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How to convert WMV to iMovie and import WMV to iMovie on Mac

Postby ame001 » Tue Jul 02, 2013 2:36 am

Import WMV into iMovie- How to convert WMV to iMovie and import WMV to iMovie on Mac


WMV is a popular video format in Windows, it is a compressed video file format developed by Microsoft. Many videos download from website and export from DVD are compressed in WMV format, that is convenient for Windows customers, but that is not an enjoyable thing for Mac users. Because Apple software and devices don’t support WMV, so we may meet some troubles when we play or edit WMV videos on Mac.

If you got some WMV videos and want to make some editing works with them on your Mac, unfortunately, troubles will come to you. Firstly, your player may not play WMV videos successfully, secondly, you cannot import WMV to iMovie. At that time you have to convert WMV to iMovie supported formats unless you convert your software to Microsoft. At that time our WMV to iMovie Converter for Mac is a good choice for you. As a professional video converting software WMV to iMovie Converter for Mac will never let you down, it can freely convert WMV to any iMovie friendly video format.

Mac WMV to iMovie Converter can convert WMV video at a high speed, and quality loss will never happened. After converting WMV to iMovie supported formats, you can import them to iMovie without troubles like the video files come gray out.

WMV to iMovie Converter for Mac is a powerful video converter on Mac, it is perfectly compatible with Mac OS X Leopard and Lion, and it also optimized presets to fit iPad, iPod, iPhone, etc. On the other hand batch processing is available for WMV to iMovie Converter on Mac. If you want to do some simple video editing jobs like crop, extract, split, merge, etc, Mac WMV to iMovie Converter can do it perfectly either.

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How to import wmv into iMovie for editing on Mac?

Step 1:Import wmv video into WMV to iMovie Converter
Install and run WMV to iMovie Converter Mac, click add button or drag the mpg file to the program directly.
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Step 2:Choose the optimized preset for iMovie like .mov
Select "iMovie" as the output format in the format list. The program has already optimized the video settings for iMovie. The output videos could looks great on iMovie.
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Step 3:Covert wmv to iMovie
Hit the "Convert" button to make the conversion, you can import the output files to iMovie (iMovie 11/iMovie 09/iMovie 08/iMovie HD).

Step 4:Import converted wmv video to iMovie
Launch iMovie, choose Import > movies, Select the converted video files and click "Import", end.

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Re: How to convert WMV to iMovie and import WMV to iMovie on

Postby ame001 » Tue Jul 16, 2013 4:20 am

Panasonic MXF to QuickTime - How to Convert Panasonic HVX200 MXF to MOV


Panasonic HVX200 MXF File to Mov for Mac

The HVX200 gives the new user a challenge to sink or swim, because it thrusts you into deep water. But if you have ever shot with DVX100, you can handle the HVX quite well. This Panasonic HXV200 can fulfill the demands of nearly any professional videographer. As a powerful camcorder HVX200 deeply loved by many people. But there is one thing bothers people, that is Panasonic HVX200 generates MXF files and MXF is not compatible with QuickTime.

The QuickTime is a great video player, and it is free for Mac users. People like it, and it is very convenient for using. However it doesn't support MXF files, that really boring. But is there is any way to solve that problem? Can we make some change so that QuickTime can play Panasonic HVX200 MXF files? The answer is yes, and what we need is just one MXF to MOV converter For Mac. We just need to convert Panasonic MXF files to QuickTime .MOV, then we can play any video we shot with HVX200 on QuickTime. But before that we have to decide what MXF to QuickTime converter we should choose. Because some MXF converter will disappoint you with awful output mess.

As my opinion, the professional Panasonic HVX200 MXF to QuickTime .MOV Converter for Mac is a good choice. This HVX200 MXF to QuickTime Converter is just designed for such occasion, aimed to convert Panasonic HVX200 MXF to QuickTime.MOV so that people can play HVX200 MXF files with QuickTime. And the most important point is that the Panasonic HVX200 MXF to QuickTime .MOV Converter for Mac can preserve the original video quality perfectly. And this HVX200 MXF to QuickTime Converter is very easy to use, it can convert Panasonic MXF to QuickTime .MOV at a amazing fast speed.

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Step by step guide to help you convert Panasonic HVX200 mxf file to QuickTime .mov

Step 1:Add mxf file into Mac Panasonic HVX200 MXF to Mov Converter
Install and run Mac Panasonic HVX200 MXF to Mov Converter, select the mxf files and add them into MXF to Mov Converter for Mac.
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Step 2:Set Output format: .mov
Set output format that you need, here choose QuickTime .mov.

Step 3:Start Conversion
Click the "Convert" button to convert mxf file to QuickTime .mov, just a few minutes, you can finish the conversion.

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Re: How to convert WMV to iMovie and import WMV to iMovie on

Postby ame001 » Thu Aug 15, 2013 10:41 am

Mac MKV to iMovie Converter- How to Convert/Import MKV to iMovie on Mac with Mac MKV to iMovie Converter

If you happened to get some MKV format videos, and want to edit these videos on Mac with iMovie, then you get a trouble that you cannot import MKV to iMovie. That is because iMovie doesn't support MKV format video.

MKV is a very common video format, applied widely in the world. And MKV (Matroska Multimedia Container) is an open standard container format, it can hold a vast number of video, audio and subtitle in one single file. Commonly MKV includes MKV for video, MKA for audio and MKS for subtitle.

Since iMovie doesn't support MKV format video, you must convert MKV to iMovie support format first if you want to import your MKV videos to iMovie for editing on Mac. You may have tried many other MKV to iMovie converters, but the long time converting and quality loss frustrating you all the time. But don't be disappointed, aimed to solve your problem here I want to introduce a powerful and efficient video converter: MKV to iMovie Converter for Mac, it's a professional iMovie converter designed for Mac users. Mac MKV to iMovie Converter can easily convert MKV to iMovie friendly formats on Mac, and the amazing converting speed and pristine out quality will give you a refreshing feeling. Besides, the easy to use Mac MKV to iMovie Converter can also help you do some video edit works, just like: setting control, snap shot, merge, crop, split, etc.

With the help of MKV to iMovie Converter for Mac you can convert MKV to any other popular video formats compatible with iMovie such as MOV, MP4, M4V, etc without any trouble, after that you can import your video to iMovie for editing.


How to import mkv into iMovie for editing on Mac?

Step 1: Import mkv video into Mkv to iMovie Converter
Install and run MKV to iMovie Converter Mac, click add button or drag the mkv file to the program directly.
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Step 2: Choose the optimized preset for iMovie like .mov
Select "iMovie" as the output format in the format list. The program has already optimized the video settings for iMovie. The output videos could looks great on iMovie.
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Step 3: Covert mkv to iMovie
Hit the "Convert" button to make the conversion, you can import the output files to iMovie (iMovie 11/iMovie 09/iMovie 08/iMovie HD).

Step 4: Import converted mkv video to iMovie
Launch iMovie, choose Import > movies, Select the converted video files and click "Import", end.

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