Re: Craige's progress

I have almost the same camera — the c3020. When searching online for
others' attempts to manipulate the .mov files (nothing found) I did
come across info on one of the newer Camedia models that seems to
come with the QT editing software. Maybe mine does, too, but I didn't
see it on the disk. I'll have to look again, because that seems to be
my only hope.

— In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "contactmica"
<contactmica@y…> wrote:
> im frustrated just reading about it.
> i have an olympus c3030 that i have used to make QT movies for
> web but i work on a mac. must have been simple or i wouldnt
> have been able to figure it out. did the olympus 'camedia'
> program have any support for the mov. files? I'll ask around too.
>
> — In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "garbonzothebean"
> <craige@c…> wrote:
> > My progress (I hope posting here about my slow-going
> attempts to get
> > up and running is the right thing to do):
> >
> > I downloaded the mov-converter from winMPG. It came with
> very little
> > support or guidance and there were numerous things I had to
> choose
> > from that I am not familiar with, such as codec. I tried many
> > different combinations and kept coming up with errors.
> >
> > I then downloaded a similar program from River Past called
> Video
> > Cleaner:
> http://www.riverpast.com/en/prod/videocleaner/index.php
> > It has plenty of support and a good tutorial on exactly how to
> use
> > the program, with screen shots. However, the program kept
> saying that
> > my .mov files were not in a recognizable movie format. Argh!!!
> >
> > I am thoroughly frustrated that my Olympus' video function is so
> > difficult to use on my PC. I think my next step will be to try to
> > find evidence of others with the same camera discussing the
> video
> > function.
> >
> > -Craige