i culd download for free? reply

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10-04-2006 11:29 AM
safe

does any one know how to convert a quicktime movie file to mpeg or windows media for free? reply

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10-16-2006 09:00 PM
rosli hamdani

PLEASE DONT ASK THE SAME QUESTIONS.
Dont you guys ever read. 90% of the postings on this thread ask exactly the same question. There are dozens and dozens and dozens of posts with replies to the same question. Why do we bother replying to anyting. How about taking this thread to a new level. Lets get to codecs and bit rates within this topic. We could move on to VBR and CBR coding mode instead of the same old questions. reply

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10-17-2006 02:50 AM
Bored

I don’t like Quicktime becuase it allow my to access my WHQ Files directory through my PDA with a Boinderman Codec, thus preventing me from re-encoding my Widows-based Unix anitlever to maximum capacity on my home server. Oh, and I can’t steal screen captures from my online gaming.

Why do people hate PC geeks and loves Macs? Because PC geeks are more interested in pointing out trivialities no one cares about even as they evade the original question. They are the people who spend eight week calculating how many micorgrams of salt go into the perfect hamburger, but at the end of the day produce something no one wants to eat. reply

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10-25-2006 05:23 PM
hambone

Ok, now surely after all this crap some massive computer geek can just post a link on how to change MOV to any stupid thing that windows media player reads. I wouldn’t have thought it’d be that hard to stupid get some sort of free conversion software! reply

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11-09-2006 09:11 AM
raisinbread

oh yeah and none of this MAC nonsense, where’s a converter for windows. reply

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11-09-2006 09:14 AM
raisinbread

qick time smells wma rocks reply

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11-30-2006 01:48 AM
red

Jugglingeek wrote:
I’m wondering about this too. I make juggling videos using iMovie and can only export as .mov

While this is fine for people using a mac. Other people who download the videos can’t watch them on their PC unless they download quicktime and most people can’t be arsed downloading an entire program simply to watch my video. A better solution would be to make them .mpg so that they can be viewed in quicktime OR windows media player (or any other media program you can think of)

You are wrong in that post. I am a Mac user and I have Windows XP and Mac OS X running side by side on the same computer. First people with PCs do not need Quicktime because there are two other options to avoid the need to convert and those are Realplayer and a VLC Media player because either one will play Quicktime format (.mov) without needing to convert them. If anyone wants to convert .mov to .wmv or .mov, there is a free program from erightsoft called SUPER, you can find it at http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html reply

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12-01-2006 11:41 PM
Bryce Campbell

I have recently begun to use WMM. In the beginning it was fine, but after an install of XP Office 2 the video capture always has PICVideo at the top and WWW.JPG.COM at the bottom and it won’t go away. How do you stop that from appearing on the video capture screen and recording on WMM. Yes i’ve tried uninstalling SP2 and restoring to a previous point but nothing seems to work....why would it be happening now reply

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12-11-2006 01:44 PM
sthsthsth

I have recently begun to use WMM. In the beginning it was fine, but after an install of XP Office 2 the video capture always has PICVideo at the top and WWW.JPG.COM at the bottom and it won’t go away. How do you stop that from appearing on the video capture screen and recording on WMM. Yes i’ve tried uninstalling SP2 and restoring to a previous point but nothing seems to work....why would it be happening now reply

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12-11-2006 01:58 PM
sthsthsth

thanks for the suggestions. My Minolta digital camera saves movies as qyicktime. I need to import them into movie maker but it doesnt support that format.
How can I convrt quicktime to movie maker compatible format? While I wait I will try your suggestions.
P.S. “Paolo Legnetti” Ok so I am a “Looser” and dont know how to do it! Tough! we cant all be as wonderful as you!I would rather YOU didnt reply! I would like all the other helpful people reply if tehy can.Thank you in advance to tehm! reply

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12-26-2006 08:40 PM
cathcam

Thanks for your help. I am downloading MOV to MPG AVI WMV Convertor now will keep you posted how it goes reply

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12-26-2006 09:20 PM
cathcam

instead of changing the quicktime file to wma format is there someone here who could just give me a link to a quikcytime movie maker which is free and on the internet!? reply

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12-30-2006 06:29 AM
charliepenzer

GUIDE reply

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01-02-2007 05:14 AM
Sauron

Thanks all you geeks for the help. I was at my wits end trying to read through all the jargon on the web. Then I decided to google it, after hours, I downloaded the AVS video converter. True, in the trial version it puts a reference to their product and says its unregistered, but I guess its worth $30, to finish my presentation., I;m just glad to find something that works with my QT camera files. Thanks again. I should have “Googled” my problem to start with. reply

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01-05-2007 12:32 AM
Suzanne

alguien me puede ayudar y decir que programa me podria bajar en el emule para pasar un video que esta en quick time movie a otro formato para grabarlo y poder verlo despues en el dvd . gracias reply

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01-05-2007 02:37 PM
gardenia

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