iMovie Video to PhotoBucket Converter can best assist you to upload/transfer homemade iMovie video to PhotoBucket by converting the video to the proper format with right file length accepted by PhotoBucket
How to upload/import/convert iMovie video to PhotoBucket
Maybe you share the same nightmare with me, you shot some video clips with your
digital camera, connected the camera to your computer or to TV, watched it once, and
never want to watch it again. I believe most people have the some experience, but
why? Because it's boring to watch unedited movies! We see beautifully edited movies
every day, at movie theatres, on TV and for us young people on the computer and
For Mac users, it is maybe cool to use iMovie to edit and create their home movies
because it's free-charge, user friendly interface and simple to use video editing
functions. With it, you can easily edit the video clips, add titles, and add music.
Effects include basic color correction and video enhancement tools, and video
transitions such as fade-in, fade-out and slides.
When you edit or create a movie, you sometimes need to upload to some video
sharing websites for sharing your hard work with more people. PhotoBucket is among
which the commonly used video sharing, image sharing website. But it is not always
as easy as a piece of cake to upload your iMovie video to PhotoBucket although it is
supposed to accommodate a large variety of video files. Below are some voice from
the ordinary users.
Scene 1: "I have a Mac and I made a movie, if I want to put the movie on
PhotoBucket or YouTube etc. How would I do that?"
Scene 2: "I am trying to upload a video I made on iMovie, and tinypic and
PhotoBucket say they can't pick it up. How can I change the format of video so I can
Scene 3: "I exported my iMovie video which is 2 minutes long as a QuickTime
video so that I can upload it onto PhotoBukcet. When I way trying to upload the
video, a message popped up, saying, "Attention, Invalid File Type" Why won't it
allow me to upload the video?
To import it to PhotoBucket, two requirements needed:
I: Video file format
It is said that the input video file format are ASF, AVI, MOV, MPG, MP4 and WMV
II: Size and limits of videos to upload
Free users can upload up to 1GB of video files (with maximum of 5 min length) to
their account (up to around 10,000 files)
Pro users can upload up to 5GB of video files (with maximum of 10 min length) to
their account (up to around 50,000 files)
Therefore, you need to first make sure the videos are in right format with
PhotoBucket (iMovie is said to export MOV, MP4 file, but the two are container
format that may contain different codecs that are not workable with PhotoBucket) and
to make it a certainty that the video file doesn't exceed the limitation. Don't worry, this
is what iMovie video to PhotoBucket Converter can do.
iMovie Video to PhotoBucket Converter at a glance
iMovie Video to PhotoBucket Converter is probably the first and most practically
and useful application in the world that specially built for Mac users who want to
upload their homemade iMovie video to PhotoBucket by just converting the iMovie
videos to proper file format acceptable with it as so far easy management, editing and
sharing the people all around the world.
iMovie Video to PhotoBucket Converter is also a good helper for you to do some
necessary editing before uploading to PhotoBucket, with it, you can easily trim your
video to a certain length required by PhotoBucket, add special effect to your video,
adjust the output parameters like Resolution, Frame Rate, Bitrate and Encoder etc.
Have a happy journey with iMovie Video to PhotoBucket Converter.
Feeling tried? Don't worry, the guidance for using iMovie Video to PhotoBucket
Converter is really simple, you just need to take a glance of what shown in the picture
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