How to import video into iMovie


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Movie converter for Mac is the best application that help Mac users convert their videos such as avi, mpg, mp4, wmv, mkv, mov, flv, 3gp etc into iMovie compatible MPEG-4 (MP4, M4V), MPEG-2, DV, HDV, MOV files.

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How to import video into iMovie

  1. 1. dvdripperformac How to import video into iMovie It has been a whole ten years when Apple released its first version of iMovie, this easy-to-use application has greatly affected every corner of people's daily life especially for those who are frequent Mac users ever since its release. Perhaps, there is no other application that can make home movie making so easily than iMovie. This application offers a fast and precise way to edit video clips, the powerful editing functions like adding titles, choosing transitions and applying effect makes it an first-to-consider video editing tools. Problems on editing videos in iMovie Although powerful, there are still hot discussions around it which inconveniences nut Mac users. Common issues as far I know may probably fall into the following categories which I list below, hoping to arouse your attention. Situation 1: Downloaded videos, such as FLV video from YouTube, TV shows, sport programs, movies in AVI, WMV, RM, RMVB formats can't be put into iMovie directly. Situation 2: Self made videos by some camcorders, digital cameras like Panasonic, Sony, Cannon, Hitachi, JVC, Flip video camcorder etc may not be recognized by iMovie. Situation 3: It seems that when several files are imported into iMovie at the same time, it just slow down and quit suddenly. Situation 4: Is there is a way to decrease the file in order for successful importing into iMovie, sometimes, the files are said to be too large. Situation 5: Videos on portable devices like iPod, iPhone, iRiver, Creative Zen, PSP, Gphone, Apple TV, BlackBerry etc may not always be imported into iMovie. Situation 6: Videos can be imported into iMovie, but there is no sound after editing, docs iMovie simply not read audio files or else? Suggested way out: Way 1: Use some free media player such as VLCPlayer or MPlayer, most types of videos on be played on them, but I don't remember they can be served as an editor. Way 2: Some converters got from the websites, sometimes, quite good, but I also noticed complaints about some of them for the distorted videos and unfinished videos. Way 3: Movie converter for Mac, it is a 100% clean and use-to-operate application that can smoothly convert your videos to video formats compatible with iMovie, nothing else will be needed, you will get what you need. Get to know Movie converter for Mac Movie converter for Mac is 2-to-1 application that packs DVD ripper and video converter into a single interface. It is specially designed for Mac users who are troubled by video iMovie editing. With it, all your videos like common videos like AVI, MOV, MPG, DV, MP4, WMV, VOB, MKV, 3GP, FLV etc and also HD videos fastly and efficiently. Besides, it can also extract audio track from video and save as page 1/2
  2. 2. dvdripperformac How to import video into iMovie MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, WMA audio files. Mac movie converter is also a powerful editing tool that allow you to edit your video depending on your own preference. Such as, you can trim the video to a certain length to convert, set the aspect ratio like Original, Full Screen, 16:9 or 4:3 by crop, add special effect to your video by effect or adjust the output parameters to resize your videos by settings. Besides, you can also merge several files into a single one for easy editing in iMovie. page2/2