I have a Kodak C653 digital camera which allows me to take short video shots…maybe 20-30 seconds in length. The camera is intended (of course) to be used to take still digital images…but this digital video feature is neat.
I’d like to use this video movie feature to show my two grandson’s their batting stance during their little league baseball games…without having to buy an expensive video camera.
My questions are:
- Can these short videos be shared with my grandson’s via email?
- If so, what do I have to do to them to get them ready for email?
- Can I burn a group of these short videos onto a DVD? If so, how?
I found the following video capturing specs at the Kodak site (which I had not seen before):
Format QUICKTIME MOV with audio recording available
Quality VGA (640 Ã— 480) at 10 fps, QVGA (320 Ã— 240) at 20 fps
Length < 80 min. continuous based on memory capacity
Review options play, rewind, pause, fast forward and rewind, forward and rewind by frame
Editing trim, make picture from video (1, 4, 9, 16-up)
Thank you very much for your assistance.