Kodak Playsport Videos on the Ipad?

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  1. wisemonkey1

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    Hi all,

    has anyone found away to get Kodak playsport video files on to the ipad? These are HD videos so they may not be supported.

    I am going on a trip and I want to at least be able to put these video files on the ipad so I clear out my SD card for more video footage. It would be even better if I could somehow view them.

    PS - I do have the camera connection kit.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks,

    Kevin
     
  2. graywolf

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    Drag and drop into iTunes?
     
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    If there is a way I haven't found it yet. I make sure the movie is a file itunes recognizes and it has no problems going into iTunes but when I try to put it on the iPad it says it is not compatible :confused:
     
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    My issue is that I want to take my ipad on my trip instead of my laptop. This is my first test run for using my ipad instead of a netbook or full pc on a trip. All I wanted to do is off load my video clips on to the ipad so I could clear the sd card and shoot more video.

    This is looking to be impossible with the ipad but would be utterly simple with a netbook or PC.

    I love my ipad and i think it would be great to travel with. My only hope is that there is a work around where I could get these files on to my ipad for storage and then download them when I get home.
     
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    What is the filename? It needs to be in mp4 format.

    If it is like dscXXXXX.mp4 where XXXXX is between 00000 to 99999 and stores them in dcim/100msdcf then in theory you should be able to copy them to the ipad, it doesn't have to be 100, higher also works, not sure about lower, as my camera default creates 100msdcf
     
    #5 HedgeHogLuvva, May 31, 2011
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    The file is a .mov - I am not sure about the name yet.
     
  7. graywolf

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    .mov will work with the CCK.
     
  8. wisemonkey1

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    I am not sure what CCK is. Can you explain?

    Thanks!
     
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    Camera Connection Kit! lol

    Sent from Wales, using my iPad & iPF.
     
  10. graywolf

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    :D.
    I didn't know what it was until a couple weeks ago.
     

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