Kodak memory cards adhere to Secure Digital format to work in a wide range of photo and video cameras. This format uses two form factors: either standard SD size or the smaller microSD size. Camera videos are saved on the card, so you can access them directly through your computer's card reader. Some card readers cannot directly access microSD variants, so you may need an SD card adapter to convert it into standard size.
Remove the Kodak memory card from your camera and insert it into your computer's card reader. If you do not have a card reader on your computer, you can use an external USB card reader to add this capability. These card readers simply plug into a USB port, and the card inserts into the reader. If the card reader does not support microSD cards, insert the card into a SD adapter and insert the adapter into the card reader.
Click the Start button and then click "Computer" to open Windows Explorer. Double-click the Kodak memory card drive letter from the right-hand "Devices With Removable Storage" section. Alternatively, click "Open Folder to View Files" from the AutoPlay window.
Locate the video file you wish to copy to your computer. If you are unsure where the video resides, type "ext:FILETYPE" in the top Search field, but replace "FILETYPE" with the video file extension. Common file extensions are AVI, MPG, MPEG and MP4. This brings up a list of video files that reside on the Kodak memory card and have that extension.
Click a video file from the list and press "Ctrl-C" to copy them to the clipboard. To copy multiple videos, hold the "Ctrl" key and click multiple files to select them before pressing "Ctrl-C."
Navigate into another folder in Windows Explorer and press "Ctrl-V" to paste the video into that folder.
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