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Converting quicktime movies to Windows Movie Make. NEED URGENT HELP!! Answered

O'Kok, Recently I had a group project where we had to make a movie. I used a kodak easy share.

Point is, the movies open with quicktime!!!!

I'm looking for a SAFE converter or some other method to import them into Movie Maker.

I know that uninstalling quicktime is a way, but does it affect itunes or anything else?

I need to finish it urgently!!!!!

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Labot2001

10 years ago

Try [www.zamzar.com this]. Hope it helps ;]

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Keith-KidLabot2001

Reply 10 years ago

just out of curiosity, do you happen to by any chance, speak spanish?

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Keith-KidLabot2001

Reply 10 years ago

es mi lenguaje natal. I

'm Puertorican. from Puerto Rico

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Keith-KidKeith-Kid

Reply 10 years ago

do'h, accidentally hit enter, its supposed to be:

es mi lenguaje natal.

I'm Puertorican. (from Puero Rico)

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Labot2001Keith-Kid

Reply 10 years ago

Oh. Cool.

Mi lenguaje natal es ingles. Soy Americano ;]

But 10 years of Spanish does things to you =P

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Keith-KidNachoMahma

Reply 10 years ago

looked it up, seems good. Thank you very much, I think I'll go with this one!

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gimmelotsarobots

10 years ago

I know of a good converter, a wee bit slow on startup. It's called Super. You'll know it's right if the icon is swirly. It will convert ANYTHING TO ANYTHING!

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Keith-Kidgimmelotsarobots

Reply 10 years ago

I heard about super, but Ive heard some things. Enough to keep me away from it. I was gonna try to download a trial version of Camtasia Studio on this computer because I had already downloaded it on my laptop. Then it froze at 97

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gimmelotsarobotsKeith-Kid

Reply 10 years ago

What did you hear about Super? I've only had problems with reeeaaalllyyy big files. Big big. problem. You're talking about the on from eRightsoft right?

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Firebert010Firebert010

Reply 10 years ago

It's also worth mentioning that I also use an EasyShare, and this is the program that works best for me.

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Keith-Kid

10 years ago

due in 3 hours please help!!!!!!!!!!!

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NachoMahmaKeith-Kid

Reply 10 years ago

. If WMM will handle QuickTime, then all you have to do is: 1) Right-click on document and select Open with... from the context-sensitive menu. 2) Click on WMM in the menu that comes up. 3) Check the Always use the selected program... box. 4) Click OK . If WMM can't handle QuickTIme, then try ffmpeg as recommended by LinuxH4x0r.

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Keith-KidNachoMahma

Reply 10 years ago

ive already tried that. Anyway, I already showed it. Unedited. oh well.

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LinuxH4x0r

10 years ago

ffmpeg (google it, don't ask me)

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Keith-Kid

10 years ago

I also heard that the latest Windows Media player (11) can convert them. (I have version 9 I believe)